Vinyl Siding Installation
For generations, low-maintenance vinyl siding from Mastic has been the number-one choice among builders, re-modelers and homeowners.
Mastic products feature the beauty of freshly painted or stained wood. Whether you choose lap siding or vertical siding, you get a beautiful exterior product that’s built to last. Every home siding style is beautiful, durable and easy to maintain — which means you’ll spend more time enjoying your home, and less time working on it. To ensure the highest quality installation, Rain Gutter Specialties allows you to choose the siding that fits your personal style, or create your own design exterior.
Structure Home Insulation System
Structure Home Insulation System is made with a premium, recycled-content vinyl siding panel permanently bonded to expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam to provide superior looks and performance over traditional vinyl siding. It delivers natural beauty, significant insulation properties and increased impact resistance in a wide-style clapboard look.
Shakes and Shingles
Shakes and shingles trace their history throughout American home styles. The rough split look of Mastic’s Cedar Discovery Hand Split Shakes or the more uniform look of Perfection 5″ or 7″ shingle all offer an authentic appearance, but they eliminate the significant weakness of real wood products – wood rot. With Cedar Discovery, you can enjoy the true American look of wood, but without the lifetime of maintenance or repair needed with real wood products.
Traditional Lap Siding
The simple lines and ease of installation have made lap siding the most popular cladding for homes. The vinyl siding styles today include many different textures, shadow lines and colors to meet individual preferences. Mastic offers 13 different traditional lap siding product lines, standard lap panels from 3″ to 7″, Dutch Lap profiles, and smooth or multiple wood grain finish options.
Vertical siding comes in different profiles and dimensions to accommodate a wide variety of design styles. Vertical siding has become very popular as an accent element or design feature. Because the pattern of vertical lines can have a very powerful effect, it is an excellent choice for entryways, low porch walls, gables and dormers.