We specialize in siding projects in and around the Comox Valley, and mid- and North Vancouver Island.
Vinyl siding first made its debut in North American homes in the late 1950s and was met with criticism due to its lack of quality and visual appeal.
Imagine a type of house siding that hits all of the right notes. With deep embossing, it looks just like real wood siding. It is solid and substantial.
Steel siding is an increasingly popular option for residential and commercial buildings due to the variety of ways it can be used, the ease of installation, and the longevity of the exterior metal wall panels. The variety of steel siding panel profiles available has helped drive this trend. Matched with metal’s longevity and minimal maintenance, these exterior metal wall panels have become increasingly popular. When used as siding, metal panels can achieve modern, traditional, and industrial style designs.
Soffits. Often overlooked when considering the siding of a Vancouver Island home, this finishing feature is an essential part of the puzzle. Not only does it prevent pests from entering vulnerable parts of your home, but it creates a look of elegance and completion when done properly. As Comox Valley-based siding contractors we ensure all soffit work we do meets the highest standards of practicality and aesthetics.
This recent project we completed in the Comox Valley features Country Lane Red Hardie Plank with cedar casing. Here on the coastline of Vancouver Island it is a preferred look, and one that we as professional siding contractors love to install.
More and more customers on Vancouver Island are turning to Hardie Plank for their siding needs. Blue seems to be one of the preferred colours. It comes in a variety of tones and hues. The specific blue for this project was called Evening Blue.