Select Shaped Shake & Stone Siding for a Custom Exterior
If you’ve decided to select shaped shake and stone siding for your home, you’ve made a wise investment. Not only does this type of siding allow you more custom design possibilities, but it will also help you add value and curb appeal to your property. With many colors, textures, and shapes to choose from, the unique combination of shake and stone siding helps add depth and emotion to your home’s exterior. Weather Vane Roofing specializes in shaped shake and stone siding in the Lansing, Howell, Brighton, Owosso and Grand Haven area, and we would be more than happy to help you compare and contrast the many benefits this type of siding has to offer.
Call Us to Discuss Your Siding and Gutter Options in Michigan
Do you have questions about shaped shake and stone siding in the Lansing, Howell, Brighton, Owosso and Grand Haven area? Contact Weather Vane Roofing today to request more information or a free estimate for materials and labor. If it’s time to update your home’s exterior, our experts would welcome the opportunity to work with you. We would be more than happy to discuss all of your siding and gutter options with you in greater detail to help you select the right products for your needs.
K-Style Seamless Aluminum Gutters Offer Extra Protection
In addition to siding, Weather Vane Roofing also provides gutter installation and repair services to help you further upgrade and protect your home’s exterior. Gutters are essential to help you protect your home’s new siding because they help redirect moisture away from your home. Our K-style seamless aluminum gutters feature factory-finished materials inside and out for durability you can rely on.
One of today’s most popular types of gutters, K-style seamless aluminum gutters curve on their tops and bottoms to resemble a letter “K” shape when viewed from their side. They look like decorative crown moldings and come in a wide range of sizes and materials to complement any application. Because they aren’t perfectly rounded like traditional gutters, they tend to hold more water on average and offer a seamless finish, making them far less likely to leak.