Seamless steel siding installation services
At C&T Siding, we do more than just provide great siding products. We also educate our customers and help them choose the right products that will protect their home from the outside elements while providing the highest level of energy efficiency. We offer comprehensive siding sales and installation for homeowners in Eastern Minnesota and Western Wisconsin.
Contact us today at 651.483.6146 and let us help you with your upcoming siding installation project.
Emco Seamless Steel Siding
Emco siding is made from industry-grade steel and contains no seams along the outer wall. Seamless panels offer greater protection from the outside elements while creating a smooth exterior without splices and joints.
There are several benefits to choosing Emco seamless steel siding:
- They require little to no maintenance
- 16 Different types of siding to choose from
- Dark and light colors available to suit your preferences
- Saves money on maintenance and energy costs
- Easy to Clean – simply use soap and water
- Quick and easy to install – save money on labor costs
Emco Siding Product Features
Once you install Emco Siding on your home, you’ll love how it looks, as well as how it holds up in the Upper Midwest climate over the years. Emco products provide superior performance due to the innovative features:
- Engineered in the USA
- 28-gauge single sourced steel
- Fade-resistant Kynar 500®, Hylar 5000® paint finish
- Scratch-resistant Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) coating that is easy to clean
- High-performance coil in the brake and roll-forming process
- Rich, true color for long-lasting beauty
- Color-coordinated accessories that perfectly match the siding
- Highly functional wall-covering system suited for harsh climates
Why Choose Steel Siding Material
When compared to other types of siding material, steel siding provides unmatched performance over an extended period. The proprietary finish will not chip, crack, or peel. Steel siding also provides an impressive level of moisture protection. You’ll never have to worry about the steel swelling, deteriorating, or attracting mold.
Steel siding is also recommended by experts for its non-combustible properties. It is a flame retardant. Thus is offers improved fire safety. Steel siding also emulates the look and feel of other materials such as natural wood. It overcomes the stigma that you may generally associate with steel surfaces. Emco manufacturers steel siding that comes in an array of colors, finishes, textures, and designs. You have more options to select from.
Save Time And Money On Maintenance Costs
When you install Emco steel siding on your home, you’ll save time and money on needless maintenance such as priming, caulking, painting, staining, sealing, or patching. The steel surface retains its natural finish without fading.
You’ll also save money in replacement costs or repairs that often plague other types of siding materials. Therefore, Emco siding is a true investment that adds value to your home.
Take Advantage Of The Manufacturer Warranty
Emco siding is backed by a limited lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects such as fading and chalking. We offer the most comprehensive warranty in the industry. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that your investment is protected by the most recognized siding manufacturer in the business. C&T Siding guarantees all of our fine siding products.
Complete Siding Installation In Minnesota & Wisconsin
If you are ready to move forward with your siding installation project, then contact C&T Siding today. We can help you choose the right products, provide expert consultation to help ensure your project is a success, and install your siding according to your exact specifications.
To find out more about C&T Siding products and services in Eastern Minnesota or Western Wisconsin, or to schedule a free estimate, call us today at 651.483.6146. You can also send a message on our contact page.
Will steel siding rust?
No, it’s G90 or better grade steel.
Do you have to take off my old siding to put on new siding?
It is recommended to remove old siding; but not always.