Stone siding is nearly impervious to damage. It is wind-resistant, resists water, and fire won’t affect it like other siding options. But that does not mean it is completely maintenance-free. You’ll want to check around your home for any damages or anything out of place. Otherwise, a good hose down every once and a while will keep it looking great! Our NE weather patterns are chaotic, and stone materials aren’t affected by the sharp winter temperatures or the scorching summer months.
Against vinyl, the initial start-up cost of stone is a little bit more on the pricier side, but many home seekers are looking for their homes to be built with these options. You’ll see a positive return on investment. Vinyl, wood, and metal siding have higher maintenance costs and are more likely to be replaced before your stone siding is, which is why we see our clients choose these options. It’s worry-free. However, if you find yourself in need of stone siding repair, we work with the ones you will want to call first.