There are various types of siding available in Barrie.
First, ask yourself: do you want to have the siding flush with the edge of your existing roofline (the profile), or do you want it to extend beyond the edge of your existing roofline? This is a personal preference that you'll need to consider carefully.
If you choose to keep things flush, your siding will match your current shingles, which may be more cost-effective.
If you want your siding to extend beyond the edge of your roof, there are two options. The first is to use rail siding and trim off the edge of the track to match your size and style as closely as possible. This is known as "trimmed" or "compressed" rail siding.
The rail siding is cut to size and fits together in a circular pattern. You'll need to cut the siding to its final length. This will then be fastened by staples, nails, and glue.
The second option is "rolled" or "expanded" siding. Your siding comes pre-cut and the rail siding is expanded to the size you need. This is a more costly option. But it is often preferred by professionals involved in the field.
With these tips, you can select the right siding for your roof in Barrie.
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