Homeowner Associations (HOAs) Approve Alside’s Ascend for Siding Replacement
Many HOA’s in Columbus, Ohio have approved the use of Ascend siding since it meets homeowner association guidelines for appearance and quality. Homeowners who are considering Ascend siding to replace their vinyl siding should check with their HOA to make sure that it is allowed and meets the association’s requirements.
Why Choose Ascend Composite Siding?
Ascend from Alside Siding is a type of composite siding that is known for its durability, low maintenance requirements, and aesthetic appeal. It comes in multiple colors. Many homeowners choose this over fiber cement siding. Unlike, cement fiberboard, which requires caulking and painting every 7-10 years, Ascend siding is lapped, the color goes all the way through, and has insulation on the back. Ascend Siding is an excellent alternative to traditional wood or cement fiber board siding because it is resistant to water, insects, and fire. Unlike cement fiberboard, it does not require special installation procedures. Installers and homeowners do not have to concern themselves with the need for respirators or special equipment because silica dust is not generated during installation.
Why Choose Us?
It is important for homeowners to work with a qualified contractor who has experience installing Ascend siding to ensure that it is installed correctly and to the manufacturer’s specifications. Proper installation is key to ensuring the long-term durability and performance of any siding material. Columbus Windows & Siding Co. has installed Ascend composite cladding on hundreds of homes in Columbus, Ohio, and surrounding areas. Schedule an appointment for a free estimate today.