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Siding installation is the process of installing siding on a house. Siding is installed to protect the exterior walls of a house from weather and other factors. Siding is usually made out of wood, vinyl, steel or fiber cement.
The process of installing siding can be done by hand or by using a machine called a nailer. The nailer is used to attach the siding to the house with nails.
Siding is the protective exterior layer of a building. The main idea behind the installation process is to seal the seams and joints between boards with caulking and then seal the top edges with trim. The process is done by using a saw to cut the siding, then a roller to apply the caulking, and finally a brush or broom to smooth out any rough spots.
One common type of siding is rough-sawn cedar shakes and shingles. Cedar shakes are made from thin boards that are roughly sawed to shape. The planks are then edge-banded with a thin layer of plastic, which creates a seamless surface. Cedar shingles have a three-sided shape and come with either tongue or groove projections on the top blade. They can be used as siding, but they also serve well as roofing.
Another type of siding is a vinyl siding, which is made up of multiple layers. The layers consist of two or three sheets of rigid vinyl, usually with a thermal break between the sheets. The vinyl material can be painted to match almost any other exterior color. It can also be stained and coated to provide protection against the elements and fade-resistant colors. A third type of siding is metal. It is often used for weatherproofing purposes and for aesthetics.
Each type of siding has its own advantages and disadvantages that make it better for certain purposes. For example, metal siding can be used as a replacement for wood as it is durable and weatherproof. Vinyl siding can be painted to create a custom look or used to install a more attractive exterior color than the original home might have had during construction.