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      Why Choose Us?

      Our successful 23 years of experience in the Roofing & Siding industry, partnerships with leading manufacturers, and great relations with insurance companies makes us a highly regarded general contractor in the region. We pride ourselves on always taking the time to work closely with our clients to ensure their ideal renovation or remodeling projects are brought to fruition based on their visions. The areas of proficiency that we service include:

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      Siding Replacement

      Not sure what to ask when considering a change to your siding? We can help. First, do a self-inspection. If you discover any of the following issues, you should consider either a repair or replacement.

      • Rotting, warping, holes or bubbling,
      • Loose or cracked siding,
      • Presence of fungus, mold, or mildew,
      • Loose wallpaper or peeling paint inside your home,
      • Sever fading,
      • Increase in energy bill,
      • Want an updated look.

      Siding, Soffit, And/or Trim Repair

      Was your grill too close to your house during your last cookout? Did a recent storm cause damage? A woodpecker family moved in? Maybe your son or daughter used your house for lacrosse practice? We’ve seen it all.

      We offer:

      • Soffit and trim repair and/or replacement,
      • Vinyl siding repair and/or replacement,
      • Cedar siding repair and/or replacement,
      • Fiber cement replacement – we do not offer repair only,
      • We do not offer aluminum siding repair or replacement,
      • We will replace existing aluminum siding with vinyl, cedar, or fiber cement.

      Greater Houston Siding


      American Roof & Siding of Houston specializes in making homes beautiful again. We are the foremost professionals and a premier name in complete exterior renovations and remodeling of residential homes for the greater Houston area. Whether you’re in need of a planned or unplanned repair or overhaul to your residence, we provide unmatched customer service and knowledgeable consultations to address your unique situation. We will offer our suggestions of expertise on the best approach to take and help you choose the right products for the job while always ensuring your budget needs are met.



      At American Roof & Siding We Transform Houses into Dream Homes with Top-Quality Siding Solutions.


      1. Unmatched Expertise: Our experienced professionals Contractors bring years of expertise to every project.
      2. Premium Materials: We use the finest, durable siding materials to enhance your home’s beauty and longevity.
      3. Customized Solutions: Tailored siding options that match your style and preferences perfectly.
      4. Energy Efficiency: Our siding not only enhances aesthetics but also improves insulation, lowering energy costs.
      5. Exceptional Service: A customer-focused approach, transparent pricing, and clear communication.
      6. Worry-Free Warranty: We stand by our work with strong warranties for your peace of mind.
      7. Local Trust: As a part of your community, we understand your unique needs.

      Join countless homeowners who have made their dream homes a reality with [Your Company Name]. Contact us today to discuss your siding project and let us transform your house into the home you’ve always wanted.”

      Siding your home is a big decision. Like most homeowners, you want something that is both functional and beautiful. Check out the tips below on things to keep in mind when selecting new siding for your home.

      Things to Consider When Selecting Your Siding

      When selecting your new house siding, there are five main factors to consider. The look, function and longevity, purpose, cost, and installation process of the siding should be at the top of the list during your selection process.


      You will be looking at the siding you choose for your home for a long time, so you want to select a look that you love. And there are plenty of options to choose from, depending on the material you choose — vinyl, fiber, wood, metal, aluminum, brick, stucco or stone. Your hardest decision will probably be deciding which siding is the most aesthetically pleasing to you.

      For inspiration, try taking a stroll through your neighborhood and observing which material your neighbors use. Do you like the textures? The patterns? The design? Ask yourself these questions and take note of your thoughts. This can give you a good sense of what the siding actually looks like on the house and what you prefer.

      Function and Longevity

      Another critical factor to consider when choosing new siding is its function and longevity. Different siding materials vary in their overall durability. Weighing out the pros and cons of various siding material durability is an essential element to consider when selecting which types of siding you use.


      You will also want to take into consideration the purpose of your siding. Consider the location and climate that your new siding will be exposed to. For the longevity of your siding, these elements will all influence the type of siding you choose for your home.


      The cost of the various siding material types will also play a significant role in which siding you ultimately choose for your home. Vinyl siding is almost always the least expensive way to side your home. You can even find vinyl siding for as cheap as $2 per square foot. Of course, you’re going to be looking at your home’s siding for many years to come, so it’s important to balance the cost with what material you like looking at. It’s also important to remember that choosing a slightly more expensive, but lower maintenance siding may end up saving you money in the long run.


      The final factor to consider when choosing your new siding is the installation process. Various materials have different installation processes and difficulties. Some siding types will also require more maintenance throughout their lifetimes compared to other material types.

      The Breakdown on Different Siding Options

      Let’s break down the many different siding options available to choose from by considering the metrics mentioned above.


      Vinyl Siding

      • Smart Integration: Highlight the compatibility of vinyl siding with smart home features. Certain siding options might facilitate the installation of home automation devices or energy-efficient technologies, enhancing the overall modernity of the property.
      • Health and Safety Benefits: Discuss any certifications or features that promote a healthier living environment. For instance, some vinyl sidings are designed to resist mold or pests, contributing to better indoor air quality and reducing allergens.
      • Community and Industry Recognition: Showcase awards, accolades, or certifications received by specific brands or types of vinyl siding. Recognition from industry experts or positive feedback from satisfied homeowners can build trust and credibility.
      • Low Environmental Impact Throughout Lifecycle: Dive deeper into the sustainability aspects by highlighting how the manufacturing process, transportation, installation, and eventual disposal or recycling of vinyl siding minimize environmental impact.
      • Adaptability to Architectural Styles: Emphasize how vinyl siding can adapt to various architectural styles, from traditional to modern, showcasing its versatility in complementing different home designs while maintaining its durability and aesthetic appeal.
      • Testimonials and Case Studies: Incorporate real-life stories or case studies from homeowners who have experienced the benefits of vinyl siding. Personal anecdotes and before-and-after transformations can resonate deeply with potential buyers.
      • Future-Proofing with Warranty: Discuss the long-term warranty benefits of certain vinyl siding options, highlighting how they provide peace of mind and demonstrate the manufacturer’s confidence in their product’s durability and performance over time.
      • Interactive Experiences: Some companies offer virtual tours or interactive experiences at showrooms or online platforms. Discussing these immersive experiences can help homeowners visualize and understand the full potential of vinyl siding for their homes.

      Fiber Cement Siding

      • Look

      Fiber cement siding (also known as cement board siding or James Hardie siding) is another durable siding option that is available in a variety of styles, colors and designs. This type of siding material is made by dissolving wood pulp in water and then mixing the pulp with cement, clay and silica. Cement board siding is on the economical side of the more premium types of siding.

      • Function and Longevity

      Fiber cement siding is both a functional and affordable siding option. It has excellent durability as termites don’t attack this type of material due to the presence of cement. It is a good option for those seeking longevity from their home siding, lasting 50-100 years on average.

      • Purpose

      This siding material can sustain high winds and extreme temperatures easily. It’s also one of the more affordable premium siding options.

      • Cost and Installation

      While the materials for fiber cement siding are relatively cheap, it does require expert installation, which is labor-intensive and adds to the overall cost. In general, you can expect to pay $8 to $25 per square foot, installed.

      Wood Siding

      • Look

      Wood siding is a premium siding material that comes in many species and grades. Some of the most popular wood siding options are board and batten, clapboard, plywood, hardboard and shingles. Within the wood siding category, we also include manufactured or engineered wood

      .wood siding options

      • Function and Longevity

      Wood siding will require more maintenance compared to other siding options. This is because the material is generally not as durable as other siding options.

      • Purpose

      Wood siding holds up well in a variety of climate and weather conditions if sealed properly. Sealing your wood siding does add to the maintenance cost, but it is necessary to prevent moisture damage.

      • Cost and Installation

      Because of its rarity and ongoing maintenance costs, wood siding is relatively expensive. For the typical clapboard wood siding, you can expect to pay $10 to $25 per square foot, installed. Keep in mind, both wood type and grade will significantly affect the price of wood siding. Better grades of wood will add to the price of the siding.

      Metal Siding

      • Look

      Metal siding has become an increasingly popular siding choice as it has both a long-term life expectancy and creates a clean, modern look. If you’re looking for an eco-friendly option, this is the siding you want, as it’s long-lasting and recyclable. Metal is also malleable and very versatile. The most popular types of metal siding are steel, copper, zinc, and aluminum (which has its own section in this article).

      • Function and Longevity

      Metal siding is extremely durable and is a popular choice for homeowners if pests or termites are prevalent in your area. It’s also fire- and water-resistant (though some metals, like steel, need to be coated or galvanized). Metal siding also typically requires less maintenance than other siding options.

      • Purpose

      Metal siding holds up well in a variety of weather conditions. Maintenance depends on which type of metal you choose. Aluminum, while less dense, is also rust-resistant. For steel siding, it needs to be galvanized and coated to prevent rust.

      • Cost and Installation

      Metal siding is also time-consuming to install, which adds to the overall cost. The typical metal siding will cost around $12 to $30 per square foot, installed. However, if you can afford the up-front cost, a well-done metal siding will last a long time and add to the curb appeal of your home.

      Aluminum Siding

      • Look

      Aluminum siding used to be the most popular siding material, but it has since fallen out of favor due to the difficulty involved in repairing and keeping it clean. It is, however, available in nearly every color you can imagine.

      • Function and Longevity

      Aluminum is a durable material that provides a relatively long lifespan. However, aluminum is prone to denting. It’s also difficult to repair and replace when damaged, and can also be quite noisy during storms.

      • Purpose

      Aluminum siding does well in a variety of climates and weather conditions as the material doesn’t swell, rot, rust or promote mildew growth. However, when exposed to extreme elements, the material can retain a dull look.

      • Cost and Installation

      As far as cost goes, aluminum siding is relatively cheap. In fact, it’s one of the most affordable siding materials, beat only by vinyl. The material is lightweight, and this type of siding is easy to install and recyclable. You can expect to pay around $6 to $12 per square foot, installed. However, if you wanted a more premium aluminum sidings there are materials like “longboard” that start at around $18/sq. ft.

      Brick Siding

      • Look

      Brick siding is quite limited when it comes to appearance. There are generally only a few variations of the same red color, ranging from a dark red to a lighter cream color. In addition to color, you must also decide whether you want a thin or full brick veneer.

      • Function and Longevity

      The material is excellent for those who don’t want to spend a lot of money on upkeep, as brick siding is virtually maintenance-free. It won’t rot, fade, peel or dent, and is an excellent barrier against extreme weather conditions. That’s good, because if you do end up requiring repairs on your brick, it won’t be cheap.

      • Purpose

      This type of siding holds up well in a variety of climates. Brick siding also has the potential to save you money on your electric bill as the brick acts as a natural insulator.

      • Cost and Installation

      The cost of brick siding and installation is a bit pricier compared to other siding alternatives. This is because of the cost involved in creating the bricks, as well as the labor cost of a skilled mason required to install them. Brick siding generally costs $20 to $40 per square foot, installed.

      Stucco Siding

      • Look

      The common types of stucco siding are natural, synthetic and hybrid. You can also achieve a variety of colors and textures with your stucco.

      • Function and Longevity

      Stucco siding is durable and low maintenance, but it provides very little insulation. You can get around this by applying the standard three coats.

      • Purpose

      This type of siding requires very little maintenance and can stand up to fluctuating weather conditions. It’s also fire-resistant and insect-resistant.

      • Cost and Installation

      Installation of stucco siding is not a DIY project. You will need to hire a stucco professional should you choose this type of siding. You can expect to pay between $15 to $26 per square foot, installed.

      Stone Siding

      • Look

      While stone siding is one of the most expensive siding options, it’s also one of the longest-lasting. For those looking for that classic, built-to-last look, stone siding is a great option. Like wood, it’s available in both real stone and man-made varieties (commonly referred to as cultured stone). While faux stone is lighter and generally less expensive, it also has a slightly shorter lifespan than natural stone. Color options for natural stone are restricted to what that occurs in nature. For faux stones, a variety of colors can be achieved using different pigments.

      • Function and Longevity

      Stone siding has the longest lifespan of all siding materials (though metal and brick is comparable). It is both fire- and insect-resistant and, unlike metal, has no noise issues. It’s also very low maintenance.

      • Purpose

      Stone siding is extremely durable and stands up well to weather extremes. It has the best lifetime of all siding options and is an excellent option for those seeking a classic look for their home exterior.

      • Cost and Installation

      Natural, cultured and solid stone can all be quite pricey. However, your time and money will provide you with an elegant home exterior that will last a long time. To save some money, you can always opt for the poly-based stone veneer option. Natural stone siding generally falls between $35 to $50 per square foot, installed. Labor costs are also typically higher for stone, as it is a relatively more intensive installation process.

      We Can Help You Get It Right

      We are siding and home exterior experts here at Synapse Construction. So whatever questions you have, we can help. Contact us, and we can help you choose the right siding material for your project and ensure it gets done right the first time.

      We look forward to working with you on your next exterior construction project!


      9519 Eblen Drive.
      Houston, TX 77040
      (832) 329-0469


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