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Choosing new siding is an exciting process, because it can dramatically change the appearance of your home. But it can also be overwhelming due to the broad array of products, colors, and styles. Before you select new siding, we at Midwest Exteriors MN recommend driving through your neighborhood and making note of the attributes of houses that you like. When you meet with our experienced staff, share your ideas with our experts. We will be happy to assist with identifying the siding that best fits your needs, style, and budget.


  • Boost Your Home's Curb Appeal. Your siding is the first thing people notice when driving by or visiting your home. Beautiful siding can add curb appeal and increase the value of your home, while faded or damaged siding can make your home less attractive, and may even be a deal-breaker for potential buyers.
Siding on a new house
  • Embrace Energy Efficiency. Much like your roof, your siding provides protection from the elements. With proper siding, you'll keep the cool air in during Minnesota's hot summers, and prevent warm air from escaping throughout our frigid winters.
  • Repaired Structural Damage. Damaged or aging siding has a tendency to let in moisture, which can cause structural damage to your home. Sometimes the damage is obvious, like the presence of water along a window sill. Other times the damage is hidden beneath the siding. While we're replacing your siding, often we can repair structural damage from the outside without disturbing the interior of your home, ensuring you won't encounter more costly repairs later.


It's a good idea to inspect your siding every year to evaluate its condition. Keep an eye out for these signs:

  • Fading | Fading is an obvious sign of aging, and aging siding often does not function properly. Today's high-performance siding products from top manufacturues like LP SmartSide and Alside hold color better than ever. If your siding is starkly faded, it's time to take a closer look at any problem areas in your siding that could lead to more serious issues.
  • Warping | Commonly associated with improper installation, warped siding is an indication that your siding is not doing its job properly. Warped siding can allow moisture in and compromise not only the protective features of your siding, but also its appearance.
  • Rising Energy Bills | Quality exterior siding is crucial when it comes to your home's insulation and energy costs. If you've noticed a spike in your heating and cooling bills, your siding could be to blame.
  • Mold | Finding mold anywhere in your home is a problem you want to deal with immediately. Mold that appears on your exterior siding or on the interior of your walls could be a sign that your siding is letting in moisture.
  • Hail Damage | Hail can do a number to your siding, causing numerous holes and dents that leave your home vulnerable to the elements. With any kind of storm damage, contact the professionals at Midwest Exteriors MN to get an estimate of the damage before making an insurance claim. We'll be happy to meet with your claims adjuster to ensure they identify the full extent of damage.

Ready for a change? Midwest Exteriors MN is here to bring your vision to life with top-notch siding solutions from two of the leading manufacturers -- LP SmartSide and Alside. It is time to make your home standout! Reach out today for a free, no-obligation quote!

Siding Questions:

Q. How can I tell if my siding needs to be replaced?

A. There are many signs that indicate your siding needs to be replaced, including:

Before and after of a resided house
  • Wavy siding or swelling
  • Paint or caulk failure
  • Mold or dry rot
  • Separation of seams
  • Moisture inside of your home

If you ignore these signs, you run the risk of water intrusion, mold, wet insulation, and damage to the physical structure of your home.

Q. Does vinyl siding fade?

A.Yes it does. Darker siding will fade faster than lighter colors. Our experienced team can provide guidance for how various colors and products hold up to sun, wind, rain, and hail.

Q. What is the most durable type of siding?

A. Durable siding options include materials like fiber cement and engineered wood, known for their longevity and resistance to environmental factors. Midwest Exteriors MN proudly partners with LP SmartSide and Alside to provide the best siding products to every customer.

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