Glendale Sears Siding
Servicing neighborhoods in Glendale AZ
Sears Home Services in Glendale, AZ has local home improvement experts for window replacement, HVAC, siding, roofing, and more!
We offer the high-performance ASCEND Composite Cladding by Alside in Glendale! Whether you're having siding installed for the first time or are replacing existing siding, the siding specialists at Sears Home Services in Glendale suggest you consider ASCEND® Composite Cladding System by Alside-an alternative to vinyl siding.
Here are the highlights of composite cladding:
- 7-inch-tall planks look like real wood without the maintenance wood requires
- Available in 20 fade-resistant colors to bring out the beauty of any home
- Engineered to last with superior durability & insulation
- Comes with a LIFETIME non-prorated warranty
ASCEND Composite Cladding takes siding to new heights.
An innovative product that offers you the high-end look of real wood without the maintenance-and NEVER NEEDS REPAINTING. Alside uses patented technology to combine glass fibers, polymers, graphite and polystyrene to manufacture their composite cladding. Choose composite cladding and you will get 20 fade-resistant colors to select from. You're sure to find a color to match the style of your home and provide maximum curb appeal.
Need more convincing that composite cladding is a great option for your home?
Alside provides a LIFETIME non-prorated warranty on its ASCEND Composite Cladding. Why is that important? Most leading manufacturers of fiber cement siding and engineered hardwood only offer prorated warranties so you only would get a portion of any replacement cost.
If you are interested in siding, we'll show you our siding options-and we'll explain your trim options during our FREE in-home consultation. Finally, we'll give you an estimate based on your choices. In addition to composite cladding, we also offer great vinyl siding options!
Whether you choose composite cladding or vinyl siding, we're committed to your satisfaction. Home Advisor awarded us Best of Home Advisor, honoring Sears Home Services for extraordinary quality of work practices, customer service, ratings and reviews, and overall value.
Are you ready to discuss siding or perhaps you are interested in heating and cooling systems, windows, roofing, or other home improvements? If yes, the knowledgeable specialists from Sears Home Services in Glendale will come to your home for a free in-home consultation to discuss your home improvement project.
Check out all the home improvements that Sears Home Services can help you with:
- Window replacement
- Heating & cooling system repair or replacement
- Composite cladding and vinyl siding installation
- Bathroom remodeling
- Roof replacement and roofing installation
- Kitchen remodeling
- Countertop installation
- Cabinet replacement and refacing
- Flooring installation
- Garage door and entry door installation
Get started now! Simply call or click the "Get A Free Estimate" button to schedule your free in-home consultation and let the Sears experts help you complete your siding installation or replacement-and other home improvement projects.
Please note that not all products and services are available in all areas.
HOW IT WORKS
5-10 MINUTE CALL
Share your goals and budget — and learn about financing.
Get a free same-day or next-day visit and receive estimate.
Our licensed pros tailor the job to fit your budget and timeline.
Save $500 on HVAC systems of $2,000 or more
Why Sears Home Services?
We have over 8 million project appointments to date.
MULTIPLE FINANCING OPTIONS
We've facilitated $6.2B in financing for home improvement projects.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT INCLUDED
We'll take care of managing the entire project, from beginning to end.
INDUSTRY LEADING GUARANTEE
Our warranty offers one year of labor and product warranty of at least one year up to a lifetime.
TIPS FROM SEARS HOME IMPROVEMENTS EXPERTS
Are you getting a siding installation and want to know what to expect and what your exterior siding options are? Watch our video for the top siding installation and replacement questions to prepare you for working with a siding contractor.
With so many different options for siding, it can be hard to choose which is right for your home. Take a deeper look at each to help decide before you buy.
If homeowners could have three wishes for their homes’ exteriors, they would likely be these:
- It’s beautiful.
- It’s budget-friendly.
- It requires little maintenance.
Is there anything that wins this siding trifecta?
There are at least a dozen types of siding you can put on your home — everything from wood and engineered wood to vinyl, composites, aluminum, fiberglass, brick, stone and stucco, says Dave Lincon, a home improvement expert for Sears Home Services.
Here are the pros and cons of the most popular materials.
Siding protects your home from harsh elements, keeping your family comfortable and safe throughout the years. To maintain the integrity of your home, it’s essential to replace damaged siding before harm spreads and causes more expensive structural problems.
When your home’s exterior needs a facelift, vinyl siding is an easy, affordable and long-lasting solution. New siding gives your home a fresh, clean look and cuts down on maintenance.
The cliché about never getting a second chance to make a first impression is true for your home. The condition of the exterior siding is one of the first things people notice—home buyers in particular are all about curb appeal.
If your home’s siding makes a bad impression, vinyl siding is a quick, durable solution that pays off. “You’ll probably recoup 60% to 70% of the cost,” says Dave Lincon, a home improvement expert for Sears Home Services.
Basic siding maintenance and care can help keep your home in great shape for years to come.
Today’s vinyl siding is generally long lasting, durable and easy to care for. But while siding is a low-maintenance, low-cost option for your home, it still requires a small amount of routine care and cleaning. Here’s how to keep your siding looking its best.
Vinyl siding is a popular choice among homeowners thanks to its affordability and reputation for low maintenance.
Homebuilders and remodelers trust vinyl siding in chilly climates, in particular, because they know vinyl endures the impacts of harsh winter weather. If you need help choosing the right siding material for your cold-climate home, consider the following benefits of vinyl.
Siding can be an eye-catching element of your home.
When considering the best siding material for your home, it’s vital to take into account the cost, the strength of the material and the R-value (the energy-efficiency rating of building materials). The higher the R-value, the more efficient the material is, and the more you save on energy bills.
There are a few different options for siding materials, each with different benefits and drawbacks. It’s important to find a material that fits your budget, while being efficient and visually appealing.
Adding beautiful and effective siding to your home can increase your home’s value and security. With a variety of siding available, choosing the right siding for your space can be tricky. There are different styles to choose from and different materials that can impact the siding’s durability. You’ll also need to consider your budget, the colors available, and the required maintenance of each siding choice.
Whether you’re renovating your home or choosing a siding to match your home’s aesthetic, this guide will walk you through the process of choosing the right siding for your home.
When it comes to your home’s exterior, vinyl siding is one of the most popular choices due to its low cost and a wide selection of colors, textures, and designs. If you are considering vinyl siding for your home but wonder what to expect in terms of average cost, you’ve come to the right place.
In this article, we discuss the different home exterior options, the types of vinyl siding available, how to choose the right vinyl siding for your home, and the average cost to expect for materials and installation.
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