Award-Winning Siding Contractors
Why do thousands of your Bay Area neighbors choose American Home Renewal for siding replacement?
Many customers have told us they chose American Home Renewal because of our promise to you that no money will change hands until you are completely satisfied with your new siding. This is our Satisfaction First guarantee and it applies to all our services not only siding installation.
Our “Satisfaction First Guarantee,” is a big reason we were named an Angi List Super Service Award Winner for siding contractors over a dozen times!
Interested in fiber cement siding, wood siding, vinyl siding, or James Hardie siding? No matter what style siding you want, our expert installation teams will be there to make sure your siding project is done to your satisfaction.
Renewal again earns James Hardie’s Elite Preferred rating, given only to the top 1% of the top 1% of all siding contractors!
A+ Rating Better Business Bureau
After 22 years in business Better Business Bureau has received no complaints against our business, and continues to rate us A+. Choose Renewal, we’ll take care of you!
Find out why thousands of Bay Area residents have chosen American Home Renewal as their siding replacement contractor.
Different Types Of Siding
HardiePlank® Lap Siding is the most popular brand of siding in America and can be found on over 4 million homes. With its strength, beauty and durability, HardiePlank® siding enhances and protects homes in all kinds of climates.
Fiber Cement Siding
Fiber Cement siding is a great choice for those who want the appearance of wood siding without the associated maintenance issues. Available in a variety of textures, Fiber Cement siding is more durable than wood. It’s also termite-resistant, water-resistant, and non-combustible and warranted to last 30 years.
Wood siding is an aesthetically pleasing choice for your home. Wood is a traditional siding material, either in shakes (shingles) or clapboard form. While it is a less common choice in recent years, wood siding has been used on houses for hundreds of years. Wood siding used to be made of raw hardwood such as yellow poplar, red oak, hickory, beech, sycamore and soft maple, but are now more often made from common softwoods like cedar and redwood.
Vinyl siding is popular because of its durability, versatility and ease of maintenance; vinyl siding is impact resistant, rigid, strong and virtually maintenance free.