Cedar Siding Contractor for Cincinnati, Liberty Township, and West Chester, Ohio
EMA Construction offers cedar siding as an option for new homes or remodels. Cedar siding is loved for many reasons, not least of which is the handsome appearance that comes from popular coloring and varied grain patterns. There are several other great reasons to consider cedar siding, especially its durable and resistant nature, ability to insulate, versatility, and the fact that it is easy to work with.
Cedar is naturally resistant to decay, moisture, UV rays, and insect damage. It also insulates naturally which works against noise and keeps your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Its versatility lies in its natural beauty whether it is stained or painted. Finally, it is easy to work with because it is light-weight and relatively low-cost.
EMA Construction is also an expert in the repair and replacement of cedar siding. If you think your cedar siding is showing signs of wear and tear, read more about it from our professionals.
Browse our gallery of EMA Construction's cedar siding projects below.
Projects in the Cincinnati Area
Location: Indian Hill
Project Notes: We installed new tongue and groove vertical cedar siding and cedar trim around windows and corners
Location: West Chester
Project Notes: We removed and replaced the cedar siding and trim from the two front gables and completed miscellaneous cedar and trim repairs on the rest of the house. The repairs were needed due to wood rot.
Location: West Chester
Project Notes: We removed the old wood siding, cedar trim and gutters. We installed new T1-11 wood siding, all new cedar trim, and new 6 inch gutters and 4inch downspouts.
Location: West Side, Cincinnati, OH
Project Notes: We installed new tongue and groove cedar siding and cedar trim.
Location: West Chester, Ohio
Project Notes: We removed the damaged cedar lap siding on several areas of the house, as well as the gutters and downspouts. We installed new cedar lap siding to all removed areas and new 6 inch white gutters and downspouts.
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Project Notes: We removed rotted/damaged channel rustic cedar siding and installed new channel rustic cedar siding to the removed areas.
Location: Middletown, Ohio
Project Notes: We replaced the rotted T1-11 trim and siding with new cedar on this home in Middletown.
Location: Evandale, Ohio
Project Notes: We removed some rotted cedar boards around the house and cut out cedar along the roof lines. We then installed Boral trim and painted the new material.
Location: Anderson, Ohio
Project Notes: Replaced the damaged sections of the channel with new channel rustic siding. Pressure washed and stained the entire house.
Location: Mt. Airy, Ohio
Location: Liberty Township, Ohio
Location: Fairfield, Ohio
Project Notes: Cedar siding repair with 6" almond gutters and 3" downspouts.
Location: Blue Ash, Ohio
Project Notes: Cedar siding repair, including removal and replacement of entire right side due to dry rot and sun.