Spray Foam Insulation in Connecticut, Westchester County, NY and Rhode Island

Spray Foam Insulation in Connecticut, Westchester County, NY and Rhode Island

Siding Installation in Connecticut & Westchester County, NY

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Superior Spray Foam Insulation is a licensed and certified siding contractor servicing Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Northern New Jersey, New York City, Long Island and most of Eastern New York State. We are a certified reseller or installer of the following brands:

  • James Hardie Siding
  • Cedar Wood Siding
  • CertainTeed Siding

Customers know that a little preventative maintenance goes a long way in regards to repair costs down the road. One of the most popular and easiest ways to maintain and protect the outside of your home or building is by installing new siding. We install and repair all kinds of siding. Some of our most popular options include shingle, clapboard, plywood, shakes, vinyl and fiber cement


Shingles provide good coverage. They are custom made and uniform in appearance. Typically made of cedar and shaped in a rectangle, the cost of installing shingles can be costly because the installation is challenging. Typically, shingles are installed by overlapping like the tiles and can be used in a variety of models.


With clapboard siding, it is easy to use long wooden tables that can be installed horizontally or vertically. They provide the appearance of wood and work with a variety of home decors. The card can be a variety of wood species.

Plywood Siding

Shuttering plywood is simple and easy to use and inexpensive. The coating may in a variety of wood species, which are authorized variations in texture. If well managed, the plywood sheathing for decades.


Shakes are similar to the tiles to be created by splitting files. As such, each movement is unique in its size and shape. As a result, are generally more expensive than tiles. Shakes are prone to faults and cracks and must be checked regularly and replaced if damaged or repaired. Although very interesting, are not a good option if you are looking for a low maintenance road. Since the tiles can be expensive to install.


Vinyl siding is a plastic made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride). The advantages of never having to worry about rot and flaking paint make this exterior covering attractive to many consumers. However, with a lower price come problems. Vinyl siding has a tendency to crack, split, and look faded and dingy after a few years. Manufacturers have made improvements to these problems, but they still exist.

Fiber Cement

Made with wood products and other materials to look like wood, these engineered materials are far less expensive than using wood for siding. Engineered or composite wood comes in long panels that are easily installed and will give a neat, seamless look to your home.