Cedar siding is shaped from light, low-density softwood that homeowners usually choose for its aesthetics as it can be applied in many different patterns. But this natural material has even more benefits to offer.
At Brothers, we like to focus on the positive. But the fact is, home improvement contractors as a group receive more complaints to the Better Business Bureau than any other industry. In Maryland alone, over 900 contractors are criminally charged with offenses related to their work each year. That’s why we think it’s important to show you how we avoid the most common sources of customer dissatisfaction because our process and our values are such a huge part of who we are.
We properly scope every project completely so you can be confident your final price is accurate and fair.
Even the best materials can fail quickly when they’re installed by day laborers. Our in-house siding experts are thoroughly trained, and a dedicated Field Quality Manager oversees projects to ensure quality workmanship.
A dedicated Customer Care Manager will be with you for every step of the process, keeping you in the loop and answering any questions you may have.
The experience during the project can be as important as the finished product. Our reliable, repeatable process has made us the Most Trusted Contractor in Maryland year after year because people love working with us, and they know that we keep our promises.
From our initial contact through to the completion of our siding install Brothers Services staff acted professionally, courteously, and friendly. The installers worked hard all day and our project was finished in the time frame that was promised to us.
Siding is the first thing you see when you look at your house. Let’s make sure you love it, and keep loving it for years to come.
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Cedar siding has many great properties that make it a good choice for Maryland homeowners. But our expert siding teams also specialize in additional siding materials that come in a variety of price points and potentially last even longer.
Modern vinyl siding is virtually maintenance-free and resists water, mold, rot, and insects.
Also known as Hardie Board, this long-lasting material has unmatched durability.