Siding Services in Burnsville, MN

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Any home or business owner knows how important curb appeal is – and the siding and trim on your property have a lot to do with it. We offer an extensive collection of siding in varied materials, styles, and colors. With our team of Vinyl Siding Institute-certified experts, you can trust that we’ll get the job done right.

Whether you need siding repairs after damage or simply want to spruce up the exterior appearance of your property, we’re here to help. Call your local Hail Pro office today to discuss your siding needs.

How Does Siding Get Damaged?

There are a few different ways in which siding can sustain damage, depending on the type of material and manufacturer of your existing product. Here are some of the most common issues that we’ve seen in our many years on the job.

Chipping and Cracking
Cracks, chips, and scuffs can stem from numerous sources, including hail damage, blunt force from sports equipment or rocks, invasive animals, and wind-blown foliage or branches.
If your siding was installed improperly, it will begin to buckle and warp, diverging from its initial shape. Siding that’s correctly installed will have enough room to expand and contract, and it won’t grow too large for the space it occupies. We’ll install your siding right the first time.
Direct exposure to the sun will cause your siding to fade over time. Some products are more resistant to fading than others.

What Siding Materials Are Available?

Explore our siding material options for inspiration – we offer a range of products so that everyone can find what they’re looking for.

Vinyl siding is a popular material that is good at protecting your home from the elements. It offers a cost-effective way to boost the aesthetic appeal of your house, and it is often paired with decorative rock, shake, or batten board to accentuate certain features.
Steel siding has recently boomed due to its low maintenance needs and its integrity. It will not crack or warp, and it’s even more sun resistant than most other siding projects, leading to a resurgence in the popularity of this material.
James Hardie
James Hardie is great for areas that see extreme weather during all four seasons – such as the Midwest. It is a fiber cement siding that’s made of wood cellulose, cement, and sand to create a high-strength material that doesn’t expand or contract with changes in temperature. It’s also very energy-efficient.
LP SmartSide
A seamless, beautiful option, LP SmartSide involves raw lumber that is ground into wood chips and then shaped, coated, and painted to be used as siding for your home. It’s low maintenance and comes in many different colors and styles.

What Siding Styles Are Available?


The name says it all: This siding is installed parallel to the ground.


This siding runs up and down the height of the wall: It’s installed vertically to the ground.

Traditional Lap

This style resembles overlapping wooden boards and is designed to shed water.

Dutch Lap

This horizontally laid siding involves a decorative groove to provide charm and elegance.

Board and Batten

This involves alternating wide panels and narrow strips, usually installed vertically.


Offered in vinyl, cedar, and fiber cement, shakes offer charm and character with a rustic look.


Similar to shakes, scallops are commonly used to accent a specific part of your home.
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