Siding Installation


Installing siding can be a significant and eye-catching upgrade. Protecting your family and belongings, proper siding also increases your home’s energy efficiency, durability, and curb appeal.

Popular siding materials include stucco, stone veneer, fiber cement, clapboard, brick, cedar shingles, engineered wood, and vinyl, which come in a variety of styles. With so many options, the different combinations are practically endless. You’ll have no trouble finding a beautiful blend of colors to compliment your home’s exterior! Even better, many of these options are also maintenance free.


New siding is a significant and long-term investment in your home, with up to 80% of the project’s cost recouped in increased market value. While preserving the architectural integrity of the home, it can also reduce energy consumption, muffle outside noise, and, in some states, secure unique tax benefits. Furthermore, there are siding options that offer resistance to weather hazards such as wind and fire. This can reduce the cost of homeowners insurance depending on where you live.

If you are a “green” advocate, vinyl, composite, and cedar are all sustainable residential siding options. Today’s versions of these products contain at least 50-60% recycled products.



As the premier siding contractors in the region, Volpe Enterprises can help you install replacement siding and give you expert advice on what’s best for your home. For more information and a free quote for your siding project, give us a call. One of our knowledgeable experts will be happy to tell you more about the services that we provide.

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Siding Products

Vinyl Siding Installation

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is an excellent choice for homeowners looking to update the exterior of their home. It has been around for decades, and its quality, durability, and curb appeal have all improved significantly. Learn more about Vinyl Siding.

Volpe Enterprises installs fiber cement siding in the greater Philadelphia Region.

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding is a beautiful, durable, and energy efficient option for your home’s exterior. Although it can be a bit of an investment, it’s one well worth the cost. Fiber cement siding increases the value of your home, protects it from the elements, and requires little maintenance. Learn more about Fiber Cement Siding.

siding replacement – Faq

Is It Worth It To Replace The Siding?

Siding is a crucial component of a home’s exterior and can be quite costly. However, you can recoup a significant portion of your installation costs in the increased value of your home. According to Remodeling Magazine, new siding adds an average of 76.7 percent of the siding’s cost to the value of your home.

However, this is just an average and the actual value added depends on the type of siding you use, the quality of the material, how it’s installed, and the square foot area of the new siding. For a more detailed estimate and a free quote for your siding project, give Volpe Enterprises a call. As one of the premier siding companies in your area, our siding installers have the expert knowledge to do the job the right way.

Can You Replace The Siding By Yourself?

As a homeowner, you may be tempted to replace the siding yourself. Although this may seem achievable in some cases, we highly recommend thorough consideration before you start your siding replacement project yourself.

Siding installation requires some expertise, and you may need to contact a professional contractor if you don’t have any experience in the field. Different types of siding require other know-how, materials, and equipment. Be aware that there are some technical nuances you can spoil as a novice.

It would help if you had varied skills and materials (including safety equipment). If you want to ensure your home gets the best benefits and that you will be secure, seek the support of professional siding companies.

What Does Asbestos Siding Look Like?

Asbestos siding was a popular material for exterior home construction in North America, particularly in the 1950s through 1970s. It was primarily used because it was inexpensive and long-lasting, but many people are now aware of the risks associated with asbestos exposure.

How to Identify Asbestos

Asbestos siding can be difficult to distinguish from safer alternatives because it was made to look the same.

However, most homes constructed after 1980 will not have asbestos siding. But if you live in an older home, and suspect that it contains asbestos, take the following steps:

Test Your Siding

The best way to identify asbestos is by sending samples for testing. Because it’s difficult to tell if it’s present with an eye test, this is the only way that you can be 100% certain. In order to get your siding tested for asbestos, you need to send a sample to a qualified laboratory. To remove a piece of siding from your home, you can use a zip tool.

However you can also,

Look for fibers that are “ropey” or “curled” in appearance: This is one of the most common methods of asbestos detection. If you notice this texture, you’re probably dealing with a product containing asbestos.

Check for a company label: It’s not always easy to tell what type of material is being used on your house from the outside, but if you do see a company label, it might say “asbestos” somewhere on it.

Hire a Professional Siding Contractor

If you’re not familiar with this process, you should have a siding contractor inspect your home. They will be able to detect asbestos more easily and collect appropriate samples for testing. And if you need a siding company that you can trust, Volpe Enterprises has your back. Established in 1970, we’ve been the go to siding experts in your area for over 50 years. For a free quote and inspection of your property give us a call!