Washington’s Preferred James Hardie Siding Experts
Alpine Siding is Washington state’s leading siding contractor and a Preferred™ supplier of James Hardie® brand siding. Installing siding in the Whatcom, Snohomish, Skagit and King County area for almost 20 years, We guarantee our service and our installation meets the highest levels of experience and training, integrity, and customer satisfaction in the industry. We are also licensed, bonded, and insured. We install many types of siding including wood, shingle, composite, cedar, Metal and fiber cement.
Alpine is also the industries leading multi-family and Condo Remediation siding installer – specializing in building envelope application. We can provide the 3 elements within our business most companies cannot achieve. That is Price, Quality and Time. We have mastered the ability to achieve all jobs at a reasonable cost, quality that makes our competitors nervous, and time frame that just cannot be beaten. Most companies will accomplish 1-2 of the 3 elements.
Alpine is the only company in the state of Washington that has Hardie trim in stock due to material shortages. In order to qualify for a 30-year Hardie warranty – using all Hardie products for the exterior is critical. This includes siding and trim.
A Glance into some of the Projects we are Currently doing in Whatcom County
Our James Hardie fiber cement siding is preferred by many of our customers. It’s made from a
composite of sand, cement, and cellulose fibers pressed together to form planks or shingles.
Fiber cement has the beautiful look of wood but is far more durable. It’s impervious to
termites, woodpeckers, and other pests and will withstand extreme weather including rain, hail,
baking sun, strong ultraviolet (UV) radiation, and hurricane-force winds. It’s also completely
flame retardant and will not ignite when exposed to direct flame or extreme heat. In addition,
only James Hardie siding and trim are engineered to withstand the specific climate in which they
are used. James Hardie products provide a 30 year warranty on all siding and a 15 year warranty
on Hardie’s Colorplus® technology siding. James Hardie is America’s #1 siding, installed on more
than 5 million U.S. homes. Call us for warranty details!
Our James Hardie fiber cement siding is preferred by many of our customers. It’s made from a composite of sand, cement, and cellulose fibers pressed together to form planks or shingles. Fiber cement has the beautiful look of wood but is far more durable. It’s impervious to termites, woodpeckers, and other pests and will withstand extreme weather including rain, hail, baking sun, strong ultraviolet (UV) radiation, and hurricane-force winds. It’s also completely flame retardant and will not ignite when exposed to direct flame or extreme heat. In addition, only James Hardie siding and trim are engineered to withstand the specific climate in which they are used. James Hardie products provide a 30 year warranty on all siding and a 15 year warranty on Hardie’s Colorplus® technology siding. James Hardie is America’s #1 siding, installed on more than 5 million U.S. homes. Call us for warranty details!
Most people when looking for a contractor simply do not know where to look.
They use sites like Angie’s List or Home Advisor. We strongly recommend that you never use those types of sites to hire siding contractors, because they may seem like a reputable company, but Home Advisor is the Craigslist or the Walmart of the construction industry. Even the reviews that are left by clients will be removed by these hosts (Angie’s List and Home Advisor) if you appeal them. The best way to hire a good siding contractor is to do some research online. Look them up on multiple platforms like BBB, Yelp, Google Reviews, Next Door or even Facebook. Home Advisor also creates a budget for your project based off the size of your home, which is highly inaccurate and will create an unrealistic illusion that prices are significantly lower. Also, be careful who you hire. Many people claim to be siding experts but have not idea what they are doing. Would you hire a plumber to do your electrical work? Then why would you hire a roofer to do your siding project? Also, hiring a General contractor can be risky because they always sub out their work to other companies; becoming the middle man (deferring all accountability and liability to the sub-contracting company). General contractors are not knowledgeable enough to do your siding work, and although it may seem like you are saving money, its often time because they are not aware of pricing because they dont know the trade or because they are using the cheapest products. General contractors are notorious for cutting corners. In fact, most of the resides we have done in the last 5-10 years have been on newer houses that have been sided with faulty products, all because a General contractors want to save money.
HardiePlank lap siding is not just our best-selling product—it’s the most popular brand of siding in America, protecting and beautifying more homes from coast to coast. All styles are Engineered for Climate® and come primed, or with baked-on ColorPlus® Technology.
Soffits are key construction elements—they cover the underside of your roof eaves and exterior porch ceilings. We offer them in both smooth and vented profiles to meet aesthetic needs as well as code requirements.
While they are most often associated with Cape Cod-style homes, shingles can add instant character to any style home, anywhere. For the distinct look of cedar shingles with less maintenance, choose HardieShingle siding.
Trim is that final touch that completes your home’s design. Accentuate corners, columns, fascia, doors, windows and more with HardieTrim boards.
Re-siding your house with HardiePanel vertical siding—or combining it with HardiePlank lap siding—is sure to add visual punch to your design. Crisp, clean lines make it a smart choice for strong, contemporary designs.
Our Artisan® siding is for those with impeccable taste. Offering gorgeous, deep shadow lines and extra thick boards, Artisan lap siding and trim will set your home apart.
I chose Alpine to side my house, and it was the best decision I’ve made! While I was apprehensive about the project, Veto and his crews immediately put me at ease. They were true professionals, showed up on time, battled the elements and extreme rot under my old siding, and gave me peace of mind that it was being done right. In the end, I was left with a home I have confidence in, and the price was not only competitive, but under the other quotes I received. I cannot say enough about how impressed I was with Alpine Siding. In fact, I am such a fan, they will be painting my home in the spring. If you want it done right, call Alpine
We had a great experience working with Alpine Siding through the entire process, from picking out materials to the final punch list. Veto was very responsive and professional throughout the project and his crew was incredibly respectful and hard-working. Alpine did EVERYTHING they said they would do, including covering some cost over-runs. They even threw in a few additional items that they didn’t have to, like replacing an aluminum soffit panel that we had lost in a wind storm as well as putting a nice crown detail over our windows. We admittedly are a bit picky and they came back as many times as we asked until we were completely satisfied. We would most definitely use Alpine Siding again and recommend them to our friends and neighbors.
We just had our siding replaced and updated by Alpine. The house looks amazing. Veto’s product knowledge is impressive and was a big factor in choosing his company. The employees did excellent work, were friendly and cleaned up the debris on a daily basis. Carlos and Jesus were extremely hard working guys. Our lights were re-installed and Veto followed up after completion to make sure all the work was done to our satisfaction. I highly recommend Alpine because of their excellent work, timeliness, costs and great communication.
Absolutely recommend Alpine Siding for your project. Siding replacement is costly, and therefore finding the best company that was also affordable was paramount. Alpine was recommended to us from a number of sources and their bid was appropriate. Veto listened to both our housing and financial concerns and made sure that we knew we had plenty of options. We never felt pushed into any decision and were confident with his assessment of our home’s structure and needs. Alpine’s employees were courteous and tidy. They went out of their way to explain what they were doing and why, particularly if they needed to change part of the original plan. Communication was very clear throughout the entire process, from both Veto and his employees. The siding itself was done very quickly. And now having gone through this process, we look at other homes around town with our type of siding and can visibly notice the quality of work from Alpine when compared to other structures.
We also had the house painted through their sister company, Alpine Painting. Again noted the same quality of work and respectful and considerate employees.
We are very glad we chose Alpine and definitely recommend them for your siding and painting needs.
Great experience! Pricing was the best out of the bids I received (I bid it out to three others as well). They showed up when they said they were going to and finished the job on schedule. Quality of the work was excellent. Would be happy top refer Veto to anyone.
Alpine siding had some of the best prices and they provided a bid promptly. Will use them again in the future.
Surprise realization that we needed to re-side our complicated 4500 sq ft 9 year old house! Talked to 3 contractors, Veto inspired confidence through his knowledge vs the others and had a competitive price. The crew was here on time for 4-weeks start to finish, worked hard every day, were respectful, attentive, informative, and became friends through the process. Above all they did an excellent and highest quality job resulting is a house with zero siding and trim worries for life. Veto was consultative, fair, and transparent as we worked through the few surprises (rot repair) along the way and did an excellent job appointing and managing the other trades (paint, rock) needed for the project. Not easy for consumers like me who aren’t in the construction world to find reliable, fair, honest contractors, it’s scary! So I write this review and would not hesitate to recommend Alpine Siding.