Home Siding Options You May Never Have Considered

Dec 14, 2018

There are some types of siding that everyone knows. Vinyl siding is a popular option in Kansas City and throughout the country. Composite or fiber cement siding also ranks high in commonly used types of siding. Wood siding was once a popular option but has been in decline since more efficient types of siding have come to the forefront.

But what if you’re looking for something a little different to mix things up? Maybe siding boards aren’t your thing. If that’s the case, there is a siding option out there for you that you may not have considered. Here are a few of our suggestions:

Stucco Siding

Stucco siding is popular in the western United States, but it still looks great here in Kansas City, too. Rather than rows of siding boards, stucco has a smooth surface and a rich color. This appeals to homeowners who prefer a stark, clean look, as well as those who don’t have time for extensive maintenance. This siding looks great, and it’s remarkably easy to clean. At Johnson County Siding & Window Co., our stucco siding is 100% acrylic, with acrylic polymers helping it to resist cracking as well as damage from the sun’s UV rays.

Stone Siding

On the other hand, maybe you’re looking for something with a little more character. If that’s the case, you may be interested in the textured elegance of stone siding. We use stone veneer that looks and feels like real, natural stone, but is considerably lighter and less expensive than natural stone. This siding is perfect for homeowners who want to make their curb appeal really stand out or add a natural look to the exterior of their home. If you pride yourself on your front lawn landscaping, you might love stone siding.

A Combination of Siding

If you can’t decide what kind of siding you like best, why choose just one? You can combine stucco and siding to get the elegance of both in your home’s exterior. Many of our customers also prefer doing the front of their home in stucco and stone siding (or both) while the sides are covered in fiber cement siding. Combining different types of siding is a great way to get a look that’s uniquely your own, and possibly a way to save money if you’re interested in the look of one type of siding but can’t afford to use it for the entire home.

Don’t be afraid to look outside the box when searching for the perfect siding options for your home. And if you’re interested in stucco siding, stone siding, or a combination of siding options, contact Johnson County Siding & Window Co. for a free quote.


If you know you want to get your home exterior project done, but are feeling stress about paying for it all at once, we can help.

Our financing partner, GreenSky, has sensible payment plans that work for homeowners who prefer to pay in installments. You can also ask your JoCo Siding & Window Co. sales representative about the details!

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