SELECT ShingleMaster™ Credential by CertainTeed®

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Why you should choose a SELECT ShingleMaster™ Earning this highest-level credential involves a rigorous process, including several significant educational and accreditation steps. This mark of distinction separates SELECT ShingleMasters™ from most other companies. The company must continue to meet the following requirements to maintain the credential: The most well qualified installers Through testing and regular re-accreditation we ensure that all … Read More

About us

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Who we are US Siding & Construction is a family operated business servicing Massachusetts with all types of Building & Renovation services since 2006. Our business is committed to maintaining a great and healthy relationship with all of our clients. Meaning, not only do we want to serve you, but we also want to be able to meet your desired outcome … Read More

Make sure your Home retains its value.

  If you own a home in Massachusetts, you have to make sure your house is properly protected from what Mother Nature can send on the way. This means, ensuring you are fully protected agains snow, hail, rain and wind. You may hear your roofer or local roofer repeat the same words, “DO A YEARLY ROOF ASSESSMENT” !, Yes, your … Read More

Outdoor Spring Maintenance Tips

Even though we got hit by a Nor’Easter today, it was 70 degrees a few weeks ago and spring is right around the corner. With spring time comes warmer weather and more time spent outside which means cleaning up the yard and making home improvements. One thing that people often overlook is house maintenance. To make sure that your house … Read More

Inspect the Roof Before Purchasing a New Home

There are so many different things that you need to consider when purchasing a new home. Some of the obvious and initial steps are home price, town, neighborhood, number of bedrooms, and functionality of the kitchen. But, we often see people overlook the structural integrity of the roof. If ignored this could possibly run you thousands of dollars really quick. Below … Read More

Isn’t It Just Easier To Repaint My Home?

As your home siding starts to deteriorate and lose most of its color, wouldn’t it be much easier to repaint your home? That is the thought so many people have as in their eyes painting is usually much kinder on the wallet. Painting your house when simple color fading is the least of your siding issues is like putting a band aid … Read More

James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding FAQ

From the eyes of a consumer we understand that the knowledge of James Hardie Fiber Cement siding is actually quite low in the New England area. The popular fiber cement siding material is quickly growing but we are continuing to get questions from our customers on a regular basis. Being such a high quality and popular product when installed, we wanted … Read More

The Top Benefits of a Roof Replacement

With the end of the holidays upon us, it’s time to start packing up all the decorations and storing them in the attic. But this time as you’re wrestling with those annoying boxes you notice something is off, there’s a leak, this is not good and you’re sure of it. It’s time to replace your roof, nothing anybody wants to … Read More

Helpful Winter Roofing Maintenance Tips

When owning a home, it’s important that you stay on top of any required maintenance. It help make aspects of your home last longer and it prevents against malfunctions that will cost you preventable money. With winter official here in New England, it’s important that you follow some of these maintenance tips in order to stay on top of everything. … Read More

10th Anniversary Promotion

US Siding & Construction is celebrating our 10th anniversary with a promotion that we are running until 12/15/16. All installations or replacements during this time period are 10% OFF!! This is a deal that you cannot miss out on. If you were thinking about getting some home work done, then now is the time. For more information, please feel free to … Read More