Hackett Contracting Siding

Siding’s function extends beyond simple aesthetics. It also insulates and protects your home against the elements, including rain, hail, snow and extreme high or low temperatures.

Overwhelmed with all of the siding options? Do you want knowledgeable insights from an experienced siding installer? Jerry Hackett, owner and installer, can help. He has 15+ years of siding experience and is a skilled, honest contractor who treats every job like he’s working on his own house.

Installation is custom-designed, based upon the job and existing variables.

95% of our jobs come from word of mouth referrals.

Best Siding Options


As vinyl siding has improved in quality, it has grown in popularity. Approximately one-third of all new homes constructed in the U.S. have vinyl siding. Here are the key benefits to vinyl siding:

  • Versatility: It comes in hundreds of colors, textures and profiles to give you limitless options, including horizontal or vertical applications.
  • High-Performance: It is made to withstand the elements, including high winds and hail. Additionally, vinyl is moisture resistant, so it won’t rot or corrode.
  • Low Maintenance: Vinyl siding has long-lasting durability and never needs painting.


Steel siding is obviously the toughest, most durable siding currently available to homeowners. It’s benefits include:

  • Strength and Durability: It is resistant to bumps, dents and dings.
  • Longevity: With proper maintenance, steel siding can last forty years, with the paint lasting 20 years, on average.
  • Energy Efficient: Steel siding is an excellent insulating material, saving you money on both heating and cooling costs.
  • Eco-Friendly: It is made, predominantly, of recycled materials.


Architectural siding is gaining in popularity due mostly to customized curb appeal. It is richly detailed, with both horizontal and vertical applications. Other benefits include:

  • Selection: Variety of patterns and accent panels with the appearance of handcrafted, standard or weathered, designs.
  • Durability: Resistant to buckling and overlaps.
  • Low-Maintenance: Achieve the desired custom look for your home without the excessive maintenance of shingle, shakes, cedar brick or stone.
  • Safety and Economy: Architectural siding reduces the fire hazard, which reduces homeowner’s insurance premiums. Also, it is less expensive than hiring craftsmen to install shingle, shakes, cedar, brick or stone.