At P.J. Fitzpatrick, we love that our home siding is both durable enough to keep your home safe and beautiful enough to give it a touch of elegance. We carry only the best in siding and are proud to say that many local homeowners have been turning to us instead of Lowes’ siding for years.
Since we began our company in 1980, the people of P.J. Fitzpatrick have worked hard to make homeowners happy. We stand behind our experts and our expertise, so if something ever goes wrong with your siding installation in the future, we’ll take the blame and make it right. We’ve built a company on customer satisfaction and are happy to be of service to those in the Delaware Valley and Greater Philadelphia.
At P.J. Fitzpatrick, we know how important the environment is, and that’s why we take numerous steps to reduce our carbon footprint. We are a CertainTeed-certified vinyl siding installer, which means we work with the environmentally-friendly company of CertainTeed to bring our customers green siding. CertainTeed’s siding is not only made with recycled materials, but is also recyclable. In addition, it’s produced, shipped, and installed using minimal valuable resources.
No matter what type of siding you’re looking for, skip Lowes and let us help. We have varieties like:
- Aluminum Siding
Aluminum is a popular alternative to wood and vinyl siding for your home. We’ll show you why homeowners choose this material.
- Fiber Cement Siding
If you’re interested in wood siding, fiber cement siding might be for you. We’ll explain their similarities and which would benefit your home.
- Polymer Siding
When it comes to polymer siding, skip Lowes and let us show you why polymer might be the right choice of siding for you.
- Stone Veneer Siding
While natural stone can be costly for a home, stone veneer is much more affordable and boasts the same look as natural stone.
- Vinyl Siding
As the most popular siding material in the U.S., vinyl comes in an array of colors and shapes. Let us help you decide which is best for you.
- Wood Siding
Wood siding can be made from woods like spruce to cedar to pine and more. Let our experts explain the differences.