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New Jersey Siding COntractor

Where Quality 
Meets Craftsmanship

Cutting corners doesn’t exist in our vocabulary. When it’s time for a new siding installation, you can take heart knowing the Blue Nail team goes the extra mile to perform detail-oriented work with the highest-quality materials available.

  • James Hardie Elite Preferred

  • 3D Siding Design Tools

  • Hundreds of Color Options

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James Hardie, Vinyl Siding & More

The last thing we want to do is limit the vision you have for your home. You’ll be able to choose from a wide range of siding materials, styles, and colors— including popular James Hardie fiber cement, vinyl, PVC, and composite options. If you’re not sure where to start, our team is happy to lend a hand with your siding design.

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Our Certifications

Find Out Which Siding Material Is Best for You

  • Eco-Friendly

  • Stylish

  • Cost Efficient

Everlast Composite Siding

With a 100% recyclable nature, Everlast Composite Siding is a popular choice for homeowners who want to prioritize the environment in their home improvement decisions. It’s also resistant to fire and high temperatures and won’t release toxins into the air when in contact with extreme temperatures.

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James Hardie Fiber Cement

James Hardie fiber cement siding is the most popular siding option Blue Nail Exteriors installs. While it won the category for being stylish and aesthetically pleasing thanks to its numerous color options and designs, it also boasts an eco-friendly and low-maintenance nature.

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Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is a trusty and reliable solution for homeowners looking for new siding on a budget. You can find vinyl siding in dozens and dozens of beautiful colors and sizes, and it’s a popular choice for homes of all architectural styles. We work with a few fantastic vinyl siding manufacturers and can help you find the best fit for your home.

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Insider’s Program

Become a Blue Nail Insider

Are you a realtor, home inspector, or insurance agent? Join our Blue Nail Insider’s Program for discounts on roof inspections!

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Serving Northern New Jersey With Integrity

Whether your New Jersey home is your place to share meals with your family, cheer on your favorite team, or catch up with your friends, our local team is committed to making your home everything you’ve ever dreamed of.

  • Bergen County
  • Essex County
  • Middlesex County
  • Morris County
  • Union County
  • Somerset County
  • Sussex County
  • Passaic County

Maintain Your Home With Siding Repairs

In addition to new siding installation, we also offer repair services for aluminum, soffit, corner posts, asbestos, fascia boards, capping, vinyl, rake boards, wood, frieze boards, and more! Our expert team is here to help you preserve your home for the long run.

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How should I prepare for a siding installation?

We recommend making sure your cars are moved so that we don’t accidentally park you in! We also suggest taking down photos and other decor from your walls before the installation so that they don’t fall.

Will I be able to “try on” siding colors before choosing?

Yes! Our team will send you a 3D rendition of your home where you can sift through different colors and styles and see how they look on your real home before making your final decision.

What types of siding materials do you install?

We install James Hardie fiber cement, vinyl, and PVC siding materials. While all of these materials are common throughout New Jersey, James Hardie is typically the most popular choice for local homeowners.

How can I tell if I need to get my siding replaced?

In New Jersey, many homes have EIFS siding, which can crack and chip away. No matter what type of siding you have, look for gaps, cracks, dents, and any interior water damage. Old rotten or warped wood siding should also be replaced.

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