The Highest Quality Siding in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania

Making your home the most beautiful and valuable is what we do best at C&M Roofing & Siding. We are 100% committed to our customers and the projects that they have for exterior home improvement. When it comes to siding in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania, nobody offers more options, better customer service, and a more complete job than us. Whether you are giving your home a makeover, are in need of some repairs after a storm, or are building a new home for the first time, let C&M Roofing & Siding show you what high quality siding really is.

The Benefits of New Siding

The benefits of having new siding installed on your home are many, perhaps with curb appeal at the top of the list. Some of the other benefits include:

  • Many Beautiful Options – At C&M Roofing & Siding, we offer a variety of siding options in different styles and different colors. Choosing siding has never been more fun, and it will make your home more beautiful and stylish.
  • Added Value – Your home and property’s resale value will increase when you do home improvements such as new siding. Whether you plan to sell now or in the future, this is one of the best ways to attract potential buyers.
  • Less Maintenance – Vinyl siding does not need to be painted and is durable in storms and during natural wear and tear. Cleaning is easy, as you can simply spray it down with a hose.

At C&M Roofing & Siding, we only hire the most highly qualified and trained contractors in the industry. Additionally, we provide opportunities for our contractors to continue their training.

Contact C&M Roofing & Siding today at (302) 663-0936 or through our online contact form to schedule your FREE estimate. WE service all Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania areas.

Fiber cement siding ("fibre cement cladding" in the UK and "fibro" in Australia) is a building material used to cover the exterior of a building in both commercial and domestic applications. Fiber cement is a composite material made of cement reinforced with cellulose fibers. Originally, asbestos was used as the reinforcing material but, due to safety concerns, that was replaced by cellulose in the 1980s. Fiber cement board may come pre-painted or pre-stained or can be done so after its installation. Fiber cement siding has several benefits since it is resistant to termites, does not rot, is impact resistant, and has fireproof properties.


C&M Roofing & Siding provides installation, repair, inspection service for Fiber cement siding. Fiber cement siding is the most common type of siding material used in the residential Siding today we are a GAF Certified Contractor and we can provide you a professional installation system and show you multiple types of sidings. Each and one of our locations provides a showroom with samples with different products to offer our customers the best options and explain the whole installation process.

Vinyl siding is plastic exterior siding for a house, used for decoration and weatherproofing, imitating wood clapboard, board and batten or shakes, and used instead of other materials such as aluminum or fiber cement siding. It is an engineered product, manufactured primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin. In the UK and New Zealand a similar material is known as uPVC weatherboarding.

Approximately 80 percent of its weight is PVC resin, with the remaining 20 percent being ingredients that impart color, opacity, gloss, impact resistance, flexibility, and durability. It is the most commonly installed exterior cladding for residential construction in the United States and Canada.

Insulated siding is home siding that includes rigid foam insulation, fused behind the exterior surface of the wall, for the purpose of reducing energy consumption, increasing the insulation value of the wall system and improving the stability and appearance of the siding. Currently, insulated siding is commercially available as a type of vinyl siding.

Wood shingles are thin, tapered pieces of wood primarily used to cover roofs and walls of buildings to protect them from the weather. Historically shingles were split from straight grained, knot free bolts of wood. Today shingles are mostly made by being cut which distinguishes them from shakes which are made by being split out of a bolt.

Wooden shingle roofs were prevalent in the North American colonies (for example in the Cape-Cod-style house), while in central and southern Europe at the same time, thatch, slate and tile were the prevalent roofing materials. In rural Scandinavia, wood shingle roofs were a common roofing material until the 1950s.[disputed – discuss] Wood shingles are susceptible to fire and cost more than other types of shingle so they are not as common today as in the past.

Financing a home improvement project can be a great way to get your work done now while paying for it on a schedule that works for you. Current low interest rates have made this a great financial tool utilized by our clients to keep money in their possession longer during this uncertain economic climate. Financing is perfect solution to large deductibles, cost savings upgrades such as siding and roofing products.

C&M Roofing & Siding has teamed up with multiple financial institutions to provide competitive financing options to our clientele. Please follow the links below to submit your application to our partners for consideration. The finance rate (if applicable), term of loan, and monthly payments will be determined at time of roofing consultation.