Clayton Restoration has been installing seamless siding on St. Louis homes for more than 30 years.

Traditional seamed siding contains gaps and overlaps that can let moisture penetrate the surface, causing decay. It also doesn’t prevent insects from making their way into the structure. High winds often pull the siding apart at the seams and damage the substrate materials.

Seamless siding helps to eliminate these hazards with its continuous surface. This seamless material can be cut to the exact length of an exterior wall to prevent unnecessary gaps and overlaps. The most popular seamless siding designs include simulated wood, brick, and logs. Seamless siding is made of either vinyl, aluminum, or steel. All three are covered with a protective layer of vinyl and each section runs the length of the entire side of the home, regardless of how wide it is. This means it is better insulated. It’s also low maintenance and durable. But among the three options, which is best? Take a look at the benefits of each:


  • Affordable
  • Attractive
  • Durable
  • Lasts approximately 10-12 years
  • Resistant to insects


  • Resistant to heat
  • More durable than vinyl
  • Better quality of paint than earlier generations
  • Resistant to insects


  • Superior protection against extreme weather conditions
  • Highly durable
  • Lasts up to 30 years
  • Resistant to insects

Drawbacks of seamless siding:

  • It can be more expensive to install.
  • High winds can cause problems.
  • It’s not paintable, so once you select a color, you’re stuck with it.

We are also experts in Commercial roofing, Residential roofing, Insulation and Siding.

We are recognized for exceptional installations and quality repairs at the best price. If your home is in need of roofing, gutters, insulation or siding, contact us today!

At Clayton Restoration, our number one goal is to earn “customers for life.” We are never just after a quick sale!