Siding Contractor in Battle Creek


For more than 10 years, Schmidke Builder's has been a siding company in Marshall and Calhoun and Surrounding Counties for both commercial and residential projects. We have built a strong reputation for providing dependable and quality workmanship that is consistently delivered on time and on budget. With more siding projects under our belts than our competition, you can be assured that your home siding needs will by handled by highly skilled and experienced professionals.

Do you give free estimates?

Yes. We offer a free, in-home estimate by appointment for new installations. For repairs or service calls, a minimum service call fee may apply.

Who does the installation?

Our trained and skilled employees make up our installation team. To insure utmost quality control and consistency, we do not subcontract our work.

Who handles permits?

If a permit is required by the City, County or other governing agency, then either you may handle the permit directly, OR we can handle the permit for you and manage thru final inspection for a minimal fee, plus the actual permit costs.

Do you accept credit cards?

Yes! We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit cards.

I have stucco walls on my home. Can siding be installed on stucco?

Yes! Typically, we can go over the stucco walls and use the stucco as another layer of insulation for your home.

I have vertical siding and I want to use horizontal siding. Can I do that?

Yes! You may use residing as an opportunity for redesigning at the same time.

I am very concerned about fire. What is available?

We recommend fiber cement or vinyl siding panels with approved fire ratings that meet or exceed most building codes.

What is the difference in vinyl or fiber cement siding?

Siding types share many benefits, but the products are also different. Make comparisons to determine which material is best for your needs.

I don’t want to ever paint my home again. What is available?

Both vinyl siding and fiber cement siding materials offer long-term, low maintenance benefits.

Do you install a moisture barrier?

Yes! Current Building Codes and manufacturer’s specifications require that an approved moisture barrier be installed.