Vinyl siding is the most popular choice of exterior home protection. Vinyl siding is a low maintanance exterior cladding that has become very popular with people wishing to improve the appearance of their homes. Vinyl siding is manufactured to last without rotting, cracking, or needing a paint job, and is available in a wide variety of styles and colors to match most historic and architectural styles.
Vinyl siding has been in use for over 40 years and has become one of the most popular choices for exterior cladding. In fact, in the USA, twice as many people choose vinyl siding for their homes than any other material, according to the US Census Bureau. The main component used in the manufacturing of vinyl siding is polyvinyl chloride, and ours meets the highest standards in its ability to maintain its color and be weatherproof in most weather conditions.
The benefits of installing vinyl siding is its versatility and attractiveness along with the ease of maintenance.
With quality vinyl siding, the color goes all the way through the material, so it doesn’t fade like aluminum siding. That means you don’t have to paint your home or building every few years to maintain its good looks.
Vinyl siding is generally mold and mildew resistant, and a good wash with the garden hose or a power washer will usually clean it off.
When considering vinyl siding for an older home, we include a form-fitted insulation and weather barrier to the exterior walls before putting on the vinyl siding. This will increase the insulation and reduce air infiltration of your home, helping to keep it warm in winter and cool in summer, thereby cutting heating and air-conditioning bills.