Vinyl siding is a low-maintenance cladding. There won’t be a need to scrape and reapply paint or any need to caulk joints. All that is needed is a yearly wash with a hose and that should be the most maintenance you’ll probably ever encounter with vinyl.
It is a relatively durable product, especially if it has an insulation backing. The thicker the siding, the more durable it will be. Vinyl will never rot like wood and wood-based products can and it is non-porous so birds, insects or other pests will leave it be.
Economical Compared To Other Siding Choices
Choosing Vinyl can save you money, now, and in the long run over other options such as wood, brick or stone. Of course, the top of the line premium vinyl products will be more expensive than the entry level grade versions. For a Free Estimate, click here!
Excellent Color Selection
With the advances of technology, finding the perfect color for your home should be no problem at all. You won’t have unlimited options but they far exceed what they did when vinyl siding was first introduced back the 1950’s and 60’s.
Greater Dent Resistance Than Aluminum
The flexibility of vinyl siding allow it to absorb impact better than more malleable materials, such as, metal which can dent if struck hard enough. Products with an insulated backing are more durable and provide an additional layer of strength.
Today, vinyl siding can emulate virtually any style of siding that is made of wood. If you like the look of vertical siding, wide, narrow clapboard or cedar shake, it can be done with Vinyl.