Due to its proven durability, energy-efficiency, color retention, and low maintenance—vinyl siding continues to be the #1 exterior cladding in the United States.
Benefits of Vinyl Siding, The Number One Exterior Cladding
Vinyl siding is made to last, and our manufacturers offer a lifetime warranty—so you won’t ever have to worry about replacing your siding again. All certified vinyl siding is tested to withstand the hottest summers and sub-zero winters, including winds up to 180 miles per hour.
You’ll never have to paint your house again! Wood must be painted or stained; vinyl requires no paint. Vinyl siding only requires washing once a year, with mild soap and water from a garden hose.
Vinyl siding does not absorb water and its rain screening design prevents water from being trapped behind the siding—whereas fiber-based products are a mixture of wood pulp and sand, two things that will disintegrate over time when moisture penetrates the plank. Water trapped beneath the siding will stimulate rot, promote mildew and mold, and invite insect infections.
Combined with quality insulation, vinyl siding can improve a home’s energy efficiency—it deflects the sun’s heat in summer and blocks cold winds in winter—lowering your energy bills.
Today’s new manufactured siding does not fade as quickly as older vinyl—and will keep looking beautiful year after year. It also comes in hundreds of colors and varying textures, from smooth to deep wood grain.