Vinyl siding is one of the most popular siding materials in America. Vinyl siding is extremely durable compared to other types of siding. It never needs painting, doesn't show scratches, doesn't dent, peel or rot and is not affected by snow, salt, cold, or rain.
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There’s a reason why year after year, vinyl siding remains the top-rated cladding choice among homeowners, builders and re-modelers. Durability, realistic finishes and maintenance-free advantages have elevated modern vinyl siding into the “smart buy” category, making it a very wise and popular investment. And with sustainable products that reduce environmental impact and can add to your home’s energy efficiency, vinyl is a wise green choice as well.
Vinyl siding has evolved, and today, it’s known as much for its beauty and versatility as for its value. New color palettes, styles and textures allow for maximum customization, making vinyl siding easy to create the ideal exterior for any home. You can also choose from a full range of essential elements including soffit, trim and accessories to compliment or transform your home’s architecture.
A low initial installation cost is only the beginning of vinyl siding’s value proposition. Thanks to its tremendous toughness, vinyl siding boasts the lowest cost for lifetime maintenance and upkeep compared to other exterior cladding options. And, when you decide to sell, it’s an appealing feature to prospective buyers.
Unlike wood or fiber cement, vinyl siding never
requires paint — which means vinyl not only saves you time and money,
but releases fewer toxic chemicals into the environment than painting
requires. Nor is there any material to replace, paint to scrape, paint
chips to dispose of or brushes to clean.
Built to last
Vinyl siding is literally engineered to be a sustainable choice. Other exterior cladding options wear out over time, but vinyl siding is designed to resist heat, cold, moisture, and tear off in high winds. In fact, the NAHB lists the life expectancy of vinyl siding as “lifetime.” And that’s a factor worth considering.
and local programs such as those lead by the NAHB and LEED award
builders, re-modelers and homeowners who choose sustainable products.
Many vinyl siding, door and window products are recognized by the NAHB
as “green approved,” meaning their products have been third-party
certified to deliver on the claims they are making. Choosing a green-approved product
when remodeling your home’s exterior is an environmentally friendly way
to improve your home’s energy efficiency. .
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