Vinyl Siding Installation
Vinyl siding stands out for the excellent value it offers
It sheds moisture rather than absorbing it. It won’t support mold or mildew; nor will it succumb to moisture damage. Get a free vinyl siding installation quote now.
Vinyl siding is designed to look good for many years, retaining its original color despite extreme exposure to the elements. And it delivers this impressive performance without requiring any maintenance.
Vinyl siding looks as good as real wood
Made primarily from PVC (polyvinyl chloride) resins, vinyl siding was first manufactured in the 1950s, but the widespread use of this siding material didn’t begin until the late 1970s.
Just like steel siding, vinyl siding offers the advantages of zero maintenance, immunity to mold and moisture damage and plenty of styles and colors to choose from. In better-quality vinyl siding, a wood grain surface texture can make the product look surprisingly like real wood. Better grades of vinyl siding also tend to be thicker, for improved rigidity and greater impact resistance.
Because PVC expands and contracts significantly in response to temperature changes, it can’t be solidly nailed to wall sheathing. Instead, each course of siding “floats” on slotted nailing fins. Click the button below to view siding options.
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Well-crafted trim details complete your exterior transformation
The overall impression created by new siding is as much about trim details as it is about the siding itself. In a truly professional vinyl siding installation, the corner trim, J-channels, soffit panels, gutters and downspouts all look good together. Compatibly colored caulks and sealants should also be used. Make sure to discuss these details along with your siding choices when planning your new vinyl siding installation.