Vinyl siding is a durable and cost efficient exterior finish for homes throughout the United States. Vinyl siding is made mostly of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) resin. It lasts longer than wood sidings, and is an alternative to aluminum, wood and stucco sidings. PVC siding is much less expensive than brick.
Vinyl siding doe not rot or harbor termites like wood sidings, or dent like aluminum sidings often will. It is a popular choice for home and building exteriors. A good quality vinyl siding that is installed correctly can provide protection from heat, rain and cold weather for several years.
Vinyl siding comes pre-painted from the manufacturer, providing builders and homeowners a variety of colors of which to choose. Some of the more popular colors include blue, sage, moss, cranberry, cream and standard white. There are also textures available that resemble wood cedar, redwoods and logs. Planks can be installed vertically to give a more contemporary look.
Cleaning is a breeze – an occasional wash with a hose and mild detergent will remove most grime and mold. Vinyl sidings do not need repainted for a long time, and some even come with 15 plus years of warranty against fading, cracking and chipping.
Vinyl siding is a good economical choice for today’s homeowners!