Within the past several years, vinyl siding has become one of the most common siding types out there and it is a siding that we stand behind and cannot recommend enough! Here are our reasons why we stand behind vinyl siding!

 

Variety:

Vinyl siding comes in a variety of colors and styles and with the help of technology, vinyl can be made to look like other types of siding such as wood. Along with this, you can choose to have your siding laid horizontally or vertically. The options for vinyl are endless!

Vinyl Siding Types

 

Low Maintenance:

Unlike other types of siding, vinyl does not require a lot of maintenance. There is no need to repaint or do routine checkups. For a longer lifetime, we recommend that you wash your vinyl siding every year to remove any debris and see if there are any damages.

Home pressure washing vinyl siding

 

Durability:

What makes vinyl siding different from the others is just how durable it is. Vinyl siding will not rot and will keep out any pests that might want to try to get into your home. Before vinyl siding starts showing some wear and tear it can last at least 20 years.

Home installing Vinyl Siding
 

Cost:

Out of all the siding options out there, vinyl siding is the inexpensive option. As stated above in durability, vinyl siding has a long life expectancy, which means, it’s not subjected to constant maintenance and repairs. Vinyl siding is easier to install, because of this, labor costs on average are not as high as other types of siding.

Home installing Vinyl Siding
 

We hope our blog post helped answer any vinyl siding question that you might have. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a time for one of our project consultants come look at your windows, please give us a call at 215-918-8523. 

 

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