04:00PM | 01/20/03
Member Since: 12/08/02
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Does anyone here have any experience (good or bad) with Wolverine Millenium vinyl siding? I'm getting ready to order this type of siding for my old 19th century house and want to be sure I'm not missing anything.


04:39PM | 01/20/03
Member Since: 01/03/03
97 lifetime posts
wolverine makes great siding use their products in good faith. If you are looking into manufacturers check out certainteed as well they are among the best. Good luck with your home


04:37AM | 01/21/03
Member Since: 12/08/02
18 lifetime posts
Thanks. My contractor uses Certainteed shingles, Certainteed & Wolverine siding and Reynolds windows. I was fairly certain that since he chooses what I've always considered to be high-quality products (Certainteed) for his roofing and siding, that Wolverine must be pretty good, too.

They're installing the Millenium, a cable-hung vinyl siding, which allows them to nail the siding tight to the exterior rather than having to worry about only nailing partway. Hopefully, we'll be pleased for a very long time with this choice. =)


05:49PM | 01/21/03
Millenium is a fine product however, if quality is high on your list you may also want to look into Charter Oak Siding from Alside. It is considered on of the best on the market.


07:32PM | 01/21/03
Member Since: 01/03/03
97 lifetime posts
I'm sure everything will go smooth as glass. good luck on your project


08:51PM | 10/24/13
Millennium XL is excellent siding. It is the only siding panel made with a 100% no blow off warranty. Its mostly a private label panel now distributed though controlled channels to protect the integrity of the panel.


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