10 Reasons to Reconsider Vinyl Siding

Today's vinyl siding products can mimic wood, insulate your home, and even stand up to tornado-force winds, making them a highly desirable exterior cladding option.

  1. Woodn't Ya Know

    Vinyl Shingles

    These shingles by NuCedar Mills offer the same warmth, texture and variance of natural wood because they're milled (not molded), tapered and squared. And while they may look like lumber, these vinyl shingles won’t absorb any water, are impervious to insects, and can withstand 200 mph winds.


  2. Cool and Quiet

    Insulated Siding

    Haven Insulated Siding by Royal is an energy-efficient cladding that comes in over 15 vibrant colors. It reflects radiant heat and reduces thermal conductivity to help keep your house cool. The siding also reduces noise by up to 45 percent - perfect for blocking your neighbor's garage band.


  3. Better Board and Batten

    Foam Siding

    CedarBoards Insulated Siding by Certainteed saves energy, absorbs sound, and has superior impact-resistance thanks to its "foam insulation" technology that encapsulates your home in a warm blanket. All that while maintaining the classic look of natural wood.


  4. Strong and Steady

    Siding Panels

    The Signature Supreme siding by Gentek Building Products provides superior strength and rigidity with its .044" panel thickness, rolled nail hem, and deep 5/8" butt height. Its new PowerLok locking system keeps each panel in place for greater wind resistance - and its clean lines bring a touch of elegance to any exterior.


  5. Style Statement

    Scalloped Siding

    Not all vinyl siding needs to be linear. The Grand River Scallops by Mitten feature scalloped panels that add interesting architectural detail to your home’s exterior. The product resists warping and color fading, and hides scratches because the color goes all the way through the panel.


  6. Won't Fade Away

    Fake Cedar

    The Cedarbrook exterior cladding siding products, of Heartland Siding by ProVia, offer a distinct wood etching intended to replicate natural cedar. The half-inch thick cut shakes are available in nine shades with UV inhibitors that help keep colors rich.


  7. Don't Skirt Away

    Vinyl Skirting

    Parkside Vinyl Skirting by Georgia-Pacific Vinyl Siding provides a classic, finishing touch to outdoor cladding. The vinyl skirting comes with built-in center vents and is made with a low-maintenance material that can be easily washed clean with a garden hose.


  8. Stronger Than a Storm

    Strong Siding

    Quest Siding by Mastic Home Exteriors is capable of sustaining tornado-force winds of up to 240 mph. Available in a variety of weather-resistant colors, this siding stays straight with extra rigidity in three critical areas: the nail hem, the panel projection, and the locking system.


  9. Branch Out

    Fake Log Cabin

    Adirondack by Abtco Vinyl Siding mimics the rustic look of real log siding, which can be expensive and difficult to install. This siding comes in four colors that capture the charm of authentic wood siding through a texture-molding process. Anyone in the market for a log cabin?


  10. Foam Fun

    Insulating Vinyl

    Prodigy from Alside has a precisely contoured, insulating foam underlayment that’s up to 1.5-inches thick, making it the thickest foam in the market. This siding offers a surface texture that feels like milled lumber, the rigidity of wood and exceptional resistance to heat flow.


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