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Vinyl Siding | Unlimited Choices

Beauty. Durability. Low maintenance. Green peformance. Value.

Vinyl siding helps create homes and neighborhoods with distinctive style and unique character that appeal to homebuyers and homeowners alike. And helps build communities of undeniable attraction and lasting value.

Look around. You'll soon discover why America sides with vinyl more than any other exterior cladding.

Beauty

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Any look — historic to contemporary — can be achieved with today's vinyl siding. Vinyl and other polymeric siding have the widest array of profile offerings of any other exterior cladding including:

  • Horizontal and vertical panels
  • Shakes, scallops, shingles, fishscales
  • Traditional clapboard
  • Dutchlap
  • Beaded designs

Vinyl and other polymeric siding are available in a broad and ever increasing spectrum of solid and variegated colors including bold, rich tones like barn reds, hunter and sage greens, deep blues and more. Nearly 325 colors are certified to meet the ASTM standards for color retention, so you can be sure the shades you select will resist major color changes in a variety of climates.

Durability

Of course, exterior cladding has to look good for today's discerning homeowners, but it also has a vitally important job to perform – protecting a home from the elements.

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With the ability to withstand high winds (certified up to 110 mph or higher) and a composition that resists heat, cold and moisture, certified vinyl siding retains its great looks over time.

Vinyl siding never needs paint. Ever. The only maintenance it will need is a simple wash with a soft cloth and garden hose to keep it looking great, a feature today's strapped-for-time homeowners really appreciate!

Quality

What's the best way to prove a product will perform as promised? Independent testing. It's why the Vinyl Siding Institute (VSI) established the VSI Product Certification Program.

Administered by Architectural Testing, Inc. of York, PA, the program allows manufacturers to certify with independent, third-party verification that their products meet or exceed the testing requirements specified in the industry standard for quality — ASTM D3679. In addition, manufacturers can certify their product colors meet the ASTM D6864 or D7251 standards for color retention, so you can be sure the vinyl siding you select will resist major color changes in a variety of climates.

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Another key test of quality is how long manufacturers are willing to warrant their products. Warranties offered by vinyl manufacturers typically last a lifetime and can be transferred to the next owner.

Green Performance

Today's vinyl siding, the most popular choice for exterior cladding in the United States and Canada, delivers recognized environmental benefits to help make and keep homes green.

Throughout the processes of manufacturing, transportation, installation, service life and waste management, vinyl siding scores well on tough environmental measures.

What's more, vinyl siding has the potential to contribute to achieving more points than other exterior cladding in the leading green building certification programs including the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED® for New Construction and LEED® Homes Rating Systems and the ANSI approved ICC 700 National Green Building Standard™.

Low Maintenance

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Beauty. Durability. Green Performance. There are many attributes of today's vinyl siding that drive its success as the most popular exterior cladding, and low maintenance is likely the one homeowners value most.

Vinyl and other polymeric siding demand the least amount of time and resources to maintain. And to time-starved homeowners, we are glad to have one less thing to worry about!

Vinyl and other polymeric siding offer all the character and charm of wood siding without maintenance worries, rotting, splitting or insect damage. And they never need paint.

Value

Today's vinyl siding adds value to homes and is the building material of choice for developers, contractors, and homeowners associations.

The value-added advantages of vinyl siding include its low total installed cost – lower than all other exterior cladding because vinyl siding goes up faster and doesn't need painting.

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Safety

Safe homes use fire-safe claddings, which include vinyl siding. Why does vinyl siding provide good fire performance? It is composed mainly of polyvinyl chloride, more commonly known as vinyl or PVC. Due to its chlorine base, vinyl siding does not ignite quickly and is inherently flame-retardant.

What's more, the facts show that exterior cladding is involved in only a fraction of all residential fires. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, only 4 in 100 house fires start on the outside of a structure and fewer than 2 of 100 house fires originate with the exterior wall surface.

Additionally, vinyl meets the stringent National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requirements. The NFPA Electrical Code recognizes the strong fire-safe characteristics of vinyl through its approved use as a residential wiring insulator. Millions of homes have been wired using safe vinyl-sheathed electrical systems for decades.

Historic Restoration

As a modern technology, is vinyl siding suited for historic renovation? Perfectly. And it has been used again and again.

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In fact, advances in technology have made vinyl siding an ideal choice for historic restoration projects. Vinyl siding is now available in a wide selection of trim, period colors, and other historic building elements created to match specific historic periods and styles.

The carefully designed and engineered panels so closely replicate the natural look of clapboard that even close up they're difficult to distinguish from real wood. And special trim and accessories are specifically designed to match architectural styles. It's no surprise that in community after community, vinyl siding has been upheld as in line with historic restoration standards.

Best of all, vinyl siding offers all the character and charm of traditional wood siding at a greater, long lasting, low maintenance value.

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