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Benefits of Vinyl Siding

Posted on June 1, 2015

Vinyl Siding

Owning a home can keep you busy. There is a lawn to mow and hedges to trim, lightbulbs to replace and floors to mop. Of course, there is also plenty of maintenance for the structure itself. Dreading your Saturdays because it means hours of painting? Professional vinyl siding installation can save you a lot of work now and expense later.

Why Choose Vinyl?

Vinyl siding can give your home a freshly painted look in a wide selection of colors. You should never have to stain or paint it because the materials are guaranteed not to fade. Most warranties on the product last for at least 50 years, and some even longer.

Thick vinyl is made to conceal imperfections. If your children are a little aggressive with the kickball, you won’t have a dent to show for it. There isn’t much maintenance to perform other than perhaps spraying it off with the hose. Vinyl is also made to resist the effects of weather. Look for materials with the anti-weathering agent titanium oxide.

Can I Install ItMyself?

With proper siding installation, your new surface should last for decades. An experienced contractor understands how the vinyl will expand and contract with temperature fluctuations. As a result, he or she knows how to install the pieces so they have room to move slightly.

When looking for a contractor, ask potential candidates for examples of their work. Then, check up on them. What should you look for?

  • Straight lines. Particularly pay attention around windows, doors and corners;the panels should be perfectly aligned from one side to the other.

  • Clean edges. The panel edges should be precise, with mitered corners. Caulking should be smooth.t

  • Corrosion-resistant nails. Rusty nails will leave unattractive orange spots; be sure they use hot-dipped galvanized nails.

Siding installation done the correct way can give your home a new lookand provide you with a maintenance-free home exterior. So you can get back to the yard, the garden, the garage…