Benefits of Vinyl Siding
Vinyl siding has been one of the most popular siding materials in New England for decades, and for good reason. It is a wonderful siding option that keep homes protected from anything Mother Nature has to throw at them. If you are interested in learning more about why vinyl siding is such a great option, keeping reading below:
Vinyl siding is one of the least expensive siding materials to install, because it’s relatively cheap to manufacture and it’s ease of installation means it’s also inexpensive to install. If you are interested in replacing your home’s siding on a budget, vinyl siding is arguably the best choice.
Aesthetics & Customization
If you are interested in finding a siding option that can fulfill a particular aesthetic vision you have in mind for your home, vinyl siding is arguably the best option. Due to the high volume of manufacturers constructing vinyl siding, it is available in an enormous array of finishes and textures, meaning if you have a particular aesthetic vision in mind for your home, vinyl siding is the best choice to fulfill that vision. New vinyl siding looks fantastic, and can certainly boost your home’s curb appeal.
Durable & Weather Resistant
Vinyl siding is highly durable. When properly installed and maintained, vinyl siding can last up to 50 years. It is weather resistant, with resistance to warping, cracking, and molding. Additionally, vinyl siding is highly wind resistant, with most basic vinyl siding rated to withstand wind speeds of up to 110mph, making it a fantastic option for those windy Massachusetts days. There are also siding options that are rated to withstand over 200mph winds, meaning your home’s siding will be able to withstand hurricane force winds.
Vinyl siding also has the potential to help improve your home’s energy efficiency. While basic vinyl siding isn’t a great insulator, it is possible to get insulated vinyl siding that will help protect your home from unwanted energy loss.
Finally, vinyl siding is an extremely low maintenance siding option, requiring almost no maintenance after installation. After installation, the most maintenance you will likely need to do to maintain your siding is paint it on occasion if your finish begins to wear away, or wash off any dirt or grime with a hose and a bit of soap or vinegar if any mildew growth is occurring.
Contact Us Today
If you are interested in replacing your home’s siding, reach out to our team today to get started! We can be contacted over the phone at (978) 440-5020 or by filling out our online contact form. We look forward to hearing from you and assisting with your siding replacement needs!