Even with all the high-end options, vinyl siding still remains cheaper than both wood and stone siding. When you choose to buy vinyl siding you have many options for both low and high quality materials. It is strongly suggested that you choose the highest quality materials you can afford as this will lead to the longer lifespan. Some things to consider when choosing options include, the cost of house wrap or tarpaper, Styrofoam backed vinyl, and the cost of installation. These are all things that will increase the total cost of your vinyl siding, however they lead to increased efficiency and longevity; while still coming in at a lower cost than other alternatives.
Although there is no question that both stone and brick are the most durable siding options, when choosing something that is inexpensive vinyl will always come in first. Vinyl never needs repainting, and when you buy new vinyl you’ll find that its pigment is completely baked into the vinyl; not just the surface. Therefore any dance stings or scratches and be invisible. Vinyl is also more durable, and stronger than wood siding. It lasts much longer than both aluminum and wood siding.
There is zero maintenance associated with vinyl siding. When you buy vinyl siding its pigment is baked in and thus never needs repainting. It will never chip, is very dent resistant, and whether his extremely well.
The Perfect Choice for a DIY Homeowner
If you are a weekend warrior, or just an ambitious homeowner installing vinyl siding could not be easier. Depending on the size of your house it can be done in a day or a few weekends. The materials are light, easily cut, and most importantly easily installed. Vinyl siding requires no special tools, or even a high degree of skill. When you buy new vinyl it will come with the instructions necessary for easy installation. In fact because vinyl siding uses an interlocking mechanism to lock the panels in place you need a little more than a hammer and nails to install it.
Easily Adaptable to Nearly Any Building Style
Because vinyl is patterned after wood siding when you decide to buy vinyl siding you will be offered the same choices that are available in wood siding. This includes architectural elements such as soffits, fascia, and corner boards. The sky really is the limit when choosing an architectural style for your new vinyl siding.
Vinyl Siding Buzz
Vinyl siding was not always well received by the public, in fact it was looked at as a tacky and inexpensive solution for covering large amounts of houses. Nowadays however because vinyl siding has taken on so many exciting new looks and characteristics this attitude has completely changed. It is now considered a very modern architectural element that can be adapted to fit many styles.
Interested in vinyl siding? Contact Medina Exteriors today, (330)591-4040
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