Vinyl Siding Replacement
Conventional non-insulated vinyl siding is a popular option for your homes exterior. For decades vinyl siding has assisted homeowners with reducing annual maintenance as well as offer an updated look to the exterior of the home. Most of the time, exterior house painting is a project that the do it yourself homeowners will take on with confidence. This work can be done affordably; however, it can take an extreme amount of time. Not to mention that Mother Nature doesn’t always work with your “free time.” In some cases this do it yourself project has been known to cost the average homeowner a summer or two of their precious ‘Free-Time.” Not to mention the hazards of climbing up and down ladders or the accidental spilling of paint all over your landscaping. Does this sound familiar??
Hiring a professional painting crew is a good option for those homeowners not skilled or ambitious enough to take on such a monumental task. However, over time this can add up to a very large and potentially on going expense that most homeowners don’t factor into their budgets.
Conventional vinyl siding eliminates the costs associated with long term maintenance of your homes exterior.
Conventional non-insulated vinyl siding has unique physical features that are easily identifiable.
• Lightweight: Due to the hollow back of this exterior material as well as the limited chemical components used to manufacture vinyl siding, it is lighter in weight than wood or aluminum options. The lightweight material is easily handled by one person and is quite flexible.
• Thin width: Conventional non-insulated vinyl siding is much thinner than wood or aluminum siding options and in most cases can be installed without the need of expensive power tools. Depending on the gauge thickness of the panel in many cases it can be cut with a sharp scissors.
• Complex patterns and textures: Due to the fact that conventional vinyl siding doesn’t usually have any type of backing, manufacturers finds it easy to create complex shapes and styles, such as the shingle and shake style sidings. This offers more character choices for your homes exterior and will help your home stand apart from other houses in the neighborhood.