Siding can dramatically improve the appearance of your home. Before making this important selection, consider the architectural style of your home, your tolerance for exterior maintenance, and your budget. Then choose the best product to fit your specific home, installed by American HVAC and Home Services siding team:
- Vinyl. Manufactured from PVC (polyvinyl chloride), vinyl siding claims the largest portion of the residential siding market. This is due to its two primary advantages: vinyl is a very affordable siding material, and it requires almost no maintenance. Because vinyl does not rot like wood, it does not need to be stained or painted. An impressive array of colors, styles and textures makes vinyl siding suitable for nearly every home design, from contemporary to historical. Its main drawbacks are a tendency to crack and melt, and environmental concerns.
- Aluminum. Aluminum siding is a sturdy and affordable alternative to vinyl. Like vinyl, it’s easy to maintain and durable. While aluminum can dent, scratch and may sometimes fade, it won’t crack the way vinyl will and it’s also recyclable.
- Hardie board. Derived from a mixture of cement, cellulose fiber and sand, fiber cement can be molded into planks that look like natural wood – yet unlike wood, it resists fire, insects, moisture, cracking and extreme weather conditions. Hardie board siding must be painted, but holds paint significantly longer than wood. However, its installed cost is considerably higher than vinyl and aluminum.
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