Vinyl vs. Wood Siding
Maintenance – Wood siding, although durable, needs to be painted over. It does not need to be cleaned as much as vinyl siding. Vinyl siding never needs to be painted, and is virtually maintenance free. It needs to be cleaned once a year.
Price – Wood siding is much more expensive than vinyl siding. Although it may last longer, the price alone may scare you away. Vinyl, however, mocks the look and warmth of wood without going over your budget.
Quality – Wood looks great when first installed, but over the years it will flake or rot. When this happens, you may have to replace shingles which becomes very costly. Vinyl siding is constructed from PVC which will not rot, and remains durable and in shape for years.
Appearance – Vinyl siding has a unique appearance. When it comes to the exterior of your home, you should not have to compromise quality for looks. It comes in a wide variety of lengths and styles including – shake, scallops, fish scales and lap siding. Colors range from deep to pastel tones. With wood siding, it comes in various types like fir, cedar, pine, spruce and redwood. Although wood may have a beautiful appearance, every 5 to 10 years it needs to be painted. Not only is the wood siding itself expensive, but the amount of painting that needs to restore the exterior look adds up.
So if you are interested in learning more about vinyl siding, do not hesitate to contact us! We will provide you with the information that you need to determine if vinyl siding is right for your home. With the shiny, beautiful exterior of vinyl and the low cost – what’s more to love from a siding? With one-hundred percent financing and no money down or interest for a year, you have nothing to lose!
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