Give Your House a Dramatic
Makeover With Durable,
Of all the different exterior siding choices available today, vinyl siding stand out for the excellent value they offer. This material sheds moisture rather than absorbing it. It won’t support mold or mildew; nor will it succumb to moisture damage. Vinyl siding is designed to look good for many years, retaining its original color despite extreme exposure to the elements. It also delivers this impressive performance without requiring any maintenance. Your installation expense is your only expense. New siding, along with a well-maintained roof, can increase your home’s value and dramatically improve your home’s curb appeal. Home Exteriors is your one-stop source.
What We Offer
- Free Estimates for our vinyl siding
- We offer a monthly payment plan to fit your budget.
- Custom vinyl siding made in four to six weeks.
- Home Exteriors has a large selection of custom colors to choose from.
- We carry a large selection of architectural accents to enhance your home’s exterior.
More Reasons to Choose Custom Vinyl Siding
- We come to you with free in-home consultations and estimates.
- Rich, natural cedar grain texture.
- 23 low gloss colors for a deep, natural look.
- Adds up to 19% more R-Value.
- Superior Insulation and Energy Savings.
- Increases comfort inside the home.
- Repels termites and carpenter ants.
- Reduces noise up to 45%.
- Category 5 hurricane rated.
- 300% More Impact Resistant than standard siding.
- Trim packages made to match your new siding.
- Professional factory trained installers.
- Exclusive, Life Of The Home Warranty.
- Life of the Home Fade Warranty.
- No fine print to the warranty.
Don’t Forget New Windows!
Old windows stand out like a sore thumb when a house gets new siding. Older windows also waste energy, compromise interior comfort and require regular painting. For the ultimate exterior makeover, consider having replacement windows installed along with your new siding.
Having new windows and siding installed at the same time will likely cost less than having the two projects done separately, especially if both are completed by the same contractor. With possible features like low-e, argon-filled insulated glass and advanced vinyl construction, you’ll get maximum energy savings and totally maintenance-free windows.
Vinyl Siding Can Look As Good As Real Wood
Made primarily from PVC (polyvinyl chloride) resins, vinyl siding was first manufactured in the 1950s, but the widespread use of this siding material didn’t begin until the late 1970s. Vinyl siding offers the advantages of zero maintenance, immunity to mold and moisture damage and plenty of styles and colors to choose from. In better-quality vinyl siding, a wood-grain surface texture can make the product look surprisingly like real wood. Better grades of vinyl siding also tend to be thicker, for improved rigidity and greater impact resistance.
Because PVC expands and contracts significantly in response to temperature changes, it can’t be solidly nailed to wall sheathing. Instead, each course of siding “floats” on slotted nailing fins.
Foam Insulation Can Provide Energy Savings When Installing New Siding
If you’re planning to have vinyl siding installed, it’s smart to ask about rigid foam insulation that can be installed beneath or integrally with the siding. Rigid foam insulation is made in different thicknesses and comes in large panels.
This added layer of insulation improves the R-value of your exterior walls, helping your house to retain heat during winter months, and keeping heat out during the hotter months. A layer of rigid foam insulation can be installed beneath the new siding, or you can buy your siding with the foam already attached to each siding course or panel.
Well-Crafted Trim Details Complete Your Exterior Transformation
The overall impression created by new siding is as much about trim details as it is the siding itself. In a truly professional installation, the corner trim, J-channels, soffit panels, gutters, and downspouts all look good together. Compatible colored caulks and sealants should also be used. Make sure to discuss these details along with your siding choices when planning your new siding installation.