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Vinyl Siding

About Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding was first introduced to the exterior cladding market in the early 1960s and steadily grew in popularity over the next four decades because of its durability, versatility and ease of maintenance. The product is manufactured primarily with polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a material that gives it impact resistance, rigidity and strength.
PVC starts with two simple building blocks: chlorine (57%) from common salt and ethylene (43%) from natural gas. Most of the natural gas utilized to manufacture ethylene is domestically produced, which reduces consumption of imported oil products.
Today, vinyl siding is the number one choice of exterior cladding across the United States and Canada. In fact, U.S. Census Bureau statistics show twice as many homeowners side their homes with vinyl than with any other material. Vinyl siding is available in a broad palette of colors, profiles and architectural trim to assist architects, builders and homeowners in customizing their new construction and renovation designs, and can complement historical restoration projects.

While you’re here, explore and discover the possibilities that today’s vinyl siding offers.

Insulated Siding

Insulated siding is vinyl siding with rigid foam insulation that is laminated or permanently attached to the panel. In energy codes and energy efficiency programs, insulated siding is recognized as a form of “continuous insulation,” or insulation installed on the exterior of the building that helps reduce energy loss through framing or other building material.
The 2012 International Energy Conservation Code includes insulated siding among the materials that can be used as insulation outside the building to provide the required R-value (a measure of thermal resistance) for buildings in the coldest climates. Learn more about how insulated siding can meet the requirements of energy codes and various residential energy efficiency programs, including ENERGY STAR® Qualified Homes.
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Ceder Impressions Siding

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With three styles to choose from, Cedar Impressions offers wood-like appearance, design ability and performance.  Created from the texture and random sized of real cedar wood.  Though it looks like real wood it will not split, cup, twist, or streak like real wood can. All styles with a lifetime limited warranty.

Monogram Siding

Monogram Siding
Monogram is the first and only siding engineered with an integral installation guide on each panel to help precise installation for optimum siding performance.  Whether it’s a Victorian reproduction or a modern beach house get-away, today’s homeowners want the rich look of natural cedar without the expense and heavy maintenance.  Four Monogram styles to choosefrom.


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