Vinyl siding

Vinyl is a popular choice because it eliminates the problems
typically associated with other forms of siding. Homes using Vinyl
siding boast less cracking, fading, warping, and buckling. All of this
means that your home’s exterior will maintain its look for much, much
longer. Just like paint, Vinyl siding is available in a variety of
colours and textures — it can also be made to imitate wood or cedar
shake, brick, and even rustic log homes!

As a cost-effective and low-maintenance option, Vinyl siding is
becoming increasingly popular with many homeowners. It’s
energy-efficient and can be EnergyStar certified with foam backing. The extra foam backing results in 4x more insulation than regular siding offers, meaning you pay less money for heating.

Choose your style from many different kinds of vinyl siding available in the marketplace today.

Horizontal Siding: Clapboard Vinyl Siding & Dutch Lap/Cove Vinyl Siding

The most common type of vinyl siding seen on homes today
is Horizontal siding. There are 2 main profiles: clapboard and Dutch
Lap, which is also known as Cove.

Vinyl width

Each manufacturer has their own specific panel widths. They’re
distinguished by a letter followed by the width of each bevel on the
panel, such as D4.5″ or T3”.

More vinyl options

There are a few other specialty claddings outside of horizontal vinyl
siding: vertical vinyl siding, board & batten, and vinyl shingles.

Vinyl & aluminum soffit

There are also many different options of soffit available for your home’s exterior you can choose from:

  • Beaded Vinyl Soffit
  • Standard Vinyl Soffit
  • Aluminum Soffit