Vinyl Siding East Syracuse NY

Vinyl siding has become very popular with people who want to improve the appearance of their buildings, while at the same time enjoy a low maintenance exterior cladding. It is manufactured to last years without rotting, cracking, or needing a paint job, and comes in a wide variety of styles and colors to match most architectural and historic styles.


1 . Local Companies

A-Z CONTRACTING
315-877-8921
519 boyden st
syracuse, NY
Allcraft Home Improvement Incorporated
(315) 488-2860
4466 Makyes Rd
Syracuse, NY
Robbins Rarities Ltd
(315) 682-6071
109 Wesley St
Manlius, NY
Peter Apgar
Craftsman Home Inspection Service

315-278-3143
1437 Lancaster Avenue
Syracuse, NY
CNY Concrete Countertops by Millard Enterprises LLC
315-458-4112
333 Garden City Dr
NY, NY
SJC REMODELING
315-254-1724
309 saltmakers rd
liverpool, NY
G & J Home Remodeling Co Inc
(315) 422-2978
710 Kirkpatrick St
Syracuse, NY
Savvy Staging
315-436-3941
P O B ox 12
Warners, NY
Vic Lisi
JVA Construction Services LLC

315-727-6707
8387 Zenith dr
Baldwinsville, NY
Excel Quest Construction Services Corp.
315-635-5964
106 Wilkinson Place
Baldwinsville, NY
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2 . What Is Vinyl Siding?

Vinyl siding has been in use for over forty years and has become one of the favorite choices for exterior cladding. In fact, in the USA, twice as many people choose vinyl siding for their homes than any other material, according to the US Census Bureau. The main component used in the manufacturing of vinyl siding is polyvinyl chloride, and vinyl siding sold through reputable dealers should have been passed for its ability to maintain its color and be weatherproof in most weather conditions. Ask your supplier if the vinyl siding you are considering purchasing has been accredited by a reputable institute.

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3 . What Are The Benefits Of Using Vinyl Siding?

The benefits of vinyl siding are its versatility and attractiveness, as well as its ease of maintenance, and it can be used on new buildings as well as to cover existing structures. It is often chosen by professional contractors because of its durability, flexibility, and long lasting qualities in addition to the ease of installation and maintenance. Vinyl siding which is accredited by the Vinyl Siding Institute - look for the name on the product information - has been checked for its ability to withstand wind, impact, and weather conditions, and for its qualities of non-fading colors.

With vinyl siding, the color goes all through the material, so it doesn't fade like aluminum siding. That means you don't have to paint your home or building every few years to maintain its good looks. Also, vinyl siding doesn't dent, so if your child hits it with a football, it won't leave a lasting impression!

In addition, vinyl siding is generally mold and mildew resistant, and a good wash with the garden hose or a power washer will usually clean it off, along with any residue from soil splashes, etc.

Also, if applying vinyl siding to an older home, there is an opportunity to add a plastic weather barrier or insulation to the walls before putting on the vinyl siding. This will increase the insulation properties of the home, helping to keep it warm in winter and cool in summer, thereby cutting those heating and air-conditioning bills.

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4 . How About Cost?

When looking at home improvements, it is a good idea to decide whether the cost of the project will add at least a similar amount of value to the home, or other building it is being used on. One of the benefits of vinyl siding is that it is cost effective - vinyl siding costs less than most other exterior claddings - and it also is attractive to prospective purchasers of a home. This raises the value of your home, in many cases, considerably more than the actual cost of cladding the building in vinyl siding. Some studies have shown that cladding a house in vinyl siding costs less than cladding with brick, stone, stucco, fiber cement, or wood siding.

Also, as mentioned earlier, installing vinyl siding on an existing finish allows for adding insulation and plastic building wrap under the siding. This helps insulate the home and save money on heating bills.

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