Out of the 840,000 documented single-family homes constructed in 2018, there were 215,000 dwellings that used vinyl as the siding material. That’s roughly 26%, making vinyl the leading cladding option for 25 years now. So what does this mean for siding companies? More importantly, how does this ranking affect you as a homeowner?
In this article, siding and window replacement company Woodbridge Home Exteriors takes a closer look at vinyl siding and discusses what makes it the leading choice for residential cladding material.
Vinyl siding has been the top cladding choice for 25 years because it offers many benefits that other siding options can’t surpass. Let’s take a look at the main selling points of the modern vinyl siding.
Durability – this is what all homeowners look for in any home improvement product. Durability is the mark of a high-quality product. In short, a durable product is a product worth investing in. Unlike its predecessors, modern siding is made of safe materials such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and titanium dioxide. When combined, these materials make vinyl siding sturdy.
Ease of Application – vinyl siding may have gotten more durable, but that didn’t take away from the ease with which the product can be applied. This is why almost all siding companies offer vinyl.
Style Variety – vinyl siding is available in a wide array of textures, finishes, colors, and styles. There’s a vinyl siding option for every homeowner, no matter the style preference. Being able to cater to such a diverse range of preferences gives vinyl siding an advantage over other cladding materials.
Eco-Friendly – more and more siding manufacturers are heeding the demand for eco-friendly siding options. Today’s vinyl siding comes in variants that contain natural materials and pigments.
Choose Vinyl Siding for Your Home
Woodbridge Home Exteriors offers high-quality vinyl siding that will complement your home’s aesthetics. We also offer replacement windows and other home exterior products. Call us today at (800) 728-3502 to schedule an appointment. We serve Arlington, Levelland, and Waco, TX.