Rosemeyer Roofing takes care of your home from top to bottom with high-quality roofing materials and new house siding. Vinyl siding represents a durable and beautiful material that’s popular among homeowners all across America. Vinyl is a resilient type of plastic that protects your home from the elements. Rosemeyer Roofing discusses the advantages of new vinyl siding on your house as a major home improvement project.
Beautiful and Versatile Colors
Vinyl siding comes in a wide range of colors, including neutral shades, dark tones, and bright colors. White is the most popular color among homeowners because it goes with any other color. White vinyl siding makes it easy to choose complementary colors for shutters, trim, decking, railings, and more. Neutral colors, such as beige, gray, black, or navy blue, complement other neutral colors. You can also go all out with bright colors, such as yellow, green, or red, to make an instant first impression with curb appeal.
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Vinyl siding is the most durable type of siding after brick or stone masonry. Vinyl withstands extreme temperatures, high winds, hail, and rain. Vinyl siding deters pests and insects, especially termites that love to munch on wood. Also unlike wood, this type of siding doesn’t split, rot, or crack due to moisture. Vinyl siding can last for 30 years or more.
Vinyl siding typically comes with a manufacturer’s warranty that guarantees the product is free from defects. Many vinyl siding warranties offer excellent coverage, ranging from 20-year warranties to lifetime warranties, depending on the manufacturer. Some manufacturers allow you to transfer a warranty to the next homeowner if you decide to sell your home.
Vinyl siding needs very little maintenance over its lifetime. You don’t need to repaint it because it doesn’t chip away like painted wood or brick siding. All you need is to clean it with water once a year with a garden hose. Power washing with pressurized water scrubs away the dirt and grime that might accumulate over time, leaving your vinyl siding looking like new again.
Vinyl siding has the lowest cost per square foot compared to other building materials such as brick, stone, and fiber cement. That’s because vinyl siding is relatively easy to install, and the materials cost less than other types of siding. When you sell your home shortly after new siding installation, you also recoup your investment by adding to the home’s sale price. New siding can lower your utility bills when combined with exterior wall insulation.
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Vinyl Siding from Rosemeyer Roofing
Rosemeyer Roofing installs new vinyl siding on homes across the Greater Cincinnati area of southwestern Ohio and southeastern Indiana. Call us at (812) 637-2062 in Indiana or (513) 738-4992 in Ohio for more information. Or, contact us through our online portal.