Financial Impact

  • Vinyl Siding Makes Financial Sense. Ask Your Wallet.

    Upfront Financial Benefits

    Vinyl siding is relatively less expensive initially because it costs less to install than wood, fiber cement and many other types of siding.

    Long-term Financial Benefits

    Vinyl siding is less costly over time because maintenance expenses are virtually non-existent. You don’t need to repaint or restain it like wood. In fact there’s barely any upkeep at all, other than the occasional hose shower.

    Energy financial benefits

    Insulated siding’s high R-value (resistance to heat) will keep energy costs manageable, giving you naturally cooler summers and efficiently warmer winters.

    Vinyl siding is also easier on the environment than you think. How much easier? Find out more about vinyl siding’s environmental impact.

    We strongly recommend walking/driving around your neighborhood to see how different home siding styles work (and don’t work). Before you fuel up, you also have the convenience of seeing an array of cool and complementary siding styles in our gallery.

    Home design inspiration comes from the line of a vase, how the dusky sun hits your porch and the first impression your home makes from the rear yard, the side street, the curb. There’s more inspiration where that came from on our Design Your Home page.