8 Reasons to Choose Vinyl Siding for Your Home

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The exterior of your home is bound to see a lot of wear and tear over the years, so it’s important to protect it with a material that’s made to last. Vinyl siding is a great option that many homeowners should consider, especially if you’re looking to re-side your home before it gets too cold outside.

Rolox Home Services, LLC offers replacement vinyl siding for our customers. If you’re looking to find the best siding options for your house, look no further than vinyl siding and its benefits.

Benefits of Vinyl Siding

There are many reasons to choose vinyl siding for your home, especially considering all the benefits it has to offer. When it comes to house siding options and cost, replacement vinyl siding is a preferred option among many homeowners because of its high durability and long-term money savings.

1.     Low Maintenance

Nowadays, homeowners tend to reach for home features or products that are low maintenance because it saves them time and money. Vinyl siding happens to be the lowest maintenance option because it requires hardly any upkeep to maintain its brand-new appearance.

Many siding options, like wood or fiber cement, must be re-finished and painted to preserve their quality and keep them from looking shabby. Vinyl never needs to be touched up; in fact, vinyl will never peel, flake, or chip because the color penetrates throughout the material.

Any maintenance you’ll need to perform for your vinyl siding will be fast and easy. Vinyl is a non-porous material, so dirt can’t penetrate its surface. Because of this, dirt, algae, or other discoloration is easy to clean off with a mild soap and water from the garden hose.

As a highly low-maintenance product, vinyl siding offers longevity without requiring special care or frequent repair.

2.     Water-Resistant

Many siding options will become damaged over time from exposure to moisture. For example, wood siding easily swells and warps from humidity, and fiber cement siding is a porous material that easily absorbs moisture, leading to water damage.

Vinyl siding, on the other hand, will never rot. As a plastic material made of polyvinyl chloride, the siding is completely unaffected by water. It won’t absorb any moisture, preventing any growth of mold or mildew that would become a nuisance for your home.

For climates that experience extreme weather such as heavy rainfall, vinyl siding is a great option and will last for many years.

3.     Pest-Resistant

Vinyl siding is also resistant to pests, insects, and rodent activity. Wood siding is prone to being damaged by termites, ants, wasps, bees, and other wood-boring insects. Rodents can also more easily chew holes in wood siding and gain better access to the interior of your home.

For those living in rural or semi-rural areas, vinyl siding is the best siding for your house because it’s resistant to insect and rodent activity. Living in an area where insects or rodents are more active creates a higher priority to protect your home in the best way possible.

4.     Beauty and Versatility

Vinyl siding adds curb appeal and beauty to your home. It’s also a very versatile material and comes in a range of options. If you like the look of wood but want a higher quality material that’s made to last, vinyl siding can be made to look like any other siding and comes in almost every color or texture.

You can also accessorize vinyl siding by adding trims in various colors to further enhance the beauty of your home. Because vinyl is so versatile, it can be personalized to fit exactly what you want.

5.     Easy Installation

When purchased from a quality manufacturer, vinyl siding is made to snap neatly together with one panel attached to the other. It’s easier and a lot faster to install because of its perma-lock system and lightweight quality. With less labor and less time needed, this can save many homeowners money during the installation process.

6.     Environmentally Friendly

Vinyl siding will never rot or decompose, and any leftover siding pieces can be recycled rather than tossed in the garbage. It’s also incredibly easy to insulate because insulation conforms to the shape of the vinyl and creates a protective layer for your home.

With fewer air gaps, your home will feel warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. This allows for less energy usage and a lower utility bill for your family since your HVAC system won’t have to work as hard to maintain the temperature of your house.

7.     Money Savings

Vinyl siding can save you money for many different reasons. Your utility bill will be significantly lower, and you won’t have to budget for regular maintenance or repair. The product itself also tends to be cheaper, and because installation is so easy, you’ll save money during the installation process.

8.     Increase in Home Value

With the benefit of lower utility bills, low maintenance, beautiful appearance, and durability, vinyl siding is a great option for many homeowners who wish to increase the value of their home. If you ever decide to sell your home, vinyl siding will make your house more appealing to prospective buyers.

Replacement Vinyl Siding at Rolox

Rolox Home Services, LLC offers replacement vinyl siding services for those living in Wichita, Kansas, and Grandview, Missouri. We’ll service any home within 120 miles of our two office locations and offer financing options to fit your budget. For more information, contact us today at 1-800-950-3060.

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