Vinyl siding was first introduced to the exterior cladding market in the early 1960’s and steadily grew in popularity over the next four decades because of its look, value, durability, versatility and ease of maintenance.

The product is manufactured primarily with polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a material that gives it impact resistance, rigidity and strength.  PVC starts with two simple building blocks: chlorine (57%) from common salt and ethylene (43%) from natural gas.  Most of the natural gas utilized to manufacture ethylene is domestically produced, which reduces consumption of imported oil products.

Vinyl siding is available in a broad palette of colors, profiles and architectural trim to assist architects, builders and homeowners in customizing their new construction and renovation designs and can complement historical restoration projects as well.


  • Clapboard
  • Dutchlap
  • Beaded
  • Vertical
  • Faux Cedar
    • Molded to look like real wood
      • Perfection shingle
      • Half round shingle
      • Rough split shake
        • Staggered
        • Straight edge

Vinyl Siding Benefits:

  • It allows for additional insulation improving the energy efficiency of your home
  • Newer technology includes air sealing techniques applied from the exterior that help reduce air loss and create fuel savings regardless of whether you are cooling or heating your home
  • Ensure an airtight seal with reinforced tape over the seams
  • A heavy duty stainless steel starter strip is used instead of wood for ensured durability and longevity
  • Backed by outstanding manufacturer warranty coverage
  • Helps keep homes green and scores well on tough environmental measures in all processes
    • Manufacturing
    • Transportation
    • Installation
    • Service life
    • Waste management