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Vinyl Siding Clapboard
Clapboard Standard Lap Styles Range From Double 4" to Double 6"
Dutch Lap
Dutch Lap Standard Lap Styles Range From Double 4" to Double 6"
Vinyl Siding Triple 3"
Lap Style Triple 3"
Foam Backed Siding
Foam Backed Panel Single Lap Styles Range From 6" - 8" - Foam Backing Is Available In Most Other Lap Styles

Speciality Shapes

Siding Shakes
Simulated Wood Shakes
Machine Sawn Siding Shakes
Machine Sawn Shakes
Vinyl Siding Scallops
Simulated Wood Scallops
Vertical Siding
Beaded Vertical Siding

    Most vinyl siding manufactures can offer you any of the panels listed to the right. All vinyl siding panels vary in length, width, and thickness, Length Sizes typically range from 12' to 25'. (The longer the panel is the less seams you will have.) Width Sizes are typically 6" to 10" (width sizes are personal preference obviously the wider the panel the quicker the install) Thickness  Ranges from .038 mil to .054 mil (the thicker the panel the stronger the panel is.)

General Vinyl Siding Information

Vinyl Siding is an excellence choice for siding based on its strength and versatility for multiple climates and long-lasting quality.

Three Parts to Vinyl Siding

  • Nail Hem: is at the top of the panel-where the slots are located.
  • Face: The outward facing side the lap Style
  • Butt lock: Is at the bottom and locks into the next panel when installed.

What Is Vinyl Siding Made Of ? Vinyl Siding is made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and has begun to be used in construction more and more all the time. They can be fashioned to resemble wood. The average width of Vinyl Siding ranges from 6 inches to 10 inches. However, other various lengths and widths are available. Scratches are rarely visible, since the PVC that the siding is composed of is solid all the way through. Vinyl Siding is similar in many properties to aluminum, such as weight and density. However unlike aluminum  vinyl does not dent. And besides aesthetic repair  scratched vinyl siding does not rust and will not ruin the integrity of your siding. Vinyl Siding can be installed in nearly any climate installations in colder climates can be difficult. Aluminum, Steel, and Wood Siding Can take a long time to re-install if damaged, which is untrue of Vinyl Siding.

Will It Burn ? Vinyl’s temperature at which it ignites is very high (736 F). It has half the burn time of cedar and burns one third as hard. If I fire occurs in a house with Vinyl Siding people can expect more time to get out.

Maintaining Vinyl Siding: Vinyl Siding is by far the easiest exterior home covering to clean, repair and maintain in general. You’ll want to occasionally wash mildew, mold, dirt and dust from your vinyl, but other than that little care is necessary. When you do clean your siding, clean it with a soft cloth or toothbrush normal everyday soaps you might already have in your kitchen are fine to use (Soft Scrub) works wonders for cleaning vinyl siding. Remember that though as it is  vinyl can melt. Keep grills, candles and other sources of heat far enough away from your home

Foam Backer Board: Most vinyl siding manufactures also make a foam backer board to help with insulating the exterior wall as well as providing extra support for the siding. There is a Contour Fit That will match your vinyl siding contour - There is also Fan fold insulation which is a 1/4' to 1/2" thick flat foam backer applied to exterior wall before siding is installed.

House Wrap: Before installation of vinyl siding the exterior should be wrapped with a moisture barrier. This moisture barrier prevents any moisture/condensation that forms behind the panel from getting to the structural wood in your wall and causing rot or mold.