Vinyl siding is a popular choice among homeowners because it strikes an attractive balance between easy maintenance, low cost, and a relatively long lifespan. But not all vinyl siding products are the same, so when considering vinyl for your siding replacement project, make sure it has built-in insulation.
The challenge with producing building material for a territory as wide as North America is the climate diversity. James Hardie recognizes the need for different siding for different climates, which is why they developed the HardieZone® system.
Changing your siding color doesn’t just boost its curb appeal or increase your satisfaction with your home, it can also potentially increase its value. In fact, Remodeling Magazine’s 2017 Cost vs Value Report lists siding replacement among the top ten home remodeling projects with the most recoupable cost – up to 76.4%.
James Hardie fiber cement siding makes for a great investment. Thanks to its many benefits, it’s the best siding option for you and your home.
Insulated vinyl is one of the eco-friendly siding options on the market today. With its exceptional insulating properties, you can ensure energy savings and indoor comfort for years. DryTech Roofing shares three compelling reasons to choose this type of material for your next siding project.