Installing vinyl siding will instantly boost your home’s curb appeal. Because the color goes all the way through the material, you don’t need to worry about peeling, flaking, chipping, scratches and fading. This versatile siding option comes in a wide range of colors, styles and profiles. It also offers superior resistance against impact and the elements.
Despite all the benefits of vinyl siding, it’s still surrounding by a number of misconceptions. Learn what those are from one of the area’s leading residential and commercial roofing contractors.
Myth: Vinyl Siding Is Not Eco-Friendly
All kinds of materials have an impact on the environment around them. It’s just a matter of how they perform over time and what upkeep they require. Vinyl siding is long-lasting and doesn’t require as much maintenance. You also don’t need to use abrasive cleaners to maintain its looks. Since vinyl siding can last for decades, it helps prevent the use of contaminants, such as paint. Long-lasting materials help the environment.
Myth: Vinyl Siding Emits Dioxin
Dioxin is a harmful gas emitted when burning certain things. However, manufacturing vinyl siding doesn’t create this toxic gas. Also, the amount of dioxin that ends up in the atmosphere each year by vinyl siding is less than half of the total dioxin released into the atmosphere. At John Henderson Construction, LLC, we only use safe materials for your home. Besides siding installation, we also offer quality residential roof services.
Myth: Vinyl Siding Doesn’t Look Good
Today’s vinyl siding is nearly indistinguishable from real wood. Thanks to modern technology, vinyl siding has captured the details and textures of traditional wood clapboard and cedar shake shingles. You have various fade-resistant colors to choose from with this siding material.
Choose John Henderson Construction, LLC for your siding replacement project. We are also one of the best new roof installation companies in the area. Call us at (401) 615-2224 or (860) 415-4055. You may also fill out our contact form to request an estimate.