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Vinyl siding is made primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin and is used to cover the exterior of a house. It was introduced in the 1950s to replace aluminum siding, which would often corrode and could be easily damaged. Today’s vinyl siding consists of two layers – the top, a capstock that is resistant to UV rays and the bottom, a substrate layer made with limestone for reinforcement.

Vinyl siding is built to last a long time, however, the warranty period depends on what type of siding you use and who installs it. Many warranties will last about 40 years, but some are lifetime guaranteed.

Vinyl siding requires virtually no maintenance. It never needs to be painted, however, to keep it looking fresh, our siding installation experts suggest washing it at least once a year.

When vinyl siding was first introduced, is usually came in neutral colors like tan and beige, but over time, the options have expanded and you can find vinyl siding in many other colors like brown, grey, red, white, and more.