Top 5 Reasons to Replace Your Aluminum or Cement Siding with Vinyl

November 19th, 2017 by | Print

Alcoa Vinyl Siding

Thinking of replacing your old cement or aluminum siding? The expert siding contractors at Trim A Seal have compiled a list of the top 5 reasons you should consider installing vinyl siding instead.

  1. Great quality that can withstand rocks from lawnmowers, weather, etc.
    2. Significantly improve face value and appearance of your home at low prices.
    3. Easily replace a single damaged piece of siding.
    4. Only maintenance is to spray and wash twice a year.
    5. Long lasting and durable.

In addition to these points, there are many other positive benefits from switching to Alcoa, Variform, or Certainteed vinyl siding. Homeowners have found that installing Alcoa, Certainteed, or Variform vinyl siding is an eco-friendly alternative. When compared to other siding products such as cement, vinyl siding leads the way in energy efficiency. One reason vinyl is considered more efficient, is that the home’s exterior doesn’t need to be repainted every few couple years like fiber cement siding. Because of the light weight of Certainteed, Variform, and Alcoa vinyl siding, less energy is used in transporting it vs. heavier, less fuel efficient products like cement or brick. Also, vinyl siding is recyclable!

Another bonus when it comes to having a green, energy efficient home is that insulated vinyl siding can add 10% – 25% additional R-value to wall systems to reduce energy bills and help the earth at the same time.

Looking for a free vinyl siding estimate? Call the vinyl siding experts at Trim-A-Seal of Indiana today at 1-800-217-6355. They are standing by to answer your questions. Or visit us online at www.trimaseal.com Homeowners in Indiana have been choosing the professionals at Trim-A-Seal for over sixty years.

Trim-A-Seal is a licensed Indiana Siding Contractor serving Porter and Lake County Indiana, Merrillville, Gary, Crown Point, Hammond, Valparaiso, Munster, Highland, Griffith, St. John, Portage, Chesterton, Hobart, Schererville, East Chicago and New Chicago.

 

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