Like the other components of your home’s exterior, your siding can get damaged because of harsh weather and extreme outdoor temperatures. You won’t have to worry if you regularly maintain it, but if you see surface cracks, loose panels, or fading, it’s a must that you fix the issue immediately…. Continue Reading
Vinyl siding has come a long way from its humble origins as an ‘inferior’ material to aluminum. It’s now widely used in homes and commercial properties thanks to its exceptional weather resistance, innate durability and the plethora of styles and colors to choose from.
Most homeowners get their siding replaced during spring or summer. However, are those really the best times of the year for a siding replacement?
Plastic products get a bad reputation these days because of waste and its negative effects on the environment. It may therefore come as a surprise that vinyl siding scored a higher Environmental Impact Score (EIS) over other, non-plastic, siding types. In this blog, siding contractors Ken Morton & Sons shares a look at how the environmental impact of vinyl siding is measured.