Chesapeake Vinyl Siding
Our Chesapeake Vinyl Siding has a reputation for its minimal maintenance and low-cost. Vinyl siding comes in a range of colors and styles, such as vertical and horizontal panels. They are also available in a number of textures as well.
This type of siding is crack resistant during cold climates, and impact resistant for the most part. However, proper siding installation is important to avoid warping and/or buckling. You will need a professional exterior remodeling contractor like KHR to install this Virginia Beach siding.
Vinyl siding is plastic exterior siding for a house, used for decoration and weatherproofing, imitating wood clapboard, and used instead of other materials such as aluminum or fiber cement siding. It is an engineered product, manufactured primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin.
Costs are Less
In general, vinyl siding is a popular choice for many homeowners because it’s quite cost effective. According to CostHelper, professionally installed vinyl siding can cost you between $2,500-$8,750 for 1,250 square feet, while professionally installed wood siding can cost you $6,500-$10,000 for the same square footage.
Today’s vinyl siding comes in hundreds of colors, textures, and profiles to give you complete versatility in designing your dream exterior. Like the look of cedar shakes but prefer the qualities of vinyl? You can find a vinyl replacement that looks so authentic, it fools even the most discriminating eyes.
Vinyl siding is made to withstand the elements, including heavy wind and impact from hail. In addition, vinyl resists excessive moisture, meaning it won’t rot or corrode over time.
When it comes to siding, vinyl is about as low maintenance as it gets. Since it resists pests such as termites and blights such as rot, it will keep its original qualities for many years, giving you your money’s worth.
Insulated vinyl siding prevents heat loss between the wall studs in exterior walls, a phenomenon known as “thermal bridging.”