Different homes have different siding needs and there is no such thing as a one size fits all. When it comes to the choice of what type you want for your home, considering the specific need for your abode.   This will lead you towards making an informed decision. Vinyl siding is perfect for some siding jobs and not right for others.  Below are a few circumstances in which you may want to consider vinyl for your Littleton house.

Reasons You May Want Vinyl Siding for Your Loveland Home

You Are Looking for Something Different:  Vinyl siding comes in a number of shapes, colors, and textures. From subtle beige to dark charcoal or even canary yellow –there’s something for everyone! The textures and panel sizes vary too and offer a great selection.  Many of our clients choose vinyl because it offers more custom or less traditional colors options.

If You Want a Lower Price Point: Vinyl siding is by far the most cost-effective material for siding and the easiest to install too.  That means you save money on both materials and labor. We find it best when staying within a tight budget like flips and remodels or for homes valued under $250K.

Maintenance: Vinyl siding is just an all-around easier material to maintain than wood, fiber cement, steel or Diamond Kote. Power wash it once or twice a year and you should be able to keep it looking clean and neat. Also, vinyl doesn’t require painting so that hassle is eliminated. However, when it comes to hail resistance, vinyl will dent and ding more than other siding materials.  i

If any of these situations apply to your Loveland home’s situation, reach out to us today, and let’s talk vinyl!

Martin Faith is the founder and owner of Siding Colorado. Shortly after moving to Colorado from Scotland, Martin had a negative experience with a local home improvements contractor, which inspired him to start his own company. Siding Colorado was born which quickly became the largest and most successful siding company in the area. Martin and his team have experience installing siding of all types, including vinyl, fiber cement, wood, and steel, for a range of residential and commercial buildings. They are trusted by homeowners all throughout the state of Colorado, including the Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs metro regions.