Vinyl Siding

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is available in a range of designs, hues, and textures to give your house a distinctive character. In addition to improving curb appeal, vinyl siding raises the value of your house. Vinyl siding is the ideal option if you’re searching for an inexpensive, low-maintenance exterior for your home.

Vinyl siding offers the following benefits:

  • Very robust
  • Simple to clean
  • Never needs painting, never ages
  • Increases energy effectiveness
  • Brings down outside noise
  • Resists extreme weather

All Of Our Vinyl Siding Comes With A 10-year Warranty

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to install your vinyl siding project?

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What Our Customers Say

They replace my entire roof and were entirely happy with the entire process. Judd was great, pleasant, and proactive. They did a great job protecting my deck during the job and did a great job cleaning up afterward. I will certainly use them!

I had my roof replaced with SBG home exteriors and I couldn’t have been happier to decide to go with them for my home project. I didn’t even know the extent of damage I had on my roof until I was approached by them and got a free inspection done. The team was very straight forward and very responsive to all my concerns.

This was first-class customer service and experience.

Hard workers start to finish, and a beautiful outcome."

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FAQ

Vinyl siding may be quickly replaced if damaged, has little to no upkeep, and never needs to be painted. Vinyl siding should be power cleaned at least once a year to keep it looking clean. Discover our power washing maintenance schedule.

Vinyl siding is designed to last for many years. The lifetime guarantees that some manufacturers are now giving for vinyl siding can even be transferred to the next homeowner range from 20 to 40 years in length.

Heat, cold, and moisture are not able to penetrate vinyl siding. In fact, the materials can resist gusts of up to 110 mph.

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