Vinyl siding installations are the most popular siding material used in the United States, and for good reason. It’s low-cost and low-maintenance benefits are attractive to consumers, while it’s durability and ability to paint give it even more practical and aesthetic value. This video will explain the benefits of insulated vinyl siding, a step up in the vinyl siding game.
Insulated vinyl siding sees vinyl siding paired with an insulative foam. The foam increases the energy efficiency of the siding, meaning you will likely see lower energy bills once you have this installed. This helps offset the increased cost for the materials.
The pairing process between the vinyl and foam is extremely durable and long-lasting. They’re bonded in such a way that warranties will often cover them for 20-30 years. If your siding splits in that time, you will be able to be reimbursed and have new siding installed.
Another benefit of insulated vinyl siding is reduced noise pollution, both from your own home and the neighboring area. If you live in a busier part of town, or have a musician in your family and you’re hoping not to bother the neighbors, insulated siding may be the perfect option.
For more information, check out the video in the link above.