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.
Professionals and homeowners prefer low-maintenance home siding made of vinyl or polymer over wood, fiber cement, brick or stucco options. And it’s easy to see why Mastic is a favorite choice for vinyl siding.
Whether you choose lap siding or vertical siding, you get a beautiful exterior product that’s build to last. Every home siding style is beautiful, durable and easy to maintain — which means you’ll spend more time enjoying your home, and less time working on it.
Unlike wood or cedar, this durable plastic will not rot or flake. Vinyl is available in several dozen colors, and can mimic architectural details that were once made from wood. It’s no wonder that vinyl has become the most popular siding material in the United States and is quickly gaining momentum around the world.
Property Values: As the quality and variety of vinyl improves, acceptance is growing. More and more new homes in the United States are constructed with vinyl. On the other hand, vinyl is not the siding of choice for upscale, architect-designed homes. Many home shoppers still perceive vinyl as a tacky shortcut, a cover-up for possible problems, or at the very least, a low-budget solution.