I have to say that this issue comes up more often than not. I get calls all the time from people who have some sort of distortion of plastic siding due to reflections from car windshields or windows. Click here to read a story about melting vinyl siding. My good friend Bruce is always kidding
Some people go through life living the motto “what you can’t see or don’t know won’t hurt you”. I’m not a big fan of that. Certainly you’d agree that seeing your doctor or dentist on a regular basis is a good thing. Changing the oil in your car on a regular schedule is a good thing, right?
You’ve heard the sales pitch haven’t you? If you have vinyl siding installed over top of the existing materials currently on your home (cedar, pressboard etc.) then you don’t have to worry about that material anymore because the vinyl siding will keep it dry. Well, the Vinyl Siding Institute wants to set the record straight
So you’re still thinking about having vinyl siding installed on your home, huh? You may want to read this first! This article will tell you all the things the vinyl siding salesman won’t tell you. We here at Blue Ridge Exteriors have been saying for years that vinyl siding isn’t the right choice. What with the “lifetime warranties”
Wednesday, 26 August 2009 by Blue Ridge Exteriors
All of the vinyl siding guys tell you the same thing. “Our siding is the thickest on the market.” Just look at the ads! But is thicker better? If that’s the selling point I guess it is. Let’s take a quick look. Thickness of plastic siding is measured in “mils”. 1 mil = 0.001″ (mil