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Siding Types

Wed, Sep 27, 2017


Everlast SidingWhen exploring siding types for your home, consider the upside and downside of each option.  There are reasons behind all design elements of Everlast Polymeric Siding so for the purpose of this article we'll highlight which design features make Everlast a better solution than all the alternative siding types.

Vinyl Siding

Everlast is over 500% thicker than vinyl siding which makes it more durable and more natural looking--like  a real wood plank.

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement is made partially with wood pulp also known as cellulose.  Wood particles have the tendency to absorb moisture which has been shown to delaminate and break down fiber cement siding.  Everlast contains no wood and absorbs no moisture.

Aluminum Siding

Aluminum Siding is a siding type that is thin, dents easily and painted. It's painted coating is prone to fading and chalking.  Everlast is far thicker and more impact resistant than aluminum siding.  The Acrylic surface comes with a limited warranty against significant fading.

Wood Siding

Wood siding is beautiful at first, but breaks down quickly and requires frequent upkeep and maintenance.  Everlast is a siding type that requires little maintenance and maintains the realistic look of wood for years and years.

Fiberglass Siding

As a siding type Fiberglass is durable but expensive and complicated to install.

Think about these items when exploring siding types for your home.

Author: Peter Martino

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