Trying to choose what type of siding is best for one’s home can be challenging and there isn’t a one-size-fits-all option when it comes to this decision. With so many different variables involved with choosing which material would work best on any given property, taking into consideration individual needs becomes critical. Vinyl makes an excellent siding choice for some situations and is not the best siding option for others. Read some of the situations where your Loveland home may be a good contender for vinyl siding.
Reasons You May Want Vinyl Siding for Your Loveland Home
You Are Looking for Something Different: For those looking for a unique and sometimes less traditional look vinyl is a great idea, Vinyl siding comes in a number of colors and textures. In fact, there are hundreds of vinyl colors to choose from vs only 20-30 with other materials. You can also find a variety of panel shapes and sizes which is excellent for totally customizing the look of your Loveland home.
If You Want a Lower Price Point: Vinyl siding is the most practical and cost-effective option for homeowners. Installation of this material takes less time than with any other type. Meaning you’ll be saving money on labor as well as materials. Since vinyl has a lower price point when compared to fiber cement or wood products, it works well on flips, remodels on a tight budget, and, in general, Loveland homes under $250K.
Vinyl For Low Maintenance: Vinyl siding is a great material for homeowners who are looking to simplify the upkeep of their homes. There are only one or two power washes needed per year to keep it in clean and crisp condition. Vinyl isn’t painted like other materials so there’s no need to repaint it every 5-10 years like other materials. However, if you’re worried about hail damage then vinyl might not be your best option. The new vinyl siding is tougher than ever but still is less hail resistant than fiber cement or resin-based siding.
If any of these situations apply to your Loveland home’s situation, reach out to us today, and let’s talk vinyl!