Vinyl Siding Collection

Vinyl Siding Installation

PlyGem is a division of Cornerstone Building Brands, offering quality exterior building products including siding, windows, fencing, patio doors and so much more. Their diverse product portfolio and exceptional warranties make them one of the leading brands in the industry. They are guaranteed to have a product that can match your ideal vision and enhance the value of your home.

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PlyGem Vinyl Siding

PlyGem Vinyl Siding

Ply Gem Variform 1Total Roofing and Construction is your #1 stop for Ply Gem Vinyl siding in Northwest Indiana and the Chicagoland Area. Ply Gem vinyl comes in a variety of colors, realistic textures and different styles that is engineered to last long at a price point that won’t break the bank.

Mastic – A top choice for homeowners and developers, Mastic premium siding is built to last. Backed by HGTV stars Dave and Jenny Marrs, it is their go to product when it comes to home renovations. Mastic vinyl siding is available in a wide variety of products including Lap, Vertical, Shake, Shingle as well as having Soffit, Fascia, Trim and Shutter options to match.

Variform – Boasting one of the industry’s broadest selection of colors, Variform by Ply Gem focuses on elevating the curb appeal of your home without sacrificing protection or durability. Available in Lap, Board & Batten and Shake/Shingle styles, there is guaranteed to be a combination of products that fits your ideal vision. They also offer premium vinyl siding brands:

  • Vortext Extreme – features their Weather Warrior Technology to stand up to hurricane force winds, extreme temperatures, and fading from UV Rays.
  • ClimaForce – an insulated siding product that focuses on energy efficiency, keeping your home at the ideal temperature in Summer and in Winter
  • Camden Point – boasts a desirable cedar look without the failings of cedar, but also designed for minimal maintenance and to stand up to the elements

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Pros of Vinyl Siding

If you’re wondering whether vinyl siding is still good, have a look at several reasons why many homeowners choose it.

Low Maintenance: Once it is installed, vinyl siding requires little upkeep to maintain its condition. You only need to wash it occasionally, and because the material has a sleek surface, you can easily remove debris or dirt buildup. You also won’t need to repaint your exterior because vinyl siding comes with the color baked in, meaning it won’t peel off.

Versatile: Vinyl siding comes in a variety of styles, colors and realistic textures. It can be made to look like many materials, from wood to cedar. The versatility of this type of siding allows you to customize your exterior to your desired style needs.

Durable: Vinyl is made from polyvinyl chloride, which makes it resistant to harsh weather, rust, mold or other elements that would affect the material’s integrity and appearance. If the panels get cracked or scratched, you can repair or replace them individually without compromising the rest of the siding.

Inexpensive: Vinyl is relatively inexpensive compared to other types of siding. It is durable and long-lasting and can offer the appearance of other materials like wood or slate at a more affordable price. Vinyl is also easier to install due to its lightweight and interlocking design, making it more cost-effective.

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Cons of Vinyl Siding

While using vinyl siding for homes can be beneficial, it still has drawbacks. Here are a few disadvantages of vinyl siding.

Hides Moisture Issues: When vinyl siding is installed improperly, it can lead to water being trapped under the siding’s sections. Since vinyl is water-resistant, it won’t be affected and will effectively hide moisture issues that lead to mold buildup in your home.

Prone to Denting: The panels of vinyl siding can be dented by heavy objects such as rocks or debris during a storm. While it is possible to replace the affected panels, the process is time-consuming and difficult due to vinyl’s interlocking design.

Poor Heat Resistance: When vinyl is exposed to high temperatures, the panels can warp or melt, which will affect the shape of your siding. If you live in an area with extremely hot summers, you might need to continually repair or change panels.

Decreases Home Value: While vinyl has lower upfront costs than other siding materials, it can lower your home value. Homebuyers tend to view vinyl siding homes as inferior to homes with exteriors made with real wood, slate or other materials.

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When you work with Total Roofing and Construction, you work with an experienced team that produces quality results. We are certified vinyl siding installers, and we only use industry-leading materials for your home’s exterior.

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