Exploring Vinyl Siding Alternatives
Vinyl siding has been a common type of siding – primarily because of its low cost. But it certainly wasn’t designed for long-term performance. When you consider the sub-standard protection vinyl provides (not to mention its tawdry appearance and never-ending maintenance requirements), alternatives start to sound more and more appealing.
Popular alternatives to vinyl siding include:
- Wood, brick, and stone – These options are sturdy and attractive, but with such premium product comes a price point to match. They also require frequent upkeep in the form of painting, priming, and power washing.
- Fiber cement and stucco – These options are more visually appealing than vinyl siding, but they’re highly prone to water seepage. They also fade quickly after years of sun exposure begin to add up.
- Steel and seamless steel – These options offer the greatest level of protection against the elements, and aren’t as prone to warping, cracking, and peeling – even when the temperature swings dramatically from hot to cold.
ABC Seamless offers top-grade seamless steel siding products of unmatchable durability. The strength of this heavy-gauge, hot-dipped, G-90 galvanized steel siding extends far beyond the limits of vinyl, aluminum, and wood! And because it’s splice-free, it prevents unwanted dirt, dust and moisture from infiltrating and damaging your home.
Which would you want protecting your home: plastic or steel? If you’re looking for superior protection against flying debris, wind, rain, and insect damage, seamless steel is by far the better choice.
To learn more about seamless steel as a vinyl siding alternative, contact ABC Seamless today.