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Frequently Asked Questions
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Vinyl and polymer siding are often used interchangeably, but they are essentially the same thing. Vinyl is a type of polymer, so when people refer to vinyl siding, they are talking about a polymer-based siding material. Both terms can be used to describe the same durable, low-maintenance siding option.
Vinyl and polymer siding are known for their durability. On average, well-maintained vinyl or polymer siding can last 20 to 40 years or more. The exact lifespan can vary depending on factors such as climate, quality of installation, and maintenance practices.
Yes, vinyl and polymer siding are renowned for their low maintenance requirements. They do not need to be painted, and they are resistant to rot, insect damage, and moisture. Typically, periodic cleaning with a garden hose or pressure washer is sufficient to keep them looking fresh.
While vinyl and polymer siding come in a wide range of colors, they can be painted if you wish to change the color later on. However, it's important to choose a high-quality exterior paint that adheres well to the siding material. Additionally, keep in mind that painting may require more maintenance over time compared to the siding's original finish.
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