What Is the Lifespan of Vinyl Siding from 1-800-HANSONS?
We at 1-800-HANSONS offer several types of siding. We’ve been doing it for more than 25 years, and during that time, we’ve come to learn that vinyl siding is undoubtedly the best.
Vinyl siding offers durability and many years without any dents, dings, and discolorations. What's more, it makes your house look amazing, certainly much better than other homes in the neighborhood! It also has several other benefits:
It can resist the elements and extreme weather
It’s not susceptible to insects and moisture
It has increased durability compared to different types of siding
It sounds like vinyl siding is perfect, but you still need to know it's specific lifespan. It's naturally not perfect and can't last forever. Nothing can, but it will last a very long time. Let's take a look at how long the lifespan of our vinyl siding is and what you can do to make your 1-800-HANSONS vinyl siding last for as long as possible.
How Long Does Vinyl Siding Last?
To put it simply – it lasts for a very long time. All vinyl siding does. However, we make sure to use the best material and the best installation practices to create vinyl siding for your house that lasts for decades.
Our competitors don't know our secrets, which is why they cannot boast that their vinyl siding lasts for as long as 60 years! The maximum with others is usually 50 years, but this is still more than what most companies can offer.
We at 1-800-HANSONS make sure our vinyl siding is well designed and of high quality, which ensures a lifespan of 60 years.
However, we can’t make it last for this long unless you make sure to take proper care of your house’s siding.
How to Take Care of Your Vinyl Siding to Ensure Its Longevity
We make sure that the vinyl siding we install is near perfect, but you still need to make sure it lasts for a long time with proper care and maintenance. Thankfully, there’s not much you need to do here:
Wash the siding once or twice every year to keep it looking new for decades to come. It's best to use a pressure washer, but it's still advisable to hire a professional to do it for you. If you're not trained, you can damage the siding.
Do a paint job every ten years or so to improve its look and durability.
Every once in a while, take a better look at your siding. It probably won't have any problems, but accidents do happen. Cracks, breaks, and pieces falling off can occur at any moment for a wide variety of reasons, so it's good to fix them as soon as possible. If you don't, insects could crawl in and create further problems.
Use a solution made from water and vinegar for cleaning. Never use bleach as it can damage the paint.
As you can see, we at 1-800-HANSONS offer one of the best vinyl sidings on the market. If you’re looking to hire us to install it on your home, contact us and let’s make it happen!
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