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Vinyl Siding is used in more newly built and remodeled homes than any other type of siding because it’s long lasting, requires almost no upkeep, and costs less to buy and maintain. It can withstand strong winds, heat over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and defies both termites and moisture. On top of all that, with a wide assortment of colors, styles, and trim choices, it enhances the attractiveness of your home.

What Is Vinyl Siding?

Vinyl siding is composed of polyvinyl chloride or PVC, a thermoplastic resin, which means it softens when heated and hardens and becomes rigid again when cooled. Thermoplastic materials can be melted and cooled without undergoing significant chemical change. Specifically, PVC is composed of polymers of vinyl chloride. A polymer is a chemical compound consisting of smaller, identical molecules (called monomers) linked together to form a larger molecule. Some polymers, like cellulose, occur naturally, while others, like PVC, are man-made. Their chemical consistency make polymers very versatile and they are used to make plastics, concrete, glass, and rubber. PVC has an exceptional resistance to water, alcohols, and concentrated acids and alkalis.

Modern home vinyl siding is produced by a process called co-extrusion. Two layers of PVC are laid down in a continuous extrusion process. The outer layer makes up about a third of the siding’s thickness and includes about 10% titanium dioxide, which resists breakdown from UV light. The lower layer is typically about one-sixth ground limestone.

Choosing The Best Vinyl Siding On The Market.

If you are looking for one of the best exterior siding options available, then vinyl siding should be your choice. Vinyl siding is durable, low maintenance, versatile, and economical and is the perfect choice for just about any type or style of home. If you’ve decided that vinyl siding is right for you, then you should look for the best vinyl siding product you can find within your budget. Finding the best vinyl siding for your home boils down to a couple of key points – you need to find a reputable and solid vinyl siding manufacturer that has a line of products that is known to be high quality, durable and long lasting. You need to find the type of siding product that will best compliment the style and décor of your home, including finish and color options. And finally, in order to find the best vinyl siding for your home, you need to find a knowledgeable and reputable vinyl siding contractors that will professionally install the siding on your home. Learn more about the best vinyl siding.

Vinyl Siding Contractors

When you've got a basic plan of attack mapped out, then it's time to tackle what many consider the most daunting step of all: hiring a siding contractor. Hiring a siding contractor doesn't have to be traumatic, tiresome, or tempestuous. Armed with a budget and a clear idea of what you need and want in terms of quantity, material and style, finding a reputable contractor becomes just a simple checklist of tasks and traits.

Vinyl Siding Thickness

One of the first things to look at when choosing siding is panel thickness because the thickness, or gauge, of the vinyl is the key to its durability and cost. The thicker the vinyl is, the longer it lasts, the better it withstands damage, and the more stable it is. Of course, the thicker the vinyl is, the more it costs. Thickness can vary from .35 millimeters in cheaper siding products to up to .55 millimeters in the highest grade products. Today, the thinnest vinyl siding commonly used is .40 millimeters and is called builder's grade. The most common vinyl siding options range from .040"-.045" thick but premium brands are available up to .055" thick. Here’s the full spectrum of options: Builder Grade (.040), Thin Residential Grade (.042), Standard Residential Grade (.044), Thick Residential Grade (.046) & Super Thick Grade (.050). So what’s the practical difference between the different grades? If a panel is too thin, it can show flaws in the wall underneath. Thicker vinyl products are more rigid, which can add to the aesthetic appeal and look of the finished installation, add flexibility and durability, and also increase life expectancy. Thicker grades of vinyl siding don’t crack as easily in very cold weather or when struck or bumped.

Our Service Region

Serving Massachusetts, Rhode Island & Southern NH.

Acton, Andover, Allston, Arlington, Ashland, Bedford, Bellingham, Belmont, Bolton, Boston, Boxborough, Boylston, Brighton, Brookline, Cambridge, Canton, Chestnut Hill, Concord, Dedham, Dover, Foxboro, Framingham, Franklin, Grafton, Groton, Hamilton, Harvard, Holden, Holliston, Hopedale, Hopkinton, Hudson, Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Lancaster, Lexington, Lincoln, Littleton, Marlborough, Maynard, Medfield, Medway, Mendon, MetroWest.


Milford, Millbury, Millis, Millville, Milton, Natick, Needham, Newton, Norfolk, North Andover, Northborough, Northbridge, Norwood, Plainville, Roslindale, Sharon, Sheldonville, Sherborn, Shrewsbury, Slatersville, Southborough, Stow, Sudbury, Sutton, Upton, Uxbridge, Waban, Walpole, Waltham, Watertown, Waverley, Wayland, Wellesley, West Boylston, West Roxbury, Westborough, Weston, Westwood, Worcester, Wrentham.

Rhode Island:

Albion, Central Falls, Chepachet, Clayville, Cranston, Cumberland, East Providence, Fiskeville, Forestdale, Foster, Glendale, Harmony, Harrisville, Hope, Johnston, Lincoln, Manville, Mapleville, North Providence, North Scituate, North Smithfield, Oakland, Pawtucket, Providence, Rumford, Slatersville, Smithfield, Warwick, West Warwick, Woonsocket.

Southern New Hampshire:

Atkinson, Chester, Danville, Derry, East Derry, East Hampstead, East Kingston, Epping, Exeter, Fremont, Hampton Hudson, Kingston, Lawrence, Litchfield, Londonderry, Manchester, Merrimac, Milford, Nashua, Newton, Newton Junction, North Salem, Pelham, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Raymond, Salem, Sandown, Windham

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RS Construction & Remodeling Inc.

Mr. Santos, I want to take this time to thank you for the wonderful job you did putting siding on my Victorian home. You made the process of getting an estimate, scheduling work and follow‐up a pleasure. The product we chose, Prodigy in Deep Moss, is beautiful the house looks...