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PVC SIDING ACCESSORY
SHAPE: CONNECT TRIM WOODEN
PVC SIDING ACCESSORY
SHAPE: CONNECT TRIM
Length: 3.81m, 5.8m, customized length
Colors: SINGLE COLORS, WOODEN COLORS
Texture: All TEXTURES AVAILABLE
Temperature: -30℃ TO 70℃
Life time: 20 YEARS
Vinyl Siding is a modern manner of finishing the external façade from 1950s' in. It features a beautiful crane appearance and provides easy assembly and use.
It is an engineered product, manufactured primarily from un-plasticized
polyvinyl chloride (UPVC) resin which is more safety and stable than PVC resin. In the UK and New Zealand a similar material is known as UPVC weather boarding.
This "dry" technology allows assembling vinyl siding through the whole year round regardless of weather conditions.
It is used for new houses decoration and weatherproofing, imitating wood clapboard, and used replacing your old exterior wall, materials like aluminum composite, wood, ceramic, or fiber cement.
The facade made of high impact resistant polymer does not decay like wood and does not rust like metal. Resistant to mechanical impacts and weather conditions. Its shape and structure of connections provide tightness, so no moisture shall get inside, at the same time walls can "breath". Such a facade does not require any maintenance. Periodically, siding may be washed with water and any detergent to remove dirty places and to restore a new and clean appearance
Approximately 90 percent of its weight is UPVC resin, with the remaining 10 percent being ingredients that impart color, opacity, impact resistance, flexibility, and durability. It is one of the most commonly installed exterior cladding for residential construction in western countries.
● UV Resistant
● Light and easy to Install
● Cheap Price
● Waterproof System
● Fire resistant
● Imitating wood clapboard
● Easy to clean
● Impact resistance
What is Vinyl Siding?
Vinyl siding is made out of PVC (polyvinyl chloride); a heavy duty material, co-extruded that provides ease of maintenance, durability and strength to the exterior of your home. Vinyl siding's main benefits are its clean look, easy maintenance, weather ability and customizable. One of the characteristics of vinyl siding is its variable weather. Braving the beautiful but strong summer sun to winter blizzards, houses are perfect candidates for vinyl siding.
What are the benefits of Eastbuilding vinyl siding?
It is used for decoration and weatherproofing, imitating wood clapboard, and used replacing your old exterior wall, materials like aluminum composite, wood, ceramic, or fiber cement.
Besides giving your house a clean new look, vinyl siding can dramatically reduce maintenance costs and time on the exterior of your home. Other benefits of siding are durability and increased insulation. Siding can be beautiful and is customizable in color and type to match any home. The biggest benefit of siding will always be low maintenance.
Do I ever have to paint my siding again?
Our siding is virtually maintenance free. The most you ever have to do is give your home a washing with soap and water once or twice a year.
Does Eastbuilding siding fade?
Siding is surprisingly durable in the harsh sun and extreme mountain weather. While all substances will fade, siding fade is minimal, happens very slowly and any abnormal fading is covered by the lifetime transferable warranty. Vinyl siding panels are guaranteed color stability for 30 years.
What colors siding do you offer?
Types of siding and accessories offer 13 colors in the color chart and can be customizable in color.
Is vinyl siding really as durable as everyone says?
Absolutely. The correct technical name for the material used in vinyl siding is polyvinyl chloride. It's a strong, durable, proven material that has earned a solid reputation for its beauty and permanence. It's used in automotive applications, medical devices, defense weapons, appliances, floor coverings, and of course, home construction.
How long is Eastbuilding vinyl siding warranted for?
Vinyl siding is warranted for 20 years including parts an materials. It is fully as well.
What is a siding gauge?
This pertains to the thickness of the siding panel. As a rule of thumb, a higher gauge is better as it provides more protection from the environment and more insulation from extreme weather. Thicker panels also are sturdier and hang flatter against the house walls. A premium gauge would be about 0.9-1.3mm thick with a 2cm butt.
Does it come with matching trim?
We offer wide variety of trim pieces for you. Everything from function utility trims to substantial wide trims resembling dimensional lumber, fluted corner posts and decorative crown molding for window headers.
Does your siding have seams?
It is designed to provide a virtually seamless appearance. It needs to be overlapped at the ends to cover an entire wall. A good siding installer will lap your siding away from traffic to further minimize the laps.
Is there any best season to have my new siding installed?
Not really. You can have your vinyl siding installed in any season, as your schedule and budget allow. Regardless of when you have your new siding installed, you'll enjoy the immediate benefits of improved appearance, as well as the long-term benefits of durability and easy maintenance.
How involved is the installation process?
Vinyl siding installation is much less intrusive than customers believe. The installation can be scheduled in about one to two weeks and the install usually takes three to six days. There is absolutely no customer preparation work involved. Reliable Siding and Windows will take care of everything from the initial estimate to the siding installation.
How does vinyl siding compare with other siding materials?
In a way, it's almost no contest. When compared to wood, brick, stone, stucco, and metal sidings on the basis of initial cost, maintenance costs, appearance, durability and value, vinyl siding is clearly superior. We offer a broad range of vinyl siding products, so you can choose one that's easily affordable. Whichever you choose, you can expect the highest quality and lasting beauty. And most vinyl siding never needs painting or staining. It doesn't chip, peel, dent or rot, so you can forget costly repairs. Just rinse occasionally with a garden hose. In addition, vinyl sidings are backed by a strong warranty. And because vinyl is the preferred by more and more homeowners, it retains most of its installed cost. Moreover, premium vinyl siding provides all the beauty of expensive wood sidings with your choice of smooth or grained surfaces; rich, low-gloss colors; and a variety of classic siding profiles.
If painting isn't required, how do I maintain my vinyl siding?
It's simple. There really is no maintenance, just occasional cleaning. Ordinarily, the cleaning action of a rainfall will be adequate to wash your vinyl siding. However, vinyl siding and soffit should be washed periodically by hosing with a garden hose and clear water, particularly in those areas not exposed directly to rain. If you desire to do a more thorough cleaning, or where high soil collection conditions occur, use a soft-bristled, long-handled washing brush. It attaches to your garden hose and makes washing your siding easier.
A poor installation can lead to unattractive warping and buckling of your siding.
If you still have any unanswered questions, then please do contact us