Insulated vinyl siding is an energy efficient way to save you money on energy costs while providing your home an.
When your home needs an Extra Layer of Protection
Not only does Polar Wall Plus look great on any home but the panels are foam-backed, providing exceptional strength, rigidity and resistance to hail, street noise, and adverse weather.
The extra layer of insulation and extra heavy-duty nailing hem also help manage your energy costs.
In addition, the panels feature a revolutionary acrylic cap stock that provides rich color and is warranted against fade for a lifetime.
Most homes are insulated between the wall studs, but the studs themselves are non-insulated. Energy can escape from inside the home through the un-insulated studs, which account for nearly 25% of the wall's surface.
Conduction through the wood framing can account for 49% of a wall's heat loss. The Polar Wall Plus insulated siding inhibits the conduction of energy through exterior wall studs, adds insulation and hinders air infiltration. It helps insulate the entire wall for energy efficiency and savings.
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Insulated siding has the foam insulation attached to the back side of the siding and that makes it much stronger than regular siding.
The extra strength makes the siding more impact resistant.
Up to 4 times the impact resistance of un-reinforced vinyl siding panes.
Insulation features a foam insulated backing to help you reduce heating and cooling bills.
Buying factory applied foam insulated siding costs a little more than regular vinyl siding. But over the long run it can save you on your energy costs for many decades.
Most people find that the savings on energy costs, both in the summer air conditioning season and the winter heating seasons, more than make up the difference in cost over non-insulated siding.
Insulated siding is a great way to lower your energy costs, dampen the outside noise levels and provide a dent resistant protection for your home.