How Do I Buy Vinyl Siding?

If you have decided to buy vinyl siding for your house, you will want to talk to several contractors about pricing. Most people call at least three.

Contractors will need to know some basic questions about your house when they come out to look at your project and give you a price.

You should have all these questions written down so you and your contractor can go over the details to avoid any confusion about what you expect to be done for the amount of money specified.

We will show you how to pick the right vinyl siding for your house, where to find a good contractor and how to get the best possible price from the contractor.

Types Of Vinyl Siding

There are three basic types of vinyl siding and or wood siding. Horizontal, Vertical, Shakes/shingles.

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How to keep your home looking great year after year.

Yearly maintenance is essential to keep vinyl siding looking new and fresh, or make old vinyl siding look better. A nice clean house just looks nicer.

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We used Simple Green Cleaner, from Home Depot for several years and it works just fine.

We have used a product called Simple Green to clean our house for several years now and it works great. It comes in a 22 oz spray bottle that you can use

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Fiber cement vs vinyl siding

Comparing cement siding to vinyl siding. Say you have a 2,000 sq ft house ranch house and want to put new siding on it. You should first look at some

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Tips on Talking Price with Contractors

When you ask a contractor for a quote to do a siding job, there are several things the homeowner needs to know in order to be able to negotiate a fair

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How To Tips

Useful tips and information about how to vinyl siding, cleaning, repairing, buying, painting, choosing right brands and more.

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Shop and Compare Different Vinyl Sidings Before Calling A Contractor

Before buying on any vinyl siding, keep in mind that the labor to install the siding is the same whether you pick a low quality 5 year siding or a premium

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I got three price quotes and they are all different?

I recently called three vinyl siding contractors and asked for prices. Only two actually got back with me and the prices are totally different. Now I am

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Engineered Wood Pictures

Engineered wood pictures showing how several different types, styles and colors are used to create a natural look.

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Vinyl Cedar Shake Siding, cozy, comfortable and ruggedly charming.

Vinyl cedar shake siding has all the rugged charm of real cedar without the high cost and high maintenance of real wood. At half the cost!

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Cement Board Siding; Looks Like Wood, Lasts Forever.

Cement Board Siding, often called Hardie Board, has become the mainstay siding in areas where you want the look of wood but the strength of concrete.

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How To Buy Vinyl Siding

Buy vinyl siding the right way. Knowing the right questions to ask contractors will make it much easier for you to get the best possible product and price!

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Board And Batten Siding, Classic Look In Long Lasting, Low Maintenance Vinyl.

Board and Batten Siding or vertical siding combines a simple, yet beautiful design well suited for distinctive architectural styles. Often used as an accessory to existing homes.

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How To Work With The Contractor

How do you find and talk to vinyl siding contractors?

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