Alside Insulated Vinyl Siding

Alside insulated vinyl siding is designed to protect and beautify your home for years to come. Comes in many different popular colors, styles, thicknesses, textures and best of all, priced to fit any budget.

65 Years of innovative residential building products.

Alside represents over six decades of inspired innovation…it all began in 1947, when our founder, Jerome J. Kaufman, developed and marketed America’s first residential baked enamel aluminum siding.

Today, we continue to be innovators in the residential building products industry through our continuing efforts to constantly upgrade and enhance our product offering.


Lifetime Warranty

Imagine that you could keep every corner of your home at the perfect temperature the year round And yet, save money!!

What Is Alside Insulated Vinyl Siding?

Alside Insulated vinyl siding in siding that has a factory applied foam insulation attached to the back side of the panel. 

Insulated Vinyl Siding Note: Foam on the backside of siding panel

Prodigy's premium 1-1/2" thick insulation* delivers exceptional R-value performance (resistance to heat flow) that can help you save money on utility costs and feel good in your home year-round. This finely milled cedar grain panel provides timeless curb appeal while its 16' 8" extended length design yields clean lines and modern style for an understated elegance.


Features and Benefits

· 1½" thick insulation* wraps your home in a thermal blanket of protection to help lower utility costs while providing a warm and cozy environment

· The secure interlocking panel design provides a tight fit and clean, crisp course lines

· Prodigy's vinyl surface repels heavy rain while its insulating layer breathes freely to keep your home comfortable

· 16'8" extended panel length provides the look of natural wood and does not require face nailing or unsightly caulking

· Lifetime Transferable Warranty**

Pictures taken with thermal camera showing heat loss on a home without insulated siding and picture taken after insulated vinyl siding applied

Thermal heat loss with regular vinyl siding.
Insulated vinyl siding prevents heat loss through the walls

Heat passes through the walls of your house.  By adding foam insulation to the siding, it reduces the amount of heat loss saving you tons of money year after year on energy costs. 

1-1/2" thick insulation attached to the back side of the siding wraps your home in a thermal blanket of protection to help lower utility costs while providing a warm and cozy environment. 

Heat passes right through the walls, insulation helps reduce this heat loss.
Saves You Money

Why Use Insulated Siding?  

To learn more about how insulated vinyl siding and insulated siding in general works and how it can save you money all year round by cutting down your energy costs, click here:   Insulated Siding Story

To learn more about vinyl siding and how it is one of the best home siding materials available, go to the Vinyl Siding Institute of America.

Other Vinyl Siding Styles

Dutch Lap Insulated Vinyl Siding by Alside
Single 7" Clapboard
Traditional Lap or Clapboard Siding

Clapboard Vinyl Siding

Alside Clapboard vinyl siding, or horizontal siding, comes in 3 of the most popular styles:

  • Dutch Lap
  • Beaded
  • Traditional Lap or Clapboard Siding (sometimes called 'shiplap siding'.
Alside Double 4" Dutch Lap Vinyl Siding
Double 4" Clapboard
Alside Double 5" Dutch Lap Vinyl Siding
Alside Triple 3" Clapboard
Single 7" Clapboard
Charter Oak Insulated Siding

Alside's flagship siding product, Charter Oak, combines authentic wood beauty with unmatched durability, performance, and maintenance freedom.

  • .046" premium panel thickness
  • Exclusive Tri-Beam design gives Charter Oak superior strength
  • Has as much as five times the impact resistance of conventional siding
  • Charter Oak siding has been independently tested to withstand Category 5 hurricane-force winds. 
  • Comes in double 4 1/2" clapboard and double 4 1/2" Dutch lap 

Alside Insulated Vinyl Siding Colors

How To Figure the Cost of Vinyl Siding

Don't forget the trim. The actual cost of adding new siding to your house is the cost of adding a new trim to make all the windows and doors, facia, and corners just as pretty as the rest of your home. Never get up on a ladder again by installing a new trim.

The trim around windows, doors, corners, and facia adds new life to old homes.

It is important to remember that what you pay for the vinyl siding is only one of the costs associated with the total cost of installing new vinyl siding.  The contractor must prepare the house for the new siding. Sometimes this is just as expensive as the actual siding! 

And then there are the extras or 'add-on's such as TRIM PACKAGES.

To get more details on what contractors must figure into a job quote, please click here.  Vinyl Siding Costs

More Information About Vinyl Siding

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