Siding

Today’s modern, low maintenance exterior siding products are a great way to improve the look of your home and increase it’s value. Our craftspeople are certified by the Vinyl Siding Institute as well as the Certain-Teed Five Star Certification Program.

Why Work With Bennett?

We believe our great success is due to the aspects of our company that set us apart from our competition and make us one of the most trusted names in remodeling and contracting in the Capital region.

• Quality brand name products and guarantees
• Professional, highly skilled carpenters and craftsmen
• Best in class training and safety measures
• Superior customer service and communication
• Accurate and timely estimates

We set the bar high, delivering the quality service and workmanship our customers have come to rely on.

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Siding is an easy way to improve the appearance and value of your home, while also creating a strong and safe barrier. Having proper siding protects your home from any harmful weather hazard whether it be rain, hail, snow, or severe winds. Proper siding is also beneficial for preventing any animals from damaging or entering your home. 

Here at Bennett Contracting we want to make your siding low maintenance and durable while complimenting your home’s exterior. We are certified craftspeople by both the Vinyl Siding Institute and the Certain-Teed Five Star Certification Program and are eager to help with your home remodeling! 

Benefits of Vinyl Siding

Durability: One of the greatest benefits of vinyl siding is lifetime durability. When installed properly, vinyl siding will not rot, crack or become warped regardless of the weather conditions. It remains strong no matter the region you’re located in.

High quality: Vinyl siding is equally tough as it is beautiful. It is known for being both fade and scratch resistant. It’s high quality and value can face up to any weather conditions that may come your way. The color can last up to 15 years without becoming damaged from the sun.

Easy to install: Vinyl siding is one of the easiest to install! Vinyl itself is very lightweight and requires no painting. It can be cut quickly and easily to get you the perfect fit for your home. 

Low Maintenance: Compared to wood siding, vinyl siding is practically maintenance free. With its ability to remain durable and color resistant, it requires little to no maintenance throughout the years. You can basically install it and then forget about it!

Eco-friendly: Vinyl siding is easily the most sustainable choice when choosing your siding. It produces less toxic chemicals in the air and less materials are wasted in the making. Vinyl siding is made up of natural materials, and even sometimes recycled materials, making it the greener option for your home.

 

FAQ about Siding

Is vinyl siding affordable?

Vinyl siding has been around the longest, which makes it the most affordable and the most popular option for most people. The type of vinyl siding, the size and the style you purchase will better determine the cost.

What is the difference between vinyl siding and fiber cement siding?

Both vinyl and fiber cement siding have extreme durability and weather resistance features. They both offer a beautiful look depending on your preference! The main difference is that fiber cement is newer than vinyl and is made up of different materials. Fiber cement is made of concrete fibers while vinyl is made of plastic.

How long does vinyl siding last?

Vinyl siding can last anywhere from 20-40 years! It also depends on the amount of sun exposure your home receives and a few other factors as well.

How can I clean my vinyl siding?

Vinyl siding can become clean as simple as hosing it off with water. Any dirt or debris will brush right off and you won’t have to worry about it!

What happens if my siding begins to crack?

Cracking occurs when there is a decent amount of sun exposure or strong weatherly impacts to your home over the years. When cracked siding is properly installed or unrepaired, it can cause moisture to seep into your home and risk the chance of water damage. If you notice your siding beginning to crack, do not hesitate to reach out to a professional! 

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