SIDING Vinyl Siding was introduced to the exterior market in the late 1950s as a replacement for aluminum. It was first produced by an independently owned manufacturing plant called Crane Plastics in Columbus, Ohio. The process was done through a process forming from a single material into the desired shape and size. In the 1950’s, blending of colors was done manually. Beginning in the 1970s, the industry changed its formulation to improve the product’s product, with impact resistance, and a beautiful range of colors. The following 10 years, vinyl siding grew very popular because of its durability, versatility, and maintenance freedom.

Give your curb appeal an instant makeover with the classic, crisp looks of Crane siding. Crane siding is time-tested into the 21st century to harmonize with accents of stone, shake and board & batten or to cover an entire façade with smooth integrity. The triple-width, insulated span bridges structural imperfections and therefore bridges the gap between “that’s nice” and flawless. Plus the milled cedar-grain texture, straight face and deep shadows of the 6″ and 7″ profiles give your house a solid, authentic presence.

In addition to insulating your home in an awesomely energy efficient way, it may qualify you for incentives that may reduce your energy costs. Learn more at the home of the Vinyl Siding Institute:

With scientific innovation, today’s vinyl siding is better, and a  more reliable product than ever. Its thermoplastic polymer make it strong and sturdy, as well as inexpensive to produce. Additives help it flex, prevent fading from the sun, and enhance its natural ability to resist biological wear, chemical wear, and other damages, such as wind impact.

There are so many more performance features such as no scraping, or painting and it is truly maintenance free. It absorbs and reflects radiant heat to properly control the temperature in your home. It reduces thermal conductivity, and is 200% stronger bond with TXL Lamination Technology. It has 64% greater impact resistance. Its wind resistance is up to 160 mph. It is quiet, and reduces noise up to 45%. Authentically its straight-face design with clean hand-milled cedar grain look.

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