Why choose vinyl siding from Prevalent Exteriors Inc
Vinyl is now the number-one siding material available and for good reason: Nothing beats vinyl siding, accessories and trim for sheer endurance. Unlike many other siding materials, vinyl is impervious to rain, cold, salt and snow.
Vinyl won't rot, peel, dent or show scratches, nor will it ever need painting. A simple soap-and-water rinse once a year is all that's required to remove dirt and maintain the look of freshly painted wood.
Today's vinyl siding panels offer extrordinary durability and come in a variety of attractive styles, textures and colors.
Vinyl provides enduring beauty and design flexibility. Using a variety of siding and soffit styles, colors, accessories and trim, you can update a ranch, add character to a colonial or even recreate a Victorian. Moreover, you can select siding that will be consistent with your home's design and fit into the environment and neighboring homes. Unlike conventional vinyl sidings, which may have glossy finishes and exaggerated wood grain, today's vinyl siding provides a beautiful low-gloss finish that looks just like painted wood.
Vinyl siding is a great investment. Residing a home is among the top ten remodeling projects in terms of overall payback. If you reside with vinyl, you can often recoup 80% or more of your investment
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1. Dripcap Flashings ;
A metal flashings usually made from aluminum or stainless steel applied to the header of a window or door to prevent water entry. Custom made onsite to extend from beneath the siding above window/door, over the header of window/door and drain onto the face of window/door.
2. Sill Flashings ;
A metal flashings usually made from aluminum or stainless steel applied to the sill of a window or door to prevent water entry. Custom made onsite to extend from beneath the corners of a window sill channel, over the top of the siding panel below the window for proper water deflection.
Below are the effects of a siding application with out this flashing, severe wood rott to framing and wall sheathing
3. J Channel ;
The vinyl trim used where siding panels are terminated around a window, door, roofline or roof eave. Usually 1 inch face and color matched to vinyl siding panels.
4. F Channel ;
The vinyl trim used where soffit panels are installed to the underside of a roof overhang or porch ceiling. Usually 1 inch face and color matched to soffitt trim panels.
5. Soffit ;
A vinyl trim panel used to conceal the roof overhangs. available in many profiles and in a vented or solid finish, typically a vented soffit panel would be installed to the roof eave to assist with proper attic ventillation, a solid soffit panel would be installed into the roof rakes or gables since there is no attic ventillation in those areas.
6. Rakes/Gables ;
The section where a wall transitions from rectangular to triangular ending in a peak at the top of the wall.
7. Fascia ;
The wood board that caps off the ends of the roof truss, usually a 2x6 or 2x8 pine board, this is the board that gutters are mounted onto. They are finished with paint or cladding with aluminum or P.V.C
8. Cladding ;
The application of covering an existing wood trimboard or moulding with a permenant maintenance free product like aluminum or P.V.C and to protect the trim or moulding from damage and rott caused by the elements, also to eliminate the need for future paint applications.
9. Tyveck House Wrap ;
A premium water and wind resistant barrier applied directly onto wall sheathing prior to installation of any vinyl siding or exterior finish systems, required to meet building code in our service area.
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