It’s like a nice, warm blanket for your home in winter, and it keeps more cool, air-conditioned air in your home in summer. But, whether you’re building a new home or looking for ways to make your existing home more energy efficient, saving heating and air conditions costs are just the first of many ways that an investment in vinyl siding, especially insulated vinyl siding, can pay off over time.
Lower HVAC Equipment Maintenance, Repair and Replacement Costs
It’s simple: if your furnace and air conditioner have less work to do because you installed vinyl siding, then they will last longer, need less maintenance and require fewer repairs.
Long-Lasting Curb Appeal
First, vinyl siding looks great. But, perhaps even better, it keeps looking great with little or no maintenance. And if you ever feel that it’s starting to look a little ‘tired’, it’s easy to clean. You can even make it look like new again with a coat of paint. It all adds up to mean that the curb appeal of your home is much easier to maintain with vinyl siding.
Reduces Moisture in the Walls
Where there’s moisture, there will soon be mold. Where there’s mold, there can be high costs to get rid of it. Vinyl siding doesn’t trap moisture inside the walls of your home, which reduces the chance of mold growth. Not only does that save money, but you and your family won’t have to breathe in the unhealthy mold spores either.
Protects Your Home
Vinyl siding is remarkably durable. It can withstand the sun’s harmful UV rays, hail, wind-borne debris and even the wear and tear of an active family!
If you’ve noticed that your home is drafty, colder than it should be in winter and warmer than it should be in summer, installing top quality vinyl siding will not only save you money, it will make your home a more comfortable place to be.