It may not be easy to choose between a cedar and insulated vinyl siding. On the one hand, you have a natural product that provides a rustic look. On the other, you have a more versatile siding material. In today’s post, Homecraft Inc., your local siding contractor, makes a case for the latter as we highlight CedarMAX vinyl siding from ProVia®.
A Look at Cedar Siding
You can achieve a rough rustic exterior look for your home with cedar siding. Available in shakes and panels, they can be purchased rough sawn or beveled and sanded. This material can repel insects, provide good insulation and absorb sound.
With proper upkeep, it can last for decades. Even so, you have to maintain the brand-new appearance of cedar siding to ensure longevity and performance. You’ll need to apply a coat of water repellent, primer, and stain or paint every few years.
A Look At Our Insulated Vinyl Siding Product
You can, however, get better features through our exceptional product. Our CedarMAX insulated vinyl siding is manufactured by integrating the material with rigid foam insulation. This provides all the beauty, durability and sustainability of vinyl siding, with the added bonus of improved energy efficiency.
What makes it stand out over cedar siding and all the other siding materials are the features. Apart from being made from the finest high-grade raw materials, CedarMAX insulated vinyl siding has a Tri-Pigment Reflective Technology, a Weather Barrier Shield with SPX-2000 UV Blocker and a Color-Keeper™ Anti-Fade Protection.
With these features present, you can be sure your home is well-insulated while looking good as new. Even when it is exposed to the elements, our Super Polymer Siding will resist fading, chalking, cracking, peeling and thermal expansion and contraction.