Vinyl Siding Replacement Utah, Services that have Transformed Homes Across Utah!
Are you wanting a cost-effective to give your home a makeover?
Have you been looking for a new shield of protection from the wind, rain, snow and the changing temperatures of the outdoors? If you are looking for an outdoor siding option that will withstand the elements and fits your budget, vinyl siding may be the best option for you. At Advanced Window Products we have been installing siding for 25 years. With a variety of colors and styles to choose from, you’ll enjoy your home’s sleek new look. You’ll never have to paint again! Plus, our siding offers you a buttoned up, sealed up and spruced up protection for your home especially when combined with our vinyl windows Utah.
Insulated Vinyl Siding in Utah
Insulated vinyl siding is a great option for those who are looking to save money not only on home repairs but on energy costs as well. Insulated siding can absorb up to 5 times higher impact than traditional siding, helps to prevent leaks and weather damage, and can help reduce your energy costs by up to 30%. Additionally insulated vinyl helps to reduce noise outside the home and it’s thicker shape give your home a more finished look.
Vinyl Siding Accents in Utah
Vinyl siding accents are a cost effective way to add some design and character to your home. Some vinyl siding accent options include mounts, which can be used to hold light fixtures or mailboxes; shutters used to add accent to windows; gable vents, to optimize ventilation; and moldings to add decoration to your siding project. As with other vinyl siding products, vinyl siding accents are extremely low maintenance as well as durable. If you want to add a pop of color to your home, or simply add some distinctive features to your exterior, some vinyl accents would be a good option for you.
Horizontal and Vertical Vinyl Siding
There are many benefits to choosing horizontal and vertical siding. Horizontal and vertical siding can provide a significant reduction in your heating and cooling costs, are durable, help protect against inclement weather, and can withstand up to 240 mph winds. Additionally, the insulated nature of vinyl siding helps it absorb exterior sound. Vinyl siding not only adds to the visual aesthetic of your home, it is also easy to maintain and clean. Vinyl siding is available in multiple colors and is a great option for any kind of budget.
Vinyl Siding Trim
Vinyl siding trim is important to create curb appeal for your home, as well as to finish off the rough edges of the vinyl siding. When deciding on a trim, you will want to choose one that is aesthetically pleasing for your house and has the right level of quality to protect against weather damage. Siding trim comes in a wide variety of colors, lengths, and widths, therefore making any design you choose a possibility.
Soffit and Fascia Replacement
Soffit is the material that is on the underside of your roof overhang and is ventilated to help promote airflow and circulation. The Fascia is the term used to describe the edge portion of the roof that is attached to the soffit and gutters, providing a barrier between the roof and the outdoor elements. Harsh weather elements and time can cause wear and cracks to these areas, which can create water damage and also create an opening for small pests. Making sure your Soffit and Fascia are in good condition will not only protect your home but make it more aesthetically pleasing as well.
Vinyl Siding Installation in Utah
When it comes to vinyl siding installation, it is important that it is installed properly. If any of boards are nailed too tightly or there are gaps around doors or windows, you can end up with major damage, such as leaks and buckling. Hiring professionals to ensure proper installation will not only help prevent damage to your siding and home in the long run but will also keep the outside of your home looking newer longer. While vinyl siding installation project times will vary due to the amount of siding installed, you can expect at least two weeks on average for a siding project to be completed.
With our focus on quality installation and use of Mastic Home Exterior’s vinyl siding product, your Utah home will be sealed tight from the natural elements. We offer a V.I.P. limited lifetime warranty on parts and labor to prove it. We go the extra mile on quality installation on every step of the process. We have 25 years of experience installing siding. We have a siding license from the state of Utah and are Certified Installation Installers from the Vital Institute.
Vinyl Siding FAQs
Vinyl siding is an excellent building material that was first introduced back in the 1950s to replace the then-ubiquitous aluminum siding. Its many advantages quickly caught the attention of contractors and today the vast majority of new constructions include vinyl siding. That said, there are still plenty of questions people have about it and the following is a look at some of the most frequently asked ones we get.
Vinyl siding is composed primarily of very durable polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin and most brands will include warranties of 40 years or more.
Vinyl siding is waterproof but only when installed correctly. This means including a protective, water-resistant barrier system beneath the siding itself, installing the siding with the bottom-to-the-top overlap method, and caulking around windows and doors.
Professionally installed and well-maintained vinyl siding will absolutely increase a home's value. Vinyl siding is gorgeous, it is durable, and it is built to last. Furthermore, while it does require some maintenance, it is significantly easier to take care of vinyl siding than other materials like wood which will rot or aluminum which is prone to corrosion.
Today's vinyl siding can and should last decades without needing to be replaced. However, if you have older siding that came with your home when it was constructed, then you may find it needs to be replaced at about half that time.
Yes, as a general rule, you can pressure wash your vinyl siding but it requires a significant amount of care. Operating a pressure washer at too high a pressure can damage your materials and lead to water damage as the spray works up beneath the siding. When in doubt, talk to a professional.
Vinyl siding is incredibly low maintenance, making it a great choice for the hands-off homeowner. Once a year, generally after spring or your area's rainiest season, you should consider washing the siding to remove any debris and mold build-up.
Yes. The traditional colors of tan and beige are available by every vinyl siding brand while other common colors like red, white, gray, and more can be readily found. For those homeowners wanting something really unique, such as a sea turquoise, our team can certainly find a brand for you.
Yes. The advantages of vinyl siding are significant and far outweigh other materials. It is durable, long-lasting, easy to maintain, and cost-effective. In the event of an accident or extreme natural disaster, such as excessive 120 mph storm winds ripping off part of the siding, that siding can be easily replaced.
Yes, but why bother? Vinyl siding, like many other PVC materials, will accept exterior-rated paint without issue. But while you can paint it, most homeowners will never need to. You can get the vinyl siding in many colors as noted above and it will naturally resist staining, thereby looking like new for many, many years.
From Start to Finish, Our Vinyl Siding Replacement Utah
Before this home has its siding replaced, you'll notice aging, yellowing and wear. Many homeowners experience extreme temperature fluctuation, seeping air and out-dated appearance.
Revealing the Aged, Worn Insulation
Our craftsmanship is never compromised by cutting corners or taking shortcuts.
Here we have removed the old siding and have revealed aged, worn insulation.
Your Home Makeover Starts Underneath What You See
Here you can see that the home has been given a fresh panel of wood, followed by three-quarter inch foam insulation. (We are the only company that provides insulation that thick!)
Our foil backed insulation offers a double water barrier.
There is no harmful silica dust.
Waterproofing, Noise Reduction, and Weatherproofing
We tape all our seams by hand. You won’t hear the wind or feel seeping air.
Instead of stapling, we nail all of the vinyl product into the studs. Quality comes first with the siding product we use and the installation we perform.
The job is perfect before we leave, so we don’t expect to come back for repairs.
Here is a note from one of our happy customers, “even the smallest intricate details were not overlooked, but are skillfully completed.”