- What kind of warranty does vinyl siding carry?
Vinyl siding is backed by the strongest warranty in the industry -- a non-prorated, transferable Limited Lifetime Warranty.
- Will the vinyl siding scratch and show a different color?
The color you see on the surface goes completely through the vinyl siding - so you will not see a different color if the siding is scratched.
- Will the new vinyl siding look as good years from now as it does today?
Durable construction means that the vinyl siding will stand up to the elements, no matter what type of climate. Over the years,
you won't have to worry about additional upkeep costs because vinyl siding won't rot, peel, warp or harbor insects like wood
or dent like aluminum.
- Can vinyl siding withstand harsh weather conditions?
Vinyl siding is known for its ability to withstand the elements, so it is an appropriate choice for a variety of
climates -- from intense sunlight in the southern states to freezing winters with snow storms in the north. Unlike
aluminum siding, vinyl resists denting or other damage from hail or harsh weather.
- How much does it cost to add vinyl siding to a home?
Because we offer siding at a number of price points to fit any need and any budget, and because every home and siding job
is unique, there is no way to immediately answer this question. The best thing to do is invite Columbus Exteriors to your home
so they can measure it accurately and discuss other needs you may have.
- Are there any other materials that are better than vinyl siding?
Not when it comes to siding. Vinyl siding's outstanding features and benefits have made it the most popular siding
material in America today. And because vinyl is the preferred siding for more and more homeowners, it retains most
of its installed cost (see previous question for details). It's the material of choice on new luxury homes...and
the first choice for remodeling projects large and small.
- Is one season better than another to have my new siding installed?
No. You can have your vinyl siding installed in any season, as your schedule and budget allow.
But keep in mind that there may be more availability in the off-seasons.