VINYL AND ALUMINUM SIDING
Downpours and spring flooding. Thunderstorms that start in the evening and continue well into the next morning. Lightning that strikes twice. Unbearable summertime heat. Frigid winter temps that stoop far below zero. Roads and sidewalks covered in sheets of ice. Snow so deep it is measured by the foot. Blizzards, sleet, tornados, hailstorms —
We Hoosiers are a tough breed and our homes deserve quality protection equally just as tough. That’s why ATCR uses the most durable vinyl and aluminium siding materials on the market. It’s also why we only work with contractors with the skills, experience, and high standards to ensure every strip of siding is installed to last.
Durable enough to withstand the harshest of Indiana weather, vinyl siding offers superior protection against high speeds of wind, impacts of debris, and the remarkable ability to preserve color under years of direct sunlight.
Despite common misconception, vinyl siding is actually perfect for the homeowner who wants to go green. Compared to mortar, brick, and cement, significantly less fuel and water are required to manufacture vinyl. In fact, less energy is required overall to transport, install, and even dispose of vinyl siding.
But perhaps the biggest reason why homeowners widely prefer vinyl over other siding materials is the overwhelming abundance of style options. From vertical, scalloped, and Dutch Lap, to nearly every conceivable shade, hue, and color of the rainbow, vinyl siding can be customized to suit anyone’s taste.
Aluminium siding offers its own unique set of benefits. For example, it deters pests away and is impervious to insects. Unlike wood and other materials which are notoriously susceptible to rot and mildew, aluminium doesn’t retain moisture or even absorb it. And, aluminium costs less than all other siding materials, making it ideal for those on a strict budget.
Based on the fact it is so inexpensive, many homeowners mistakenly assume aluminium siding must also be that much easier to install. This, however, could not be further from the truth. It is crucial to hire a contractor who has plenty of experience with aluminium installation because when done incorrectly (and it only takes just one mistake), the cost of repairs can end up being more than the entire investment is worth.