Beyond the Board: 4 Unique Styles of Vinyl Siding

Vinyl has quickly become the most popular siding material available on the market today, and with good reason. It's durable, easy to maintain, and even easier on the pocketbook. It's also incredibly diverse and can mimic more expensive finishes like wood or brick. Move over Dutch lap- and clapboard-style vinyl! Here are four unique vinyl siding styles sure to make a statement.

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4 Fresh Alternatives to Traditional Vinyl Siding

  1. Vinyl Log Siding. As the name suggests, vinyl log siding is manufactured to mimic real logs. Capture the natural, rustic appeal of log housing for a fraction of the cost while stopping termites and rot in their tracks.
  2. Cedar Vinyl Siding. Like log vinyl siding, cedar vinyl siding mimics its real wood counterpart, but is much more affordable and easier to maintain.
  3. Brick Vinyl Siding. Real brick or brick veneer imparts a traditional beauty in your home that's difficult to replicate--until now. Brick vinyl siding looks like the real thing but, as you've likely guessed, is cheaper and easier to maintain.
  4. Vinyl Siding Shakes and Shingles. Unlike other types of vinyl siding that come in boards or sheets, vinyl siding shakes and shingles come individual shapes that can mimic cedar or other types of shakes. You can also choose from a variety of styles, from half rounds to staggered.

Style Impacts Vinyl Siding Prices

The four styles noted in this article provide a unique alternative to traditional, and sometimes boring, lap-style products, but they do tend to be more expensive. Still, vinyl siding prices are much more manageable than natural or even manufactured alternatives. We suggest requesting a quote from a vinyl siding professional to get started.


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