ROSSELLI
ROOFING & SIDING, LLC
5 Roy Court
Wantage, NJ 07461
Tel (973) 702-8200
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RESIDENTIAL VINYL SIDING

Vinyl siding was first introduced to the exterior cladding market in the early 1960s and steadily grew in popularity over the next four decades because of its durability, versatility, and ease of maintenance. The product is manufactured primarily with polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a material that gives it impact resistance, rigidity, and strength.

PVC starts with two simple building blocks: chlorine (57%) from common salt and ethylene (43%) from natural gas. Most of the natural gas utilized to manufacture ethylene is domestically produced, which reduces consumption of imported oil products.

Today, vinyl siding is the number one choice of exterior cladding across the United States and Canada. In fact, U.S. Census Bureau statistics show twice as many homeowners side their homes with vinyl than with any other material. Vinyl siding is available in a broad palette of colors, profiles and architectural trim to assist architects, builders and homeowners in customizing their new construction and renovation designs, and can complement historical restoration projects. We offer many excellent choices from Alcoa and James Hardie.

Board and Batten Sample
Triple 2-2/3" Sample
Triple 3" Sample
Double 4" Sample
Board and Batten
Triple 2-2/3"
Triple 3"
Double 4"
Double 4" Dutch Lap Sample
Double 4.5" Sample
Double 4.5" Dutch Lap Sample
Double 5" Sample
Double 4" Dutch Lap
Double 4.5"
Double 4.5" Dutch Lap
Double 5"
Double 5" Dutch Lap Sample
Double 6" Sample
Single 6.5" Beaded Sample
Single 7" Sample
Double 5" Dutch Lap
Double 6"
Single 6.5" Beaded
Single 7"
Vinyl Scallops Sample
Shakes
 
Vinyl Scallops
Vinyl Shakes

Vinyl Siding Colors

Almond
Atlantic Aqua
Autumn Gold
Blushing Coral
Cameo
Classic Cream
Colonial Yellow
Almond
Atlantic Aqua
Autumn Gold
Blushing Coral
Cameo
Classic Cream
Colonial Yellow
Deep Granite
Desert Sand
English Wedgewood
Everest
Harbor Grey
Hazelwood
Lakeshore Fern
Deep Granite
Desert Sand
English Wedgewood
Everest
Harbor Grey
Hazelwood
Lakeshore Fern
Linen
Montana Suede
Pebblestone Clay
Portsmouth Blue
Quiet Willow
Rugged Canyon
Russet Red
Linen Montana Suede Pebblestone Clay Portsmouth Blue Quiet Willow Rugged Canyon Russet Red
Sage Sandstone Scottish Thistle Serene Seaglass Silver Grey Terra Cotta Tuscan Olive
Sage Sandstone Scottish Thistle Serene Seaglass Silver Grey Terra Cotta Tuscan Olive
Victorian Grey White Wicker        
Victorian Grey
White
Wicker
       

NOTE: Colors may vary. We recommend making your final selection using actual vinyl samples.

Vinyl Siding Benefits

Vinyl siding is a popular choice for homeowners who want to improve the looks of their home without painting. While vinyl is relatively inexpensive, and long lasting, there are some pros and cons when it comes to choosing it for your home. There are many factors to consider when looking at installing vinyl siding.

Durability: One of the main reasons homeowners want to install vinyl siding is because it is long lasting and durable. Most vinyl siding companies offer siding that should last for a very long time. Vinyl siding can stand up to most weather conditions without worry of severe damage. Newer vinyl is even stronger than the older versions and is less likely to crack and become brittle. In addition, vinyl siding can withstand years of sunlight without fading.

Maintenance: Vinyl siding is easy to maintain. There is no need to ever paint the siding and it never fades from the elements. The only regular maintenance vinyl siding needs is to be spray washed once or twice a year. Vinyl siding keeps its new look year after year. If moisture becomes an issue, you will need to re-caulk the joints between the siding and trim.

Cost Effective: Over the long term, vinyl siding can be cost effective. It is much more inexpensive than repainting and repairing wood on a home. The initial cost of vinyl siding will vary depending on the size of the home and the quality, grains and thickness. Some also believe that vinyl siding can help reduce energy bills by serving as an extra layer of insulation.

Appearance: Vinyl siding comes in many grains and colors to suit most homes. Newer siding has the color baked in through the vinyl instead of applied. This means that the color stays true over a longer period and will not show scratches or small imperfections.

Severe Weather Conditions: While it is true that most vinyl siding can withstand most weather conditions, some siding can be damaged in very severe weather. It can often be less durable than wood in extreme weather conditions. Very heavy and violent winds can penetrate under the siding and lift panels from the wall. Wind-blown debris can puncture siding. It is also important to remember that when damage to vinyl siding occurs, only that damaged panel will need to be replaced.

Cost: While vinyl siding can be cost effective over a long period, it may not substantially lower energy bills. Siding is backed with Styrofoam, but even with the thicker varieties, does not sufficiently insulate a wall.

Whether you are choosing vinyl siding for the looks or durability, it is always important to research vinyl siding before having it put on your home. Siding can be beneficial to homeowners looking for a durable and maintenance-free way of improving the home.

Vinyl Siding Comparison

We at Rosselli Roofing & Siding install a very wide variety of sidings including vinyl, cement boards, aluminum, steel, and other materials. Vinyl siding is not for everybody; some people love to paint, and others who want real cedar. We try to give exactly what’s wanted. Vinyl siding generally appeals to people who do not want to paint or have difficult homes to maintain.

Vinyl Siding Precautions

Moisture Trap: While vinyl siding needs little maintenance to stay new looking, it can trap moisture if not prepared properly. When moisture becomes trapped underneath siding panels, it can rot and cause mold and mildew to grow and can become a breeding ground for insects. Additionally, if moisture is left untreated, the dampness can seep through to the inside of the house causing damp walls, however Rosselli Roofing & Siding knows how to prepare the project properly and can guarantee our work to your satisfaction.

Damage Control: Vinyl siding does come in an array of colors, however, in older, cheaper siding, if a panel becomes damaged it may be difficult to match the color. Some fading could occur with cheaper siding after only five years.

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Rosselli Roofing & Siding specialize in difficult assignments, frequently using extraordinary materials and demanding techniques. So, if you're looking for something unique or just a project done correctly, you've come to the right professionals to do the jobWe've Got You Covered!

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