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House sided with vinyl siding and trim.

Advantages of Vinyl Siding and Trim for Your Home

If you’re tired of scraping and painting the outside of your house every few years, vinyl siding and trim could be the answer.

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How to Repair Holes in Vinyl Siding

Tom asks, “How can you repair holes in vinyl siding caused by storm damage?”

While vinyl siding is durable, it can sustain damage from extreme weather. Read on to find out how to repair damaged siding.

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House with new vinyl siding and trim.

Choosing Vinyl Siding for Your Home

Choosing the color and style of vinyl siding for your home is easier than ever, thanks to interactive online design tools that allow you to upload a photo of your house and display the siding you select. Watch this video to find out more.

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How to Clean Vinyl Siding

Elvin asks, “How do I clean vinyl siding, especially areas that have mildew or mold?”

Even though vinyl siding is a low maintenance material, it still needs cleaning from time to time. Read on to find out how to clean vinyl siding on your house.

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Removing asbestos siding on a house.

How to Remove and Dispose of Asbestos Siding and Roofing

The hard, brittle, siding and roofing installed on many homes before 1980 often contained asbestos. It should be tested before being disturbed or removed, and safety precautions taken if asbestos is found. Watch this video to find out more.

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Dealing with Asbestos Siding: Cover Over or Remove?

Frank asks, “I plan to install vinyl siding on a house that has asbestos siding. Should I remove the asbestos siding or side over it?”

While asbestos siding is often sided over, removal by a certified asbestos abatement contractor is the best option. Read on to find out more.

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Dream Designer: Your Guide to a New Vinyl Siding Home Exterior

Vinyl siding has been the number one choice in exterior siding for new single-family homes for the last 16 years. Thanks to the Dream Designer website visualizer from Exterior Portfolio, you can now see an image of the vinyl siding of your choice on your home. Read this video to find out more.

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Cypress V-groove ceiling being installed.

Advantages of Cypress Wood Used on the Kuppersmith Project House

Cypress was used for both the wood shake siding and V-groove porch ceiling on the Kuppersmith Project house. Cypress wood contains a natural preservative oil that prevents rot and decay. Cypress wood can be painted, stained, or left unfinished to weather to a silver gray. Watch this video to find out more.

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