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Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is the most popular choice for finishing exterior walls in America today. It’s affordable, durable, and comes in a wide variety of styles, profiles, colors and finishes. At Topper Construction, we install vinyl siding products made by all of the leading manufacturers, including CertainTeed, Mastic, KP and many others.

Vinyl siding protects your home from the harshest elements — from 110+ mile-per-hour winds to extreme heat and frigid cold. When your vinyl siding is professionally installed by Topper Construction, it will never need to be repainted and is practically maintenance-free. In fact, a periodic cleaning with a mild soap and a rinse from the garden hose is all it takes to keep your vinyl siding looking brand new.

Benefits of Vinyl Siding

Low Maintenance

The number one benefit of vinyl siding is that it is low maintenance. Most vinyl siding manufacturers offer limited lifetime warranties. This means that other than the occasional washing, it’s maintenance free.

Durable

Professionally installed vinyl siding has the ability to withstand winds in excess of 110 miles-per-hour, and can maintain an excellent condition for years and years. For high traffic areas, impact resistant siding is also available.

Versatile

Vinyl siding is available in three main types: lap (horizonal), shake, and board-n-batten (vertical). Each type is available in a wide variety of profiles, colors and finish textures. Combining the different types and adding vinyl siding accessories such as lineals gives you an almost unlimited number of possibilities to customize your home’s look.

Energy efficiency

Most manufacturers make insulated vinyl siding to add R-value to you home. This helps keep your house cooler in the summer, and warmer in the winter.

With Topper Construction, you’ll see the benefit of nearly three decades of experience. If you’re interested vinyl siding, contact Topper Construction at 301-874-0220 or email us at info@topperconstruction.com. We can help you with projects in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Northern Virginia.