Vinyl Siding Installation in Green Bay
Overhead Solutions installs vinyl siding in Brown County and across Wisconsin. This style of siding is super strong and long-lasting. Vinyl siding doesn’t dent. It doesn’t rust. And it doesn’t act as a source of food for termites.
Vinyl siding doesn’t easily crack in hail - it’s water-resistant. Wind has a hard time ripping it from the side of your home. This stuff is nigh-indestructible. Contact the Green Bay vinyl siding experts at Overhead Solutions for a free quote.
Vinyl Siding Prices
The best part of vinyl siding is its cost— it’s super inexpensive. The siding we use is man-made, so it’s not a limited resource, and it’s really easy to install. Material and siding installation costs are kept low, which allow us to pass on the savings, making it one of the most inexpensive materials we have to offer.
Vinyl Siding Colors, Textures, and Alignment Options
Vinyl siding comes in a variety of colors and textures. Choose from horizontally- or vertically-aligned vinyl siding, depending on the look you want for your house.
Vinyl Siding Colors
With vinyl siding, you don’t have to worry about fading color. Within the first year of application, paint can fade, chip, or peel, but vinyl siding maintains its color for years – all thanks to new color-retention technology.
Vinyl Siding Textures
Vinyl siding comes in different textures, including wood shake. Unlike natural wood, you won’t have to worry about termites ruining the siding’s aesthetic.
Water-Resistant Vinyl Siding
Vinyl siding is not waterproof, it’s water-resistant. Its overlapping and interlocking method of installation makes it vulnerable to being permeated by water. Overhead Solutions knows how to properly place a layer of material between the siding and outer wall - further enhancing your home’s protection from water.
Insulated Vinyl Siding
Insulated vinyl siding has several advantages. It can help keep your wallet fat and energy bills slim. Insulated siding also resists cracking in extreme cold temps. It’s slightly higher in cost, but offers immense utility bill savings within a 5-10 year period - depending on how often you use your home’s central heating.