A Classic and Elegant Look for Your Home
Beaded seam vinyl siding is a popular choice for homeowners looking to update the exterior of their homes. It is a type of horizontal vinyl siding that features a unique, bead-like edge design that adds visual interest and texture to a home's façade. Beaded seam siding is known for its durability, ease of maintenance, and cost-effectiveness compared to traditional wood or aluminum siding. It comes in a variety of colors and styles to match any aesthetic, making it a versatile option for any home. With its long-lasting performance and attractive appearance, beaded seam siding is an excellent investment for homeowners seeking to improve their home's value and curb appeal.
Signs Your Home Needs New Siding
There are several indicators that your home requires new siding. Visible damage or deterioration of your current siding, such as warping, cracking, or rotting, is one of the most obvious signs. Another indicator is if your siding is faded or discolored, which can be caused by sun damage or poor-quality materials. Any gaps, holes, or missing siding pieces are also indicators that your siding needs to be replaced. Furthermore, if you notice drafts or an increase in your energy bills, it could be due to poor insulation caused by worn-out siding. Another sign is the presence of pests such as termites or carpenter ants, which can cause extensive damage to wood siding. If you notice any of these problems, you should hire a professional siding contractor to inspect your siding and make recommendations for repair or replacement.
Why Install CertainTeed Beaded Seam Vinyl Siding?
Made by CertainTeed, Carolina Beaded™ seam vinyl siding never needs to be painted and comes with a standard protective coating, eliminating the need for costly maintenance associated with wood or aluminum siding. Carolina Beaded™ vinyl siding has a premium thickness of .044 inches, which is thicker than some beaded seam vinyl siding that can be as thin as .035 inches. The difference in thickness ensures that the siding will not sag or warp over time, making it a worthwhile investment for those who want their siding to last a long time. The vinyl siding is similar in price to the highest grade of cedar, but installation is much more affordable and secure due to the STUDFinder™ installation system, which uses a marking system to create a secure connection between the siding and the home. The siding experts at Victory are here to help with any questions you have about vinyl siding styles.