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Determining which siding to use for your home is a big decision to make. Because different types of siding perform differently and offer different benefits it’s important to take the time to research your options so you choose the best siding for your home.
If you’re looking for a siding material that is built to last and withstand storms, steel siding may be a good option for you. According to Home Advisor, steel is perhaps the toughest, most durable siding presently available to homeowners. And when compared to other siding materials, steel rises to the top for many reasons.
Here are five reasons steel siding is a good choice.
According to House Logic, with proper maintenance steel siding can last up to fifty years. This siding material has the strength of galvanized steel, which makes it incredibly tough and durable, so resist any bumps, dents, and other possible dings.
The Ply Gem Steel Siding Collection is backed by an industry-leading limited lifetime warranty (50-year hail and 35-year fade). This level of warranty is not typically offered with other siding materials, such as fiber cement siding or engineered wood siding.
Steel is available in a variety of bold colors such as darker grays, blues, and greens. The rich hues will add eye-catching charm to any home’s curb appeal, without the added maintenance and regular painting that comes with other types of siding.
Ply Gem’s steel siding is made of up of 50 percent recycled material and is 100 percent recyclable. Because it is predominantly made of recycled material, it has been flagged as a superior green product by environmentally-conscious builders.
According to a recent Ply Gem survey conducted by Nielsen, 44 percent of homeowners say they worry more about a storm damaging their home today than they did five years ago. If this describes you, then steel siding could be the perfect fit for your home. Steel siding is thicker and heavier than other types of siding, making it less prone to dents and damage caused by hail and extreme wind.
Want to learn more about what steel siding can do for your home? Visit Ply Gem’s website here: Ply Gem Steel Siding Collection.