Homes in Michigan are subject to damage from ice, wind, and hail. As such, one of the best ways to protect your investment is with vinyl siding. Modern improvements have made vinyl siding more impact resistant than ever-here’s why it is the best choice for a number of structures. Choose Vinyl Siding for its Ice and Hail Resistance

Made to Withstand High Winds

Vinyl siding can withstand winds of up to 75 miles per hour. That’s about twice as fast as average blizzard winds, which clock in at around 35 miles per hour. This means you will not have to worry about losing siding (and your home becoming unprotected) during a winter storm. By providing this type of protection, vinyl siding will help ensure that the inside of your home remains warm and well insulated as well.

Impact Resistant

When vinyl siding was first placed on the market, consumers had to be concerned with panels breaking or cracking. Vinyl siding has come a long way since then, and is now more durable and rugged than ever. In fact, vinyl siding can easily withstand any impact from the ice or hail storms that are common here in central Michigan. If you are looking for a solution that will provide great looking results for years to come, vinyl is an excellent choice.

Avoid Rot and Mildew

Ice and snow can leave you with another problem come spring, and that is the possibility of mold, mildew, or rot. Even a little bit of moisture can leave your home vulnerable, and might also increase the odds of an insect infestation. When installed by a professional team such as ours, vinyl siding provides a tight-fitting seal that will ensure your house is well protected year round.

Aside from these benefits, vinyl siding comes in a multitude of colors and textures, and can greatly enhance the curb appeal of any residence. To see some vinyl siding samples or obtain an estimate, please contact us.