• Vinyl Siding is Long Lasting, Elegant and Time Saving

  • Vinyl Siding is Key: Looking for an elegant, cheaper and longer lasting alternative to painting your house? Want to invest in material that will not have to be re-painted and hassled with year after year? If you answered yes to both these questions – than vinyl siding is here to answer your prayers.

    Not only is vinyl siding less of a hassle than painting, but it is also a great way to add value to your home. After all, why would you pay someone to spend a ton of time replacing rotten wood, preparing your outer walls and installing vinyl siding if it did not hold long term benefits? 

    Vinyl sliding also works as a fantastic way to protect the walls of your home. The material has become so beloved and has been proven effective so thoroughly that it is currently the most common choice for house siding in both the United States and Canada. Vinyl’s classy look, aesthetically excellent presentation and durability make it an excellent choice for those decorating on a budget.

    Wondering how much it would cost you to update your house to vinyl sliding? At Price Rite Roofing & Siding we offer free, on-site comprehensive estimates of how much it will cost you to install brand-new vinyl siding. Every home has its own needs, and every owner has their own dream, so we work closely with our customers to ensure their satisfaction. 

    If you are ready to save money and make your home more beautiful, do not hesitate a moment longer before contacting Price Rite Roofing & Siding. In addition to installing vinyl siding, Price Rite Roofing & Siding offers many other useful services to proud homeowners.

  • Vinyl Siding Repair & Replacement

    Many issues can arise with vinyl siding that requires a professional touch to ensure the problem does not repeat itself. Whether your siding was installed improperly, or it just needs some upkeep, Price Rite Roofing & Siding has you covered. 

    Several potential problems are common when dealing with vinyl siding. For example, if many pieces are beginning to fall off or buckle, the nails used to install them may have been nailed in to tightly. By loosening the material, you will be able to help avoid future fall-offs in the future. 

    When someone installs new vinyl siding onto a house, there is often some pieces left over. Additionally, many contractors will let the customer keep these pieces in case siding has remaining issues. Whether you need help replacing these siding bits or need additional matching material for repairs, our dedicated representatives will be happy to help you. 

  • Can You Paint Vinyl Siding?

    If you want to make an extra investment in painting your vinyl siding, Price Rite Roofing & Siding can help. Let us wash, prep and paint your siding to ensure the highest quality paint coat that will last for a long time. We understand the value of hand washing over power washing, which is why we always use the right chemicals and strategies to ensure excess water is not left inside of your vinyl siding. 

    Unlike regular paint processed, vinyl coloring is not done through surface coating, but rather by permeating the material. This helps ensure the color does not wear away. However, if you want to update the coloring of your vinyl siding, you can use 100% acrylic latex paint (preferably two layers) to provide a quality finish. Similar to regular painting, this paint will need to be touched up from time to time.

    So yes, If you don’t like the color of your vinyl siding, you can repaint it. Two coats of high quality 100% acrylic latex paint is recommended for a sound finish. But please keep in mind, if you do plan to paint your siding, you will need to repaint it periodically, the same way that board siding has to be.

  • Vinyl Siding Maintenance

    Vinyl is much more durable than wood, but still has occasional problems that require maintenance. Unlike the rot/wear problems that happen with wood siding, vinyl instead either cracks or punctures. 

    There are two primary factors that will lead to your vinyl siding being damaged: foliage and the wind. Unkept trees, shrubbery, and other plants can put pressure on the siding causing damage while high winds can literally rip the siding off of your house. The better the installation job, the harder it will be for siding to be torn off your house by the wind. Additionally, if you have important plants near your house that threaten your vinyl siding, it may be a good idea to cover them with plastic tarps. 

    At Price Rite we recommend cleaning your vinyl siding once a year to ensure it is kept in a tip-top condition and presentation. High-pressure hoses can help get rid of grime while simple sponging and detergent can help you provide a polish to your siding.