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vinyl siding

Vinyl siding is a popular exterior cladding material used in residential and commercial construction. It is made of a plastic material called PVC (polyvinyl chloride), which is molded into panels that mimic the look of wood, stone, or other natural materials. They  provide a durable, low-maintenance alternative to traditional siding materials.

Unlike wood or brick siding, it does not require painting or staining and is resistant to water, insects, and other common elements that can cause damage to traditional siding materials.

One major advantage of vinyl siding is its affordability. It is one of the most cost-effective exterior cladding options available.It is also available in a wide range of styles, colours, and textures, making it easy to find a product that will suit the aesthetic of any building. From traditional wooden siding to modern, low-gloss finishes, there is a vinyl siding product available to match any design preference.

Overall, vinyl siding is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a low-maintenance, affordable, and stylish option for their exterior cladding.

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Dutch Lap

Dutch lap vinyl siding, also known as "Dutch lap profile" or "Dutch Colonial profile," is a specific type of vinyl siding that is designed to mimic the look of traditional wooden lap siding. This type of siding has a distinctive, rounded profile that gives it a unique and attractive appearance, making it a popular choice for both new construction and remodeling projects.

The Dutch lap profile is characterized by a wide, flat face that is overlapped by a narrow, rounded lip. This design creates a subtle shadow line that adds depth and dimension to the siding, making it look more like natural wood. The rounded lip also helps to deflect water away from the siding, helping to prevent water damage.


Vinyl shake is designed to mimic the look of traditional wooden shakes, but with the added benefits of modern vinyl technology. It is made from high-quality vinyl materials that are engineered to be durable, low-maintenance, and long-lasting.

They are available in a variety of colors and styles, including those that resemble natural wood grains.

Unlike traditional wooden shakes, vinyl shakes do not need to be painted, stained, or treated to protect them from the elements. This means that homeowners can enjoy the look of natural wood without the hassle of regular upkeep.

This choice is for homeowners who want the classic look of traditional wooden shakes.


Bevelled vinyl siding has a distinctive angled profile that creates a shadow line between each panel. This shadow line helps to create a sense of depth and dimension, making the siding look more like traditional wooden bevelled siding.

The bevelled design of this siding is achieved through a process of angling the edge of each panel. This angled edge, combined with the flat face of the panel, creates a subtle shadow line that adds visual interest to the exterior of the building. It is a good choice for most BC homes.

Vertical Board & Batten

Vinyl board and batten siding  mimics the look of traditional wooden board and batten siding. This type of siding is made up of wide, vertical panels (the "boards") that are separated by narrow, horizontal strips (the "battens"). The combination of these two elements creates a unique, rustic look that is ideal for homes with a more traditional or country-style design. It is hard to distinguish from hardie board and batten by looking at it.

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Different Styles of Vinyl Siding 

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