One of the top vinyl siding manufacturers in the country, Crane Siding has been in the business for an impressive 50 years. Crane products are known for quality and extreme durability—and come with a killer warranty to back it up. Here’s some more info to get you started.
The cost of Crane vinyl siding should run from $2-$7 after installation. The price will vary depending on the product used. Get a price quote for cost info in your area.
Crane siding is known for durability, and they have one of the strongest warranties in the industry to prove it. Their siding is said to be able to last the life of your home.
Crane siding is virtually maintenance-free and only requires a small amount of upkeep here and there. For tough dirt and grime, simply scrub the area with a car-washing brush and solution of powdered detergent (1/3 cup), powdered household cleaner (2/3 cup), and water (1 gallon) if needed. Otherwise, just hose the siding down with water or allow the rain to do the job.
Crane siding can be purchased from authorized dealers across the United States and Canada, including The Home Depot. You can visit their website to find the closest dealer near you.
Crane offers nine siding lines in all, with four in their Exterior Portfolio and five in the Performance Vinyl Siding category. Here are just a few:
Crane was first established in 1947, after which it began producing solid vinyl siding for companies like Alside and CertainTeed. It wasn’t until around 1976 that Crane released its own line of siding, which they continue today.
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