Leader in the siding industry for nearly 80 years, Mastic Home Exteriors now makes durable vinyl and aluminum siding in a variety of colors and styles. If you’re in the market for siding, you won’t want to overlook this company. Here’s some more info to get you started.
On average, vinyl siding should cost from $1 per square foot for the DIY variety to $7 for professional installation. This can vary depending on the materials used and the price of labor. Get siding quotes to estimate costs in your area.
Mastic siding is very durable and won’t rot, peel, or warp like wood siding options. It is also backed by a warranty that covers defective products.
Mastic siding requires very little maintenance and repair. All the company suggests is occasionally power-washing the siding at eye level (if you aim the water upwards, it can collect behind the siding). Make sure to set the pressure between 1,500 PSI and 2,400 PSI.
Mastic offers an exclusive Registered VIP Limited Lifetime Warranty that covers product defects. If defective, the product will be replaced for the original homeowner as long as they live in the home and for any subsequent owners for up to 50 years after the installation date.
Yes, Mastic vinyl siding increases the insulation of walls up to an additional R4, which means that the wall system R-Value can go up by 26%.
Mastic first entered the siding market in 1932, when they came out with an asphalt-based siding that they patented. They began marketing vinyl siding in 1959 and later joined the Alcoa family (of Alcoa Brand Exteriors) in 1989.
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