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Horizontal Vinyl Siding

Known for its versatility when it comes to design, vinyl siding is available in a horizontal option as well. Many brands offer this option to ensure homeowners can get the right aesthetic they’re looking for. Horizontal siding has its own set of pros and cons, making it important for homeowners to understand the difference between horizontal and vertical vinyl siding.

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Horizontal Vinyl Siding Pros and Cons

Horizontal vinyl siding is the most cost-effective siding product, great for homeowners who have a strict budget to stick to. Horizontal siding is also much easier to install, meaning a quicker installation process for those who have a rigid timeline or need relatively low downtime for their home renovation.

Horizontal siding can be less durable than vertical siding due to the fact that it’s more prone to water damage. Rainfall and moisture is more easily trapped in between the gaps of horizontal siding. Horizontal siding is also more difficult to clean than vertical siding, but this isn’t as significant due to the low maintenance requirements of vinyl siding.

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