Vinyl Siding Style GuideVinyl siding looks just like real wood and has many other benefits, including low maintenance, energy efficiency, water resistance, and low maintenance. Vinyl siding is a very popular type. There are many styles of siding. We have listed the most popular to give you as many options as possible when building or remodeling your home.

There are many styles of horizontal siding available, including traditional lap siding, Dutch lap and beaded styles. You can also choose from a variety of wood grain textures to replicate the appearance of real wood siding without having to worry about the maintenance. Horizontal siding’s classic look is what we love. You can use different textures and colors to create the look that you want.

Design tip: Vinyl siding is versatile and can be used to complement many styles. You can add the finishing touches to any design with the help of trims and accessories.

Vertical Vinyl Siding

What makes vertical siding so special? Vertical siding is all about the vertical line pattern! This is a great choice for entryways, gables, gables, and dormers. There are many styles available, including traditional vertical panels and a board-and-batten style that alternates between wide and narrow vertical panel to create a classic look associated with historic homes.

Design Tip: You can choose from smooth, or wood grain finishes to complement your home’s unique style.

Shingles & Shakes Vinyl Siding

Shakes and Shingles are well-known for their low maintenance costs, authentic appearance, and cost effectiveness. These shingles can be used as whole-house siding or decorative borders. Combining shakes and shingles together with other materials like stone will give your home a natural look that will add great curb appeal.

Design tip: Cedar Shingles are mainly used as decorative elements, often on the gables of a house. We love to mix colors and textures in design.

Insulated Vinyl Siding

Since its introduction, insulation vinyl siding has been a huge success. It’s basically vinyl siding laminated with foam core backing. It has many benefits. It provides a barrier against moisture and air infiltration, as well as a thermal break to stop heat transmission. This is a great choice for increasing the efficiency of your home’s energy consumption. Insulated siding is also less noisy and has a cleaner, more appealing appearance.

Remodeling magazine’s 2010 Cost-vs.-Value report found vinyl siding can recover more than 80% of its cost. Tollefson Bros. stocks most of the major brands. Our professionals will show you how maintenance-free exteriors can be. Our experts are skilled in restoring historic properties and updating existing homes. Tollefson Bros. Exteriors can add beauty, style, and energy efficiency to your home with permanent siding.