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A Quick Guide to Popular Siding Profiles

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • October 30, 2020
Exterior vinyl siding comes in a wide range of colors, styles, finishes and profiles. This material is popular as it has an uncanny resemblance with wood but doesn’t require as much maintenance. Choosing the right design for your home can contribute to an increased...

Debunking Myths About Vinyl Siding

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • August 12, 2020
As a homeowner, you’ve probably considered vinyl as a siding replacement, but haven’t made a decision because of a few things you’ve heard. Don’t pass up on this siding material just yet; those myths about vinyl siding are not at all true, according...

Benefits of Wood Siding for Your Home

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • July 27, 2020
When choosing new siding for your home, it’s important to choose a material that fits your budget, aesthetic requirements and maintenance capabilities. If you haven’t decided yet on which material to use, consider wood siding from Harmony Home Improvement, trusted professional siding and deck...

What Are the Best Features of Vinyl Siding?

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • February 27, 2020
Vinyl siding was introduced in the U.S. during the late 50s and 60s. Back in the day, vinyl siding tends to crack and sage. However, modern vinyl has significantly improved in not only appearance but also durability, making it an ideal cladding option...

Vinyl Siding: A Sustainable Building Product

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • November 27, 2019
Apart from its durability, affordability and low-maintenance qualities, vinyl siding also helps play a vital and growing role in ensuring the long-term health of the planet. For siding manufacturer CertainTeed™, it is the only cladding product that can be recycled multiple times into...

What is Ply Gem Steel Siding?

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • October 18, 2019
Ply Gem’s Steel Siding is one of the strongest exterior options in the industry. Unlike other materials, steel resists water absorption, which can cause the siding to delaminate, rot and crumble. It’s also composed of up to 50 percent recycled materials and completely...