When building a home, and it comes time to choose the siding, you want to make sure you choose something durable. Something that isn’t phased by a little wind and rain. The last thing you need after spending money on a new home is to have to deal with siding that is flapping in the wind after the first storm of the year comes through. For this reason, many people opt for concrete siding, stucco siding, stone siding, and brick siding. All of those options, however, can be quite expensive.
An excellent alternative, and one that will withstand the elements, is faux wall paneling. Unlike the regular flimsy siding you often see on homes, it is made from a high quality polyurethane material. The polyurethane begins as a foam, and takes the form of the original material it is being molded from (stone, brick, or wood). It is then painted to match the authentic material, and looks exactly the same. It is a very strong and closed cell material. Because of this it is impenetrable by moisture. When properly applied, it is designed to withstand the effects of all types of weather, both hot and cold. No matter what storm blows in, your faux wall paneling siding will be able to handle it like a champ.
Because each panel is impenetrable by moisture, this makes the faux wall paneling resistant to mold, mildew, and rot. It is also UV resistant. In a nutshell, faux wall paneling is about as durable as it gets in the vinyl siding world.
Are you picking up what we are throwing down?
You can have gorgeous siding that looks exactly like authentic stone, brick, or wood without paying the associated material and labor costs by adding faux wall paneling from Faux Direct! This is huge! The best part about the whole deal is that all of the faux wall panels are lightweight and can be installed all by yourself. They all come with a step-by-step installation guide that walks you through the entire process. All that is required are a few standard tools and either caulk or glue, and the job can usually be accomplished in a day!
Look at the faux stone used here for the siding on this building:
And the faux stone here used on this stand alone garage:
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