The energy crisis of the 1970s led to a sharp increase in raw material prices, including aluminum. This situation led to other siding options to infiltrate the market, such as vinyl siding and stucco. Due to its economical price, vinyl siding gained popularity and remained the primary choice of home builders for decades.
In recent years, we have seen a resurgence in popularity for aluminum siding. The industrial look of aluminum is definitely what makes it appealing. Not only does it offer a sleek and modern design, but it is also available in a variety of colors and finishes. The perfect material for added depth and dimension.
The characteristics that made aluminum siding so popular at the time are still relevant today.
- Lightweight material
- Low maintenance
- Safe and easy installation, no need for special respirators or tools.
- Exceptional fire resistance rating, allowing for proximity to other buildings and commercial projects.
- Durable, aluminum does not rust, rot, or succumb to insect damage.
- Worry-free warranty, peace of mind for years to come.
Enhance the look of your project by incorporating aluminum cladding, highlighting key architectural points. With a growing variety of colors and finishes, it is becoming a top contender among other materials.