Siding Guidelines for Neighborhoods
Whether you live in a new development or a historic district, your community officials may require your exterior home siding design to match a certain color or texture. These regulations help to maintain the character of your neighborhood, although they can sometimes pose problems when you're making changes to your home's exterior siding.
The strong architectural styles of the past are preserved in the materials we have today, with technological advancements that provide long lasting benefits beyond the aesthetics. The historic traditions of architecture are easily and accurately recreated using Fullback®V siding insulation with vinyl siding.
Insulated trim accessories are also available to complete your siding job, while still preserving the character of your home and your community.
"We recognize new products and technology that can successfully and beautifully recreate the spirit of the past, without literally living in the past."-Molly Russel, Village of Pinehurst Planner
Occasionally there are neighborhoods that have exceptionally strict guidelines, and even ban certain types of cladding materials. Progressive Foam has helped homeowners overturn these siding guidelines stipulations. If a situation ever arises where vinyl siding with Fullback®V siding insulation is meeting resistance due to certain restrictions on exterior siding design, Progressive Foam is always available to help. Call and see how we can help get Fullback®V siding insulation for vinyl approved for your home.
Below is a literature piece from the Vinyl Siding Institute describing how vinyl siding has been used as a on historic restoration projects.