Polaris Vinyl Siding
The only exterior cladding (material) with a product certification program put in place by an independent, quality control company that is accredited and used nationwide. With many different options other than traditional wood siding, it’s the most versatile substitute. With hundreds of different profiles, shapes, and colors, a homeowner can achieve any custom design. It brings curb appeal that doesn’t deteriorate like other wood and fiber-based siding.
On top of esthetics, Polaris exceeds the industry standard requirements for wind rating. They go above and beyond protecting against heavy winds up to 193 mph. This protection is warrantied with all their siding lines, UltraSide, WeatherTech and ValuSmart Brands.
With its Armor Coding, Acrylonitrile-Styrene-Acrylate capstock resin, you never have to worry about rot or decaying. With this capstock resin and vinyl siding not being water dissolvable, you can rest easy knowing you made the right choice choosing Polaris. Its attention to detail when designing makes it the best rain screening product that doesn’t trap water whereas your traditional siding products progressively disintegrate with contact to moisture.
The International Code Council (ICC) requires all vinyl siding to be certified and labeled by an approved quality control agency. It is to assure that their product conforms to ASTM D3679. Federal, State, and local building code requirements nationwide. The model code 2006 ICC was put into place in 2006 and has been the standard ever since.
Another appealing aspect to Polaris is that its (2) main are recycled and joined with other recycled material, it is proud to say its NGBS Green Certified. It's these quality components that limit its effects on landfills and the environment. Nearly all its off-spec material at the production stage is recycled products.
All Siding, Soffit and accessories are backed by a Limited, Lifetime Warranty against manufacturer’s defects. This warranty is all transferable for 50 years if needed. Starting at the time of installation you, the property owner are protected from material and workmanship defects. This is important as this will help your investment into your home.
Limited Fade Warranty
Along with defects, their products are also warrantied against “Excessive Fading”. All different types of material products in our industry weather or fade to a certain point. This difference is defined in the code ASTM D2244, and is determined ultimately by Style Crest Inc. If you have ever seen a home that has fading on their siding, you know that it is an eye-sore. There are several things that can expedite your siding fading, such as: Extreme weather in Dayton, OH, Excessive exposure to sun and normal wear and tear. This is why having a limited warranty to help protect your investment of siding replacement is vital.
Limited Hail Damage Warranty
Lastly, Polaris’s products come with a warranty that addresses hail damage. This also is defined in the above-mentioned code ASTM D2244. Dayton is no stranger to hail, tornadoes and other types of extreme weather. The fact that a manufacturer understands that and is willing to stand by their product, is huge. If your home suffers hail damage outside of the scope of the limited warranty, All Around Roofing, Siding & Gutters may be able to assist you with filing an insurance claim for roof damage or siding damage!
Above I stated all the reasons we offer these products in our services and why we feel you should as well. At bare minimum it justifies why Polaris Vinyl Siding and Soffit Products stand next to other top brands in our industry and will be around for the foreseeable future. Thanks for reading and I hope this information helps you with adventures.
Owners of All Around Roofing, Siding & Gutters
Fred White & Joel Hisle