Since it's so cheap and practical while still looking relatively well on a wide variety of homes, vinyl siding is a very popular material to put on residential walls. However, since vinyl siding panels typically come in lengths too small to cover the entirety of an uninterrupted wall without seams, the responsibility is on you to cover and obscure the seams when they're in particularly conspicuous places. In particular, pay attention to these three common problem spots where plants can be employed to conceal seams in vinyl siding.
Adding siding to your home is huge investment. However, when you consider the complete overhaul that it gives your home exterior, it is actually quite cost effective. If you want to make the project as affordable as possible, you should consider installing it on your own. Vinyl siding is sold in kits that are easy to install. This article will teach you how to install vinyl siding on your own. It is a great DIY project because it requires minimal tools and training.