Halifax Vinyl Siding: Classic Traditional Style

The news that author Maurice Sendak has died has saddened many people today. Sendak is best known for his children’s classic, Where the Wild Things Are. This short story features a boy named Max and the adventures he has after being sent to bed without his supper, having been very naughty indeed. For countless people, just a glimpse of this book will bring them back to their childhood.That’s why Where The Wild Things Are has lingered on best seller lists for a very long time now.

What about the Halifax home owner that wants their home to have the classic, traditional look of their own childhood home? You can have the look of classic New England architecture without being committed to a grueling, intense schedule of household maintenance. Halifax Vinyl Siding is available in a wide range of colors and finishes to deliver exactly the look you want – with none of the maintenance you hate.

Let’s face it. Painted clapboard siding can be perfectly lovely. There’s just no getting around the fact that it’s also a lot of work. Even the best paints have a hard time standing up to the extremes of New England weather. Scorching summer heat and frigid winter winds take their toll. To keep your home looking great, every few years, you’re going to have to paint the house.  It’s a big job if you do it yourself – and expensive if you have someone else doing the work.

In Halifax, vinyl siding is a proven winner during even the most extreme weather. The color stays strong and true for years. Today’s high quality vinyl siding doesn’t split or crack easily. The color goes right through: if your siding gets dinged or scratched, it won’t show easily.  You never have to paint the house. An occasional spray with the hose is all you need to keep the house looking great.