Seamless vinyl siding is a type of vinyl siding that is designed to be installed without showing seams. This gives the home a seamless, streamlined look and distinguishes it from other homes that use a vinyl type of material for the siding. Seamless siding can be a good choice for a homeowner that is looking for a more smooth look to their home and is also looking to save on some of their building costs.
Where Seamless Vinyl Siding is Found
Seamless vinyl siding, as in the case of other types of vinyl sidings, are used more on homes that are in a lower- to mid-cost ranges. A new home construction costing $250,000 to $300,000 would be more typical of the type of home that uses vinyl siding versus a home costing $500,000 or more. A seamless look is one of the preferences that can be made available to a home owner engaged in a new construction or renovation.
The Cost of Seamless Vinyl Siding
From a cost perspective seamless vinyl siding can be about 10 percent more than that of traditional vinyl siding that has seams. This cost still puts seamless vinyl siding below the cost of brick, stone or fiber and cement siding.