Modernizing a space with puff vinyl
Vinyl is the new roofing material for homes. It’s a great way to get that clean, crisp look of a newly-built home without having to spend tens of thousands on an entire reno project.
Puff vinyl siding is a great way to get that clean, crisp look of a newly built home without having to spend tens of thousands on an entire reno project. In this blog post we’ll discuss how you can use puff vinyl and products from your local home improvement store to make your own house renovation seem like it was done for you by professional contractors!
The cost of the materials used in making your home look brand new will run between $800 and $1500 dollars depending on how large or small your property is. The overall time required varies daily but one expects at least three days worth of work if they are not skilled in construction related jobs such as roofing, stucco, etc. You can likely complete the entire project in one weekend if you have prior experience.
Also, depending on the size of your home, it may be necessary to hire a professional contractor or two if you do not have sufficient experience in this type of work. However, with that added expense out-of-pocket expenses will likely range from $1500 and above depending how large your property is.
Another thing to consider is that some states, counties and cities require permits to complete this type of work. You may want to check with your local government before starting the job just in case you need a permit which will likely run between $150-$300 dollars depending on where you live.
You can expect a return-on-investment within one year if you have a large home built two stories or more as puff vinyl has been known to last upwards twenty years without significant damage or degradation from weather elements such as rain and snow storms. That being said, it’s still necessary for homeowners who use Puff Vinyl Siding products install additional layers of protection by using sealants designed specifically for these types of materials found at hardware stores near their homes!