Ply Gem Vinyl Siding Installation

Ply Gem Vinyl Siding 

FTC Oury Group provides a wide variety of vinyl siding products, from vinyl siding to wood shakes. 

Vinyl siding takes the form of much more compared to the horizontal slats many property owners think of when they think of vinyl siding. At FTC Oury Group, we carry a bunch of various brands, but now we are focusing on our Ply gem series and the various styles they provide.

We have outlined the most common Ply Gem Vinyl siding styles so that you recognize all of your choices when picking siding for your home.

Horizontal Lap Siding

The more common cladding for constructions, horizontal lap siding claims a classic appearance with a lot of ways to tailor through siding colors, shadow lines, and textures. Personalize your house with a wide choice s of wood grain textures, which will enhance the appeal of your home.  

Vertical Siding

Accessible to accompany a lot of design styles, vertical siding by Ply Gem is available in numerous dimensions and profiles to house any exceptional exterior features your property may have. It can be used as accent components or suit your whole home.

Insulated Siding

The final option when searching for special energy efficacy, insulated siding, is strong, and it boasts natural beauty. This is the best choice for property owners who want superior sustainability.

Shingles and Shakes


A style that has been combined on building exteriors all over the United States’ history, shingles, and vinyl shakes have an authentic appearance yet do not need the maintenance, which comes with having real wood (such as wood rot). The quality of this siding product protects your family from undesirable moisture, notwithstanding the season.

Why Pick Vinyl Siding Over Wood Siding

Vinyl siding is durable and stylish; it also requires little maintenance. Additionally, you do not require to re-paint vinyl siding, and it is resistant to scratching and denting.

Reviews of Ply Gem Siding 

Go through Ply Gem siding reviews from contractors and homeowners on their most common models and brands of fiber cement, vinyl siding, and more.

Editors Ply Gem Siding Review

Ply Gem is a large corporation which sells siding, gutters, fences, roofing, stone, doors sell siding, windows, and doors. In regard to siding, Ply Gem sells through few corporations that they have acquired over the years. It is a pretty long list that comprises TrueWall, and Durabuilt, and Cellwood. Thus, when you go to every individual web, it will say, for example, Mastic Vinyl Siding by Ply Gem. Whereas some of these brands may be accessible in home enhancement stores, the bulk of their business is trading to contractors who then sell to the customers. Of the various brands they own, Mitten and Mastic perhaps have the most esteemed business names.

The good idea about purchasing from a large organization (or employing a contractor who purchases through them) is that the warranty they provide is usually better compared to going with a smaller siding producer. Additionally, there is almost no chance of Ply Gem going out of business (the only problem for customers is if the company folded one of the brands, but this seems improbable). This is not to say that bigger is better, but there are certain benefits. Ultimately, the most significant thing is to find the right contractor who has operated with the corporation in the past and understands how to deal with them in case issues arise.

A Review of Durabuilt Siding 

We bought Durabuilt vinyl siding the previous year, and so far, I am pleased with the quality of the siding. There are no issues with the materials, but I cannot say the same for their client service. The delivery of panels was late, and every time I contacted them, they said it was on transit, but it took way too long. Ultimately it arrived, but it took some time.

A Review of Cellwood Siding 

A Review of Cellwood SidingWe recently installed a Cellwood siding, and I can say that I am satisfied, but it has not been on long, so perhaps I should hold my joy for some time. We did not have any problem with the installation, and I actually did it as a do it yourself project and was somewhat hesitant regarding the whole thing. No major issues, a few hitches during the installation, but I anticipated that. Additionally, the boards looked strong; we utilize the Cellwood vertical siding, batten, and board, which I think offers the home an exceptional look (than those that use horizontal panels). Up to now, we have experienced a winter that was mild, but we had a few major hurricanes, and the siding held up well. I have now recommended it to a colleague down the street, so I will be eating crow in case he hates it. But it is good so far!

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