When you want the best but not the most expensive……
–We were expecting quite a large difference in the pricing of the Superior Polymer Siding. We were quite surprised at the costs for this product for our home. The bid came in lower than other siding materials that were quoted. We love our polymer siding and the benefits it has. Thanks – Bill & Sue, Homeowners, Blue Springs, MO
–We were quite impressed with the Polymer Siding when we got our estimate. We were even more impressed with the costs for this great product. The price came in alot lower that we anticipated. – Larry & Gwen, Homeowners, Cameron, MO
–After receiving several estimates, we received a bid on the polymer seamless siding. WOW. The price wasn’t as high as we thought it would be and the characteristics of the siding had us sold immediately. -John & Trina, Homeowners, Kansas City, MO
–”We had been told by one of your competitors that our masonite boards that were warped would have to be removed. Your salesman was very helpful and explained how your Perma-Strate wall system could straighten out our walls and leave our masonite boards on for additional insulation. Our siding looks great! This was a very pleasant experience.” -Diane Caudillo, Home Owner
We are receiving testimonials like these almost daily. Don’t hesitate..call today for your free estimate!
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Polymer Wall System™
SEAMLESS Polymer Wall System™ is a permanent exterior wall renovation.
Materials to be supplied by Continental Manufacturing, 800 S Wellington, Richmond, MO 64085.
All of the vinyl siding shall be extruded Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) and shall conform to the following requirements established by ASTM Specifications D 3679, developed in cooperation with the industry and published by the American Society for Testing and Materials.
Typical Compound Properties
Tensile Strength: ASTM D638 6,040 psi
Tensile Modulus: ASTM D638 365,000 psi
Flexural Strength: ASTM D790 11,500 psi
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D790 410,000 psi
Izod 73?F Method A 17.0 ft-lb/in
VSI Flammability: Burn Length (0.040 in Bar) ASTM D635 0* IN. Burn Time (0.040 in Bar) ASTM D635 0* Sec
Drop Dart Impact Resistance Procedure A, 73? F ASTM D4226 1.9 in-lb/mil
Drop Dart Impact Resistance Procedure B, 73? F ASTM D4226 4.0 in-lb/mil
Vulcanizate Properties Hardness Instantaneous, D ASTM D2240 83
Thermal Properties HDT Unannealed, 264 psi ASTM D648 162 ?F
Coeff of Linear Thermal Expansion ASTM D696 3.6EO in/in/?F
Gloss: plus or minus 5 units, ASTM D3679
Surface Distortion: No Distortion at 105?F, ASTM D3679
Weatherability: No surface or structural defects when tested as per ASTM D3679
Siding Dimensions and Description
Horizontal siding panel, 9 in. wide exposure configured as two 4.5” in. panels duchlap or clapboard, 29’ and 16’8″ lengths.
Horizontal siding panel, 9 in. wide exposure configured as a 3″ over 6″ panel, 29′ and16’8″ lengths.
Horizontal siding panel, 12 in. wide exposure configured as two 6′ panels, clapboard 29′ and16’8″ lengths.
Thickness 0.048 in. ±0.002 in.
Embossed Wood Grain
Color to match the samples provided.
Interlock: Siding panels are made with post form style lock with positive interlock. Both ends of the panel are factory cut and notched for overlap.
Weep holes: Small holes under the bottom butt prevent vapor build up and allow accumulated moisture to escape.