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Important Terms for Wholesale Siding Materials

If you are adding an addition to your home, or updating your commercial building, you will inevitably have to deal with siding materials. Many contractors or hardware store owners actually have access to wholesale siding materials, which helps save on construction costs. If you are new to the industry, below are some of the top terms to be familiar with when looking for a siding supply company.

  • Siding - This is the outer layer of a home or building, often used interchangeably with cladding. This final layer helps protect against weathering, like rain or severe storm conditions. It can come in a variety of materials, like wood boards, vinyl, metal, shingles, and more. Can also include masonry work.
  • Vinyl - A plastic siding done on the outside of the building. It is made primarily from PVC, and is often used as an alternative to hardwood, as it is cheaper and more durable.
  • PVC - Also known as polyvinyl chloride. It is a highly popular form of plastic, and is currently one of the top manufactured plastics.
  • Wholesale - Typically the sale of products by the manufacturer to retail stores, business dealers, and other establishments that supply the same products to consumers. Most goods are ordered in bulk, with severely discounted rates by the supplier.
  • Shingles - Another form of siding, though mostly used on roofs. They are formed by small, individual slats that are installed overlapping each other. Can be made from wood, aluminum, steel, ceramic and more.
  • Weatherboarding - This term refers to the siding of the house that is installed in the form of thin boards. They can be vertical or horizontal in style.
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    Best Buy Metals
    1652 S Lee Hwy, Cleveland, TN 37311
    We sell construction materials for metal roofing. Whether you're an individual who wants to put a metal roof on a shed, or a commercial contractor who needs great prices on construction products, we can help.
    (423) 303-7873
    Godbee Siding
    Aragon, GA 30104
    (770) 684-8354
    Building Supply Association
    3194 Florence Rd, Powder Springs, GA 30127
    (770) 439-0101
    Sigman USA LLC
    1831 W Oak Pkwy Ste G, Marietta, GA 30062
    (770) 429-2470
    Alside Supply Center
    4850 N Church Ln Se, Smyrna, GA 30080
    (404) 794-4551
    Norandex Building Materials Distribution Inc
    3005 Center Pl Ste 100, Norcross, GA 30093
    (770) 417-1363
    Alside Supply Center
    145 Etowah Trce, Fayetteville, GA 30214
    (770) 716-2212
    Gold City Siding
    64 Hamp Mill Rd, Dahlonega, GA 30533
    (706) 864-0851
    Coweta Wholesale
    33 Amlajack Blvd, Newnan, GA 30265
    (770) 251-0099
    American Siding & Windows
    25 Katherine Ln, Rossville, GA 30741
    (706) 891-8996
    Patriot Building Supply Inc
    1267 W Ridge Rd, Gainesville, GA 30501
    (770) 531-0120
    Residential Wholesale Supply
    975 Chestnut St Se, Gainesville, GA 30501
    (770) 287-9910
    Century Contractors Supply
    1090 Airport Pkwy, Gainesville, GA 30501
    (770) 297-9662
    Owens Siding & Remodeling
    1500 Fruitland Dr, Chattanooga, TN 37412
    (423) 296-8382
    ABC Supply Co Inc
    2225 Polymer Dr, Chattanooga, TN 37421
    (423) 553-1082

    Siding materials have been around almost as long as houses and other buildings have been around. These materials are attached or installed to the exterior of a construction building. These buildings may be commercial or residential. The siding is often installed by construction contractors and renovation experts. Sometimes siding dealers also install the siding for their customers. Siding may be made up of a variety of materials. Wood, vinyl, and stucco are always popular, for instance. Metal, brick, and cement are often used as well. These materials may be cheap or expensive, and interested consumers can usually buy them directly from a contractor or distributor. Some of these materials, like wood, vinyl, and stucco, are fairly easy to install. Consumers can also attach various types of siding materials to their houses themselves. Siding is often a popular product for remodeling projects. Homeowners and small business owners often use siding to add a little more insulation to their abodes. They also often remodel or repair old siding by attaching new material to it. Sometimes they even attach siding panels to their roofs! Siding is truly an incredibly versatile material, and it looks great on just about every type of building. Residential houses and commercial office buildings look equally lovely, for instance, when they're covered in siding. Anyone interested in learning more about siding should be sure to contact their local contractor or dealer. These construction experts should be able to help you answer any lingering questions you may have about the history of siding or about its installation process.
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