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Four Vinyl Siding Makers to Watch

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Few areas in material science have advanced more recently than vinyl siding. The popularity in vinyl siding has exploded in the 21st Century, and as a result, manufacturers have the budgets for research and development. The economy of scale has certainly favored the makers of residential siding.

We can work with materials from any number of vinyl siding manufacturers, but here are five that spring to mind in this innovative field. These are not listed in order of significance, preference, or importance; all five are worth exploring.


Crane is known for its CraneBoard Solid Core Insulated Siding. CraneBoard was made by Exterior Portfolio, which is now owned by Royal Building Products. CraneBoard is manufactured using recyclable materials.

Royal Building Products 

Royal Building Products grew out of Royal Plastics, founded in Toronto, Ontario in 1970. The company began by making window profiles, then introduced its first weatherseal product in the following decade, called Thermostop.


CertainTeed is a subsidiary of Saint-Gobain, a Canadian manufacturer of building products that has 6,300 employees across the United States and Canada. One of their siding varieties is the Cedar Impressons series of polymer shakes and shingles.

Veriform from Ply Gem

Ply Gem Residential Solutions is a division of Cornerstone Building Branders, based in Cory, North Carolina. Ply Gem also makes windows and metal accessories.

Alside from Associated Materials LLC 

Alside is an Ohio company, headquartered in Cuyahoga Falls. The company was founded in 1947, and is named for the baked-on enamel aluminum siding that their founders invented.