When considering new siding for your home, vinyl siding has probably come up. This type of siding is the most common siding that you will find here in the US. Vinyl siding is very cheap to purchase, fairly uncomplicated to install and will hold up fairly well, even though this definitely depends on the quality of the product.
Vinyl doesn’t handle extreme temperatures very well. If there is a heatsource too close to vinyl siding, it can deform or even melt it. When it gets very cold, on the other hand, it gets brittle and can break on impact.
As long as you keep these things in mind, however, your vinyl siding can last a long time.
If your vinyl siding starts to look a little dirty, you can clean it off with a pressure washer. This will remove mold and other buildup from your siding, especially if you mix in a cleaning solution.