This siding is designed to be strong and durable. The material contains a special mixture of 60 percent granular stone and 40 percent polymeric resins, which combine to make the siding exceptionally strong. Because Everlast Composite Siding does not contain any wood particles, it will not decompose over time with exposure to moisture. The siding is thick enough to protect a structure from high winds and storm debris, and it also resists warping in the summer and brittleness during the winter.
This material comes in many colors and resembles wood in appearance and thickness. All seams butt together tightly without any overlap, which makes the siding look more like wood. Trim pieces are made from the same materials for a perfect fit and coordinated appearance.
Maintenance is minimal with Everlast Composite Siding, and painting will never be necessary. Homeowners can keep the surface clean by hosing it down periodically. The low-gloss surface cleans easily and returns to an attractive sheen after washing. If stains occur, such as oil or paint, removal is simple using standard cleansers.
Everlast Composite siding comes with a transferable lifetime performance warranty that includes lifetime protection from fading. The warranty also covers hail damage, which is often not covered by standard homeowner’s insurance policies.
Both wood and vinyl siding can last for many years, but these materials require significant maintenance to keep them in good condition. In comparison, Everlast Composite Siding lasts just as long but requires much less time to maintain.