Mastic Siding

Mastic siding is one of the top siding manufacturers and produces a wide array of products and lines. Mastic joined with Alcoa Home Exteriors and is now a part of the Ply Gem family, although the company still goes by the name of Mastic Home Exteriors. In addition to vinyl siding, homeowners can also choose from among aluminum siding products, as well as a variety of exterior home accessories from Mastic, including moldings, trim, columns, exterior shutters and more.

“Mastic vinyl siding offers a wide selection of options to meet most design styles, budgets and a huge number of color choices.”

History of Mastic Vinyl Siding

Mastic first began in the exterior home siding market in the 1930w when they offered an asphalt-based product called InselBric. In 1959, Mastic begin making vinyl siding and now offers a large number of products and types of siding. Mastic joined with Alcoa Home Exteriors and is now a part of the Ply Gem family, although the company still goes by the name of Mastic Home Exteriors. In addition to vinyl siding, homeowners can also choose from among aluminum siding products, as well as a variety of exterior home accessories, including moldings, trim, columns, exterior shutters and more.

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Mastic Siding Prices

Product Price Range: $3.50 to $5.00

Installed Pricing: $1.00 to $2.00 psf

Total Pricing: $4.50 to $7.00 installed

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Products From Mastic Siding

Trademark
This is the most budget-friendly of all Mastic vinyl products lines. Despite its attractive price tag, it offers all the benefits of other products, including a real-wood look, low maintenance, strength and durability.

Mill Creek
This is another one of the most budget-friendly of all Mastic vinyl siding products. It still offers the look of wood (with a bit of rustic finish), as well as the durability and strength of vinyl. Mill Creek comes in 13 colors.
Prices: $4.50 per square foot
Thickness: .040″
Colors: Available in 13 colors
Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty

Quest
This line looks just like wood but offers all the benefits of vinyl. It is available in 35 base colors, as well as over 700 DreamColor™ hues. This makes design options for Quest siding as varied as people’s personal tastes.

Carvedwood 44
Another “real wood look-alike” that comes with the durability and strength of vinyl. Carvedwood 44 mirrors the look of real wood and is available in tons of design options. This line comes in 23 base colors as well as over 700 DreamColor™ hues.
Prices: $4.60 per square foot
Thickness: .044″
Colors: Available in 23 colors, 5 profiles, 700 dreamcolor hues, 2 finishes (woodgrain and smooth)
Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty

Ovation
A good choice for a quality vinyl siding with very little maintenance required. Mastic says the product is both strong and durable, with lots of options and choices available.
Prices: $4.75 per square foot
Thickness: .042″
Colors: Available in 20 colors

Quest Signature
Description: This siding is made to look like real wood and can stand up to the elements — able to stand up to 240mph wind. A good option for locations that experience tornados. This product includes a thick nail hem for durability and can be ordered in longer panels to reduce the number of visible seams.
Price: $4.75
Thickness: .046″

Quest
Description: Quest is similar to Quest Signature but with the added bonus of
being considered a “green” siding option. In order to be considered green, a
siding must pass NAHB practice criteria.
Prices: $4.85 per square foot
Thickness: .046″

Silhouette Classic
This line offers a sleek profile, unlike some of the more rustic looks of other lines. It also offers a superior locking system, making it a great option for areas prone to high-intensity winds or hurricanes.

Liberty Elite
Another line that provides the beauty of wood, the durability of vinyl, and the ability to withstand high-intensity winds.

Charleston Beaded
The Charleston line provides the distinctive texture and look often found in southern homes, with one added benefit – since it is made from vinyl, there is no work involved in keeping that traditional look over time.

Board & Batten
This option resembles board-and-batten siding made from real wood, right down to the distinctive vertical wood-grain lines. It is a great option for those interested in creating a Craftsman-style look to their home.



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