Champion Vinyl Siding

While the company is best known for their replacement windows, Champion vinyl siding is another product they offer. Explore the basics of their product, the relative cost, available siding colors and warranty information.

Basics Of Champion Vinyl Siding

Homeowners can see, touch and feel the siding at any of Champions’ showrooms which are numerous in the midwest, northeast and south. The company uses the vinyl siding installation instructions recommended by the Vinyl Siding Institute (VSI). Click to find out more on the VSI and certified vinyl siding. They also use energy star underlayment and corner wraps as a mositure barrier. In general, the company gets good remarks for selling their own product and doing their own installation. This insures that the installer understands the product and the installation instructions (and works with all the same materials). The downside is that their products are relatively pricey for the quality you get and homeowners have to use their installers, which is a problem for homeowners who have a contractor that they know and trust.

Champion Vinyl Siding Cost

Currently, we have been unable to find any information on their prices per square foot or how they price out their projects. If you have any information on Champion siding costs, please email us.

Champion Vinyl Siding Colors

Champion Vinyl Siding is available in a number of vinyl siding color options. These include Aspen White, Bone, Cabin, Clay, Country Beige, Cypress, Driftwood, Greystone, Harbor Blue, Ivory, Lighthouse, Mocha, Rye, Regatta, Saddle, Pearl and Wheat. For actual sample swatches see our Champion vinyl siding colors.

Warranty Info

Champion vinyl siding carries a transferable lifetime vinyl siding warranty on their products. The materials are guaranteed not to blister, pit or corrode. They also offer hail damage and chalking protection. As with any home improvement product, consumers should ALWAYS read the warranty in its entirety to determine both what is covered and what isn’t.

Materials And Installation: Lifetime

Installation: Lifetime

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