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|Vinyl Siding Warp
Vinyl Siding Warp
Warping or buckling of vinyl siding panels that have been repainted.
- Repainting vinyl siding with a darker color than the original color. Dark colors tend to absorb heat, transferring it to the surface. Once the vinyl siding has expanded, it is not able to contract to its original form.
- Avoid painting vinyl siding with a darker color than the original color.
- Use a high-quality paint, which is generally formulated with superior flexibility.
- Siding that is warped or buckled should be assessed by a siding or home-repair contractor to determine the best solution. The siding may have to be replaced.
Please note that these suggestions are provided as a service to you. We are unable to guarantee or be responsible for the results obtained by these procedures. If you have additional questions, ask any of our expert sales associates.