Vinyl siding is quite common plastic exterior siding for a house. It is used for decoration and weatherproofing, imitating other materials (e.g. wood clapboard) or used instead of other materials such as aluminum or fiber cement. It’s an artificial/manufactured product, produced primarily from PVC resin. Unlike wood or cedar, this durable material is less demanding in its maintenance. It’s available in a wide variety of colors, and, as mentioned above, can mimic various architectural details that were once made from wood. That is why vinyl siding in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and other states has quickly become the most popular siding material. Out of 2480 responses - 51% mentioned that vinyl siding is attractive if installed properly. 48% mentioned that vinyl siding is not an ideal option for them and doesn’t look natural.