Alside’s Odyssey Plus siding is all about exclusive value for your money. Extra panel thickness provides superb holding power and outstanding rigidity, while the exclusive design ensure that your home will be in the center of everyone’s attention. And you do not have to limit your imagination – Alside offers four profile options in fourteen colors. A wide range of matching trim and accessories is also available. All of this makes Alside’s Odyssey Plus the number one choice for everyone who wants an outstanding product for a very reasonably price. You are not going to find this kind of value anywhere else!
If you live in the northern VA area and are interested in installing Alside® Odyssey Plus or another Alside® siding product, contact us at Sunshine Contracting and we’d be happy to set up a free in-home consultation.
Alside Odyssey Plus siding is enhanced with Advanced SecureLock, as seen in the image below. This feature ensures that nails hit a stud every time, features extra strong rolled over nail hems, and has locking panels to resist high winds. When Alside’s Odyssey Plus siding was tested by an independent 3rd party in the winds of a Category 5 hurricane, Odyssey Plus stayed nailed in place!
Alside Odyssey Plus Features
Alside’s Odyssey Plus is made with durable, weather-resistant vinyl and features a premium .044? thickness, classic clapboard or dutch lap profiles, and has the look of natural cedar. The thickness provides strength and rigidity so your siding will stay straight and smooth. This, paired with the SecureLock features, allow Odyssey Plus to boast superior holding power, keeping the panels tight on the walls. Both traditional clapboard or beveled-edge dutch lap are available in 4? and 5? widths and have a low-gloss, look-of-paint finish to mimic wood siding details.
You can feel happy in saying that using Odyssey Plus siding also helps protect the environment. As a green product, Odyssey Plus siding is durable, eco-friendly, and has a long service life. Using this vinyl siding helps reduce the depletion of wood and other natural resources often used in home construction. In addition, because it never has to be painted, it prevents paint, stain, and other maintenance-related products from harming the earth.