Fairfax City Vinyl Siding Replacement
Through the early 20th century, the Town of Fairfax remained a community
of farms and small estates, with a tiny core of commerce, government
and society in the few blocks surrounding the courthouse. But in the
1950s and 1960s, Fairfax grew rapidly (including an almost 700 percent
increase in population during the '50s). In 1961, the town was
incorporated as the City of Fairfax. The city's boundaries expanded in
three directions as it grew to its present 6.4 square-miles. After an
early-'70s peak of 22,700, the population has stabilized at around
21,000. However, new home construction is increasing the population yet
Vinyl siding is the most affordable wall system not only in northern VA but in the U.S. Vinyl siding is affordable while offering many colors and styles for most homes like in Fairfax.
Many people have chosen Hardie plank to replace their vinyl siding but Hardie plank is always more expensive. Hardie plank is much more labor intense and requires painting in the future. No matter what you're looking for, Dynamic has a product and price to make either project affordable to Virginia residents.