Ultrashield Windows and Siding is proud to have all factory trained installers whether you are installing windows, roofing or seamless siding, rest assure, you will get a quality installation every time. We are constantly training our workers with the latest technology to ensure the end user gets the very best installation.
The cost-effectiveness, easy maintenance, and vast array of color choices of Norandex vinyl siding makes an excellent choice for your home. The material is resistant to termites and requires no painting, making it a favorite of millions of homeowners across the country, However, the benefits of siding can only be fully realized with proper and careful installation, Ultrashield Windows and Siding is a Vinyl Siding Institute (VSI) Certified Installer, and is proud to have one of the only certified VSI trainers in the State of New Jersey.
Ultrashield Windows and Siding is an NJ Home Improvement Contractor in New Jersey installing Vinyl Siding, Roofing, and Windows. We install custom fit energy efficient windows that will save you money on heating and cooling bills years to come.
In addition, we are Certified GAF roof contractors which will ensure that your roof job will be installed with genuine GAF Roofing products.
Before purchasing siding for the exterior protection of your home, you will need to consider a few important factors such as its length and surface thickness. While at the outset, all siding might appear similar, they can actually be differentiated by:
- The panel thickness
- Its unbroken lines
Thicker panels and uninterrupted lines suggest that the siding is of superior quality.
Ultrashield Windows and Siding produces siding that is 25 feet in length. This is to ensure you get a virtually seamless and unbroken finish on your walls at 25 feet. Smaller panels result in quicker breakages and folds.
What’s more, Siding by Norandex is made using a special color-through technique that enables the surface sheen and vibrant appearance keep going for years. Made using the highest quality materials, Ultrashield Windows and Siding gives you greater durability too, that exceeds the normal industry standard.
We are also the siding company who provides you with a variety of colors and textures in siding prints that complements the architectural finish of your home.
As a homeowner, the biggest benefit you get from using our brand of high-quality Norandex siding panels is low maintenance and cost savings. You do not have to worry about dents, flaking, pitting, scratches, or warping. Our wide range of high end well grained siding panels will ensure your home looks beautiful year after year.
Apart from adding an elegant and rich look to your home, you can also expect our siding panels to give 100% weather protection to your property, especially during the very hot Northeast summer and frigid winter months.
A BARRIER BETWEEN YOU HOME AND THE ELEMENTS
EXTREME WEATHER PROTECTION
AGELESS BEAUTY- Great Barrier Premium Vinyl Siding by Norandex replicates the look of natural cedar, yet its superior polymer surface can withstand many of the elements that erode wood finishes over time.
TOUGHER-THAN-NAILS CONSTRUCTION- Great Barrier Norandex Premium Vinyl Siding has been engineered for lasting performance and superior resistance to high winds. The unique reverse rolled-over nail hem doubles the siding thickness at the nailing surface, where the product needs it most.
LOW MAINTENANCE – The low gloss natural cedar woodgrain pattern requires just an occasional rinsing with a garden hose to keep it looking like new. You’ll save by never having to scrape, sand or paint ever again.
ONCE IT’S LOCKED, IT NEVER LETS GO!
IN WIND LOAD TESTS, THE DOUBLE THICK GREAT BARRIER HEM WAS STRONG ENOUGH TO BEND THE NAIL HEADS.
THE CURLED TEETH HOLD THE PANELS FIRMLY TOGETHER. LIKE A GREAT WHITE SHARK, ONCE THESE “JAWS” CLOSE, THEY DON’T LET GO.
At Ultrashield Window & Siding, We install FullBack siding insulation, This insulation is contoured to fill the gap between the siding and your home, delivering maximum energy efficiency. Fullback insulation gives added stability to vinyl siding, providing lasting beauty that withstands the elements.
Energy Loss is Robbing You……
- 10% through windows
- 15% through doors
- 15% through foundation
- 25% through the roof
- 35% through un-insulated walls!
- Adds R-2.0 – 3.5 to your wall system.
- Provides real energy savings by keeping heat where it belongs, inside in the winter, outside in the summer, and money in the bank all year!
- Recognized as a thermal bridge reducer in Energy Star for Homes Version 3.0.
- Reduces air infiltration.
- Allows your home to breath while insulating, maintaining a healthy, dry wall assembly.
- Significantly increases the impact resistance of the siding panel because the foam acts as a shock absorber.
- Termites tunnel through foam to access the wood. The foam conceals the insects, leaving them undetected where they can damage the wooden parts of the structure.
- The tunnels they leave behind also damage the insulating foam. Tunneling reduces the insulating value and their excretions compromise the strength of the foam
- PREVENTOL™ EPS doesn’t just repel termites and insects, it kills them before they can inflict real structural damage.
- The active ingredient in PREVENTOL™ EPS is safe for installers and homeowners. The active ingredient is used in crop protection and your pet’s topical flea and tick control treatment.
Nearly 25% of your home’s wall is made up of studs that typically are not insulated, so it’s like having one entire wall of your home with no insulation. Adding Fullback insulation to your home’s exterior under new siding can help your home meet U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) insulation recommendations, as well as state and local codes.
The DOE says, “When new siding is to be installed, it’s a good idea to consider adding insulation under new siding.”
TAKE A THERMAL BREAK WITH Fullback siding insulation for vinyl!
There may be a hidden energy leak in your walls that you don’t even know about, and it’s costing you money every day! The culprits are the wood studs in your walls: heat by-passes the fiberglass batt insulation (pink stuff) in the wall cavities, and transfers through the studs, allowing energy to leak through your wall. The process is called thermal bridging.
How dramatic is thermal bridging? Nearly 25% of your home’s wall surface is made up of studs that typically are not insulated, so it’s like having one entire wall of your home with no insulation.
A typical exterior wall is comprised of 2×4 studs, 16” on center, with R-13 fiberglass insulation. Due to thermal bridging, the effective R-value of the whole wall is actually 10.75”.
Building scientists, energy raters and government bodies are requiring us to think outside the building envelop for energy savings.
Energy codes and standards across the county are requiring contractors in most climate zones to install a thermal break between the sheathing and the siding in 2×4 construction.
The United States Department of Energy recommends exterior insulation as part of the solution. “When new siding is to be installed, it’s a good idea to consider adding insulation under new siding.”
ENERGY SAVINGS & INSECT PREVENTION WITH PREVENTOL
Most people don’t even know they have a problem until it’s too late. But Progressive foam Siding Insulation, also known as Fullback, is treated with PRVENTOL™ EPS Preservative Insecticide (PREVENTOL™ EPS). So, it does more than just save energy; it protects your home form insect damage.
Protect your home inside and out with Fullback Foam siding Insulation treated with PREVENTOL™ EPS.