Vinyl siding is one of the most popular choices for exteriors on Omaha homes today. Not only does vinyl siding eliminate the agony and expense of scraping and painting, it leaves your home exterior virtual maintenance free! Not to mention, vinyl siding increases the overall curb appeal of your home!

Elite Exteriors in Omaha takes great pride in their 28ft Seamless Vinyl Siding. In 1995, Elite Exteriors invented the longer siding panels without the clip system. This ingenuity allows for a cost effective alternative for seamless siding. Elite Exteriors started looking for new ideas for Seamless Vinyl Siding that would have longevity and stability from the manufacturer. In 1996, Elite Exteriors partnered with Mitten Vinyl to manufacturer an exclusive siding panel that would withstand the harsh climates of the Midwest for their Omaha customers. With the 28 ft seamless siding, you will receive a great seamless siding product that you will take pride in for years to come. Elite Exteriors trademarked this 28 Ft. Seamless Vinyl Siding. Mitten vinyl siding has a lifetime warranty and comes in a variety of colors. Call us today to see what we can do for you!

Frequently Asked Siding Questions:
Do I ever have to paint my siding?
No! Vinyl siding is virtually maintenance free. The most you ever have to do is give your Omaha home a washing with soap and water once or twice a year.
Does it come with matching trim?
We offer a wide variety of trim pieces for the industry. Everything from brick mold trims to fluted, flat, or insulated corner posts, and decorative aluminum trim or molding for window headers.
How much does it cost to side a home?
Because we offer siding at a number of price points to fit any need and any budget, and because every home and siding job is unique, its best to invite our Omaha inspectors to visit directly with you to assess the work and get proper measurements.
What are the advantages of Longer Length Siding?
The primary benefit of longer length siding panels is that it reduces the number of seams on the wall. Siding seams can be an aesthetic objection to vinyl siding.