The Best ‘Celect’-tion of siding
Restyle your dwelling with the help of Windows Hawaii, which rolls out low-maintenance siding that offers both a stunning aesthetic and lasting durability. The company is an exclusive distributor of only the best siding options with reliable brands such as Celect by Royal Building Products.
Celect, a premium cellular composite siding, stands at the forefront thanks to its many benefits. Celect is comprised of recyclable, top-notch cellular materials and gives the appearance of natural wood, but without the future maintenance problems.
Since it is made from sustainable components, it resists moisture and is promised to never warp, buckle or shift, unlike real wood or cement. Furthermore, the material that Celect is made of helps residents reduce worry about termites and even save a few bucks on electric bills.
“Here in Hawaii, we especially like staying cooler in the summer, but we also like to keep our home energy cost down and use renewable products,” stated general manager Mario Garcia. “Celect’s siding is 100 percent recyclable and provides an R-value that’s twice the thermal value of comparable siding products.”
(R-value refers to the level of effectiveness a product resists heat transfer through conduction, defines the Building Performance Institute Inc. “The higher the Rvalue, the greater resistance to heat transfer,” according to the organization.)
One of the greatest benefits of Celect is its lowmaintenance feature.
“Celect is certainly easier to install than fiber cement siding and most would agree it presents a more wood-like appearance,” said Garcia. “You’ll never need to worry about paint, caulking or delaminating, plus you can forget about mold, deteriorations, scrubbing and hiring maintenance crews.” Other desirable traits include wind resistance to more than 210 miles per hour; a limited lifetime warranty for as long as the resident owns the home; and a 25-year color-protection warranty.
With Celect’s high durability and curb appeal, your house is sure to be the envy of the neighborhood.