Vinyl Siding in Seattle and Surrounding Area

Published on: February 21, 2021

Transform the look of your home with new vinyl siding and enjoy these many benefits!

  • Save up to 30% off your heating and cooling bills
  • Maintain a warm comfortable home
  • Increase your home value
  • Reduce outside noise
  • Never paint again
  • Low maintenance
  • Lifetime transferable product warranty
  • Lifetime Installation warranty.

Next Generation Insulated Vinyl Siding Products in Seattle

2FL is proud to offer the most energy efficient vinyl siding available today. Alside’s advanced technology delivers stronger, more rigid vinyl siding systems that hug the home tighter, as well as rich, long-lasting colors and subtle textures that capture the authentic look of wood. Trim and accessories are available in a full range of styles and complementary colors for a completely custom look. A precisely contoured insulating underlayment provides a system R-value of up to 5.3, while providing the rigidity and straight course lines you expect from a wood product. The surface texture has the genuine and subtle feel of finely milled lumber. Prodigy high-performance insulation is form-fit to adhere to the outer panel, providing exceptional strength and durability to withstand Mother Nature while safeguarding against energy loss.

Richmond Ultra Vinyl Siding in Seattle

Richmond Ultra siding


  • Double-Thick Cyclone System™ Nail hem provides extra rigidity to withstand winds up to 251 mph.
  • Richmond Ultra™ self-aligning locking system is designed to snap together for extra fastening strength.
  • Protection from harmful UV rays, Richmond Ultra™ color doesn’t fade and has a fade resistant warranty.
  • Heavy gauge thickness and double sized insulated panels reduces noise by up to 30%.
  • The extra thick paneling and insulation keeps air and insects out and its superior insulation keeps your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
  • The Richmond UltraTM mechanical fastening system allows for a more resilient insulated siding that protects your home from extreme weather conditions.

Color that Lasts

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Chromalock™ vinyl technology is an exclusive process that bonds the color with the vinyl to guard against fading and discoloration so the color you choose today will look great for years to come.

Maintains its Beauty

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Mechanical fastening allows for moisture to escape freely from between the insulation and the vinyl through specially designed weep holes. This helps to eliminate problems with mold and mildew and as well, the vinyl won’t buckle or warp. Your home will look smooth and straight for years.

Color, Texture, and Style

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Richmond Ultra™ offers a deep wood grain that captures the essence of classic craftsmanship and comes in a wide choice of colors. This is combined with the Double Lap Profile and the 3/4 inch Full Profile height for dramatic shadow lines and added rigidity.

StyroFold 5 Plus Insulation

Timberlake vinyl siding

StyroFold 5 Plus helps keep wall cavities dry and your home comfortable year round. With 33% fewer seams than competing sheet insulation, StyroFold 5 Plus reduces energy loss through air infiltration.


Long Lasting Beauty

  • Premium gauge thickness for added strength and rigidity.
  • Deep shadow lines and a low gloss finish for an authentic appearance.
  • Exclusive Duratron™ vinyl technology ensures durability and color retention.
A Faithful Reproduction of Cedar’s Natural Grain

A Faithful Reproduction of Cedar’s Natural Grain

  • Unbeatable performance under the harshest weather conditions.
  • Wind-load resistance of 220 mph.
  • 090″ thickness for added strength and rigidity.
  • 090″ thickness for added strength and rigidity.
  • Variable width keyways designed to expand and contract without opening or buckling.
  • Matching corner posts to complement any look.
  • Advanced color-through process provides superior fade resistance.
  • Backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.


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