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Suprotect WPC Outdoor Wall Panel


Suprotect wall cladding is a new co-extrusion application developed by MexyTech.

We provide multiple colors for different market demands, and we also accept customized orders.

Compared to traditional WPC cladding, Co-extrusion cladding has 360-degree protection against weathering, fading, water, fire, and scratch.

MexyTech put a lot of time into developing the outer layer to ensure durability.

Because of its natural appearance, energy conservation, durability, and free maintenance, suprotect outdoor wall cladding can be widely used for the decoration of building facades.

Composite Siding vs Vinyl Siding

Wondering how most people see you? Take a look at your home exterior. So, if you’re investing in your exterior, you’re essentially improving your building's curb appeal. Consequently, you are improving on your appeal as well.

The first step to achieving this is getting your sidings right. Composite and vinyl sidings have been making rounds, finding their way into the mouths of all and sundry. Both materials offer you different benefits and aesthetics to your home. So, if you’re perhaps considering any, it is important to also question which is more durable. which one best aligns with your budget? Which one offers superior insulation? And several other questions spanning the maintenance, longevity, and everything in between.

When it comes to exterior sidings solutions, Mextech offers an unrivaled service. Our team of home features professionals can help you tailor your siding choice to offer maximum and extended benefits. Whether you're just looking to update your home or just building a new one, our siding solution will not only protect your home but also upscale its value end overall appearance.

To help you streamline your decision-making process, this article will delve deep into a comprehensive review of composite siding and vinyl sidings considering different factors. With no further ado, let’s delve right into it!

What are composite sidings?

To better understand the differences between these materials, you need to know the basics of composite siding. Put simply, composite siding typically describes a siding made by combining various materials. The most common materials are wood scraps attached firmly to each other with resin. In other forms of composite siding, you might find fiber and cement bonded together. In fact, this is the first ever form of composite siding with a history that dates back to several decades ago.

This exterior siding is then treated with several chemicals, including anti-fungal and insecticide treatments to prevent damage by microorganisms or insects. Regardless of your composite siding choice, you'll always find most in ready-to-paint form. Especially if you’re making a purchase with us, you can even enjoy several finished styles to save you costs and effort.

Our composite siding primarily made of wood fibers appears very much similar to real premium wood than vinyl sidings. Mextech exceptional services are tailored to guarantee terrific protection from potentially detrimental elements, including debris, wind, water, and several others.

Now, let’s factor the style in. A composite siding can, to a great extent, instantly transform your home style. With designs that range from elegant and bold to minimalistic and laid back, you'd always find something that suits whatever color or style you envisage for your home. The average composite can last you up to three decades suppose you maintain an excellent maintenance culture.

A composite siding is, of course, very much cheaper than most materials available today, including vinyl. So, if you are looking to make improvements to your building without breaking the bank, this is the right way to go about that. On top of that, it offers a superior insulation experience, helping you retain hot air in your home during winter and retain cold air during summer. To achieve this with vinyl, you'd typically have to add another layer of insulation. You can also be sure that the material won't expand unnecessarily when exposed to moisture or regardless of the current environmental condition.

What are vinyl sidings?

Since penetrating the commercial market in the 1950s, the rest has been history. Vinyl sidings have, over the years, grown to be a great choice for a number of exterior designs. These sidings are primarily composed of PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride), which you can also call plastic resin. Essentially, this features a blend of different materials including binders, fillers, fibers, etc. These materials are compressed and heated to form a single vinyl unit.

Since its first commercial market penetration, its popularity has soared thanks to the truckload of compelling benefits attributable to it. For instance, vinyl is reputed for its seamless maintenance demand coupled with its resistance to damages and years. Its versatility is another thing to watch out for, coupled with the fact that you can use your vinyl sidings for several years without losing their appearance. However, according to most reviews from vinyl siding users, its cost-effectiveness and straightforward installation are some of the upsides compelling more and more homeowners to opt-in for this. On the flip side, note that vinyl sidings lack a great deal when it comes to insulation.

Composite vs Vinyl siding

Having clarified the basics of both materials, let's take a close look at what sets that apart considering different factors so you can make a better-informed decision.


While the price of composite siding somewhat varies with the price of wood, the longevity and initial costs of both materials are still quite similar. So, if cost is your key consideration, you won't really see much difference between both materials. Whether you’re opting in for vinyl or composite sidings, your installation budget should range from roughly $7500 to $13000. This may go lower or higher depending on the quality and quantity of the product coupled with other variables. Still, remember that this price estimate is only for reference. Reach out to us today to find out the costs of your choice and we can help you streamline your decision for free as well. Since both prices are similar, considerations of aesthetics, and insulation would be the major decision-makers.


Every product has its fair share of upsides and downsides. Weighting these against each other for each of the products will give you a clearer insight into what you’re getting into. Firstly, remember, that between both products, the composite siding will always come out as the superior choice.

Your composite siding offers terrific durability with a lifespan that spans several decades. With its fungi treatment, water and root resistance, and insect repelling feature, it offers almost everything you'd typically need in a siding. Especially with composite sidings offered by Mextech, you can be sure of a product that doesn’t imbibe water or is susceptible to dire damage. Composite siding is not only future-proof but also impact-proof.

On the other hand, you can only squeeze about 15 years from the average vinyl siding, suppose you ensure adequate maintenance. Naturally, the product is water-resistant. However, it may require further treatment if insect resistance is one of your considerations. In terms of impact resistance and scratch-proof features, this is usually not the most recommended choice.

Even as wood is one of its components, composite sidings boast satisfactory stability. Using it, you shouldn't worry about nature-related issues, including contractions, swelling, and expansions. Natural wood does all this. However, considering the treatments, glues, and other features attributed to composite sidings, you don’t have to worry about that.

Conversely, vinyl is more prone to contraction and expansion. Hence, in the long term, it tends to be less stable than what you'd typically get in a composite siding. Especially, if you have heat sources around you, it can damage your vinyl sidings before you know it.

In terms of insulation, composite siding is the superior choice as mentioned earlier.

Beauty and aesthetics

While we all agree that the function of exterior sidings today tilts more towards protective and structural, the aesthetics part of things cannot be denied. Especially if you plan to sell the building, a beautiful exterior can contribute a great deal to the overall pricing.

As mentioned before, you’ll find vinyl sidings in various colors and prints. Although it mimics wood to a great extent, it still lacks the warmth natural wood gives. But don’t fret, composite sidings can still save the day.

Since composite sidings are made up of a generous amount of wood fibers, you can easily experience the natural warmth wood gives without breaking the bank for premium wood products. It also has several colors that will appeal to different themes and schemes you envisage for your apartment.


When it comes to installation, vinyl is undoubtedly the superior choice. It is typically lightweight and as such perfect for DIY installations. In essence, you don’t really need much manpower nor use fancy tools when it comes to installing vinyl siding. You can easily cut it as well, which further cements its ease of installation.

The installation process for composite siding is definitely not a one-man game. However, it is still quite approachable. Considering the weight of the sidings, you might need some help to move and install them. Besides, if care is not taken, you can easily break off your composite siding while handling.

On a more positive note, the composite installation process is more straightforward than wood sidings. And while can be relatively demanding, you can also install composite sidings by DIY since they are essentially ready-made panels.

Final thoughts

By now, you should be able to decide which one fits your bill. In all honesty, both siding materials are great choices. However, when it comes to deciding, it is important to find the right balance, which to a great extent, this article proffered.

If you're still undecided, be sure to reach out to us, and let's make your decision as seamless as it gets.


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