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Everlast v Apex

I chose Apex because Marvin assisted us with the installation. While I don't have a large home, I am in my eighties and don't want a product that will require constant maintenance. Originally I was going with the Everlast, but it needed caulking to get water tight and my concern was its life span. Apex is the perfect choice, no maintenance and while it may not be as visually appealing as the Everlast it was the best financial solution for us right now.

2012 - Steven - Homeowner


Apex Siding on 100+ Year Boston Home

I am in the process of siding our 100+ year old home in the Boston area. Due to the age of the property I did a lot of research and ordered in plenty of samples to ensure the siding I chose matched our home perfectly. We were going to go with the Everlast composite siding, but I found it shone in the light and wasn't the look I was hoping to achieve. I then found Apex siding online, but unfortunately they're not in my local area. The company was exceptionally helpful and introduced me to the New England Manager who advised they were in the process of siding a building in Abbington if I wanted to see the siding in person and on a property. We took a day trip and went down to see the property and siding and I was so impressed, the siding resembled clapboard, in fact you probably wouldn't be able to tell them apart. I have managed to secure the same contractor that was installing on the Abbington property and am waiting for the project to commence.

2013 - Debbie - Homeowner


Use a Knowledgeable Representative

Everlast siding is made from PVC and the inorganic fillers which are used are there to avoid expansion. Personally I'm a little skeptical about this siding material. You would need to pay careful attention to ensure they are flashed correctly and I'm not sure if Tyvek would be enough to seal them. Unfortunately I cannot find enough information from the manufacturer.

Another version I've seen came from a different manufacturer had room for the siding behind the boards and they offered ample details on their product, where Everlast isn't every forthcoming with their product. If you are unsure and thinking of using Everlast I would suggest you only use a knowledgeable representative that can answer all of your questions.

2012 - Reggie - Contractor

[Homeowners Response]

My neighbor recently had Everlast siding installed and he's very happy with it, though the installation wasn't the best job. I read through the material where they state that it is mixed ground rock and resin. Just note that you will need to flash the joints. I think installation is the important key this product to ensure you don't experience problems at a later stage.

2012 - Terence - Homeowner