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Engaging public officials helps them make smarter policy decisions that directly impact the use of polymeric exterior products. By sharing your expertise and knowledge, you can advocate for policy that supports your profession’s interests while helping protect people’s choices when it comes to specifying home exterior products.

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Stand Up for Your Future Success

Protect your ability to do business, especially long term.

By advocating, you influence product decision makers before they get too far into the process and limit your ability to install polymeric exterior products, such as vinyl siding.

Fight misinformation and bias against polymeric exterior products.

Misinformation spreads quickly. Diminish false reports from competitors and the media by sharing the facts to make a positive influence on the local planning process.

Make a difference in local politics.

You have the power to influence local and state public policy. Make your voice heard.

Vinyl Siding Advocacy Guide

Help your local and state governments make informed decisions on building materials by educating them on the benefits of vinyl siding and other polymeric exterior products, along with the needs of your business. Our vinyl siding advocacy guide makes it easy to get involved starting today.


Making Gains at the State Level

It’s easy to start taking a more active role in local government, ensuring your decision to choose polymeric exterior products, such as vinyl siding, isn't impacted by rules and regulations. In our advocacy guide, we put together a list of five key steps to evaluating local ordinances and influencing change. Here's a quick overview of the steps:

  • Look up ordinance language on municipal websites
  • Determine the scope of new ordinances that may affect vinyl siding and other polymeric products
  • Contact the local planner and schedule a meeting
  • Attend public hearings to stay in the know
  • Reach out. Be heard!

Not sure where to start?

Review more examples of existing legislation that has opened the door for the installation of vinyl siding and other polymeric exteriors.

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Join Your Local Home Builders Association

When you join your local HBA, you can gain many benefits including industry knowledge, business opportunities, and real-time access to changing rules and restrictions for the building industry. You also become a member of the state and National Association of Home Builders.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find the information you need fast about the Polymeric Exterior Products Association's work—in advocacy, workforce training and certification, building code resources, sustainability and more—in our Frequently Asked Questions.