Vinyl sidiing?

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screws would be fine but you have to leave the siding room to expand and contract.
if you screw it down solid temperature changes will make to buckle and distort
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betsyb wrote:

You can screw them, but only if you screw them in the slots to allow movement for expansion and contraction. You should not screw them tightly
If they are coming off in the wind, then they are really cheap, poorly installed or you live on Mt Whitney.
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wrote:

Actually HOT and windy is worse. The siding is expanded and softer making it more susceptible to high wind damage.
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