Vinyl Mount Blocks & Utility Vents

Exterior Vinyl Trim Mounts Fitting For The Job

Make Every Last Detail Right
Nobody notices mounting blocks once they’re installed. That’s exactly the point. They’re designed to serve a purpose and blend in with the rest of the beauty of the home. Vinyl mounting blocks are ideal for concealing cut ends and providing a flat, uniform surface on lap siding or stone to mount fixtures, outlets, spigots and more.

Mounting blocks:

  • Conceal unsightly cuts
  • Provide flat mounting surfaces
  • Work with different siding types
  • Are available in matched colors

Get The Perfect Color Mounts Every Time

Mid-America carefully designed it’s mounting blocks to fit and match the colors of America’s most popular siding manufacturers.

You have colorful options:

  • Choose from over 300 colors matched to popular siding manufacturer’s colors
  • Paintable options for custom colors

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Water Doesn’t Stand A Chance

Water has a way of finding its way into homes in unusual places. That’s why Mid-America engineered Water Management Block Mounts. Designed to redirect water from the top to the lower front of the mounting block, you’ll have a stylish solution to help prevent moisture damage.

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