Clapboard siding is a type of siding made from wedge-shaped boards which
are designed to overlap with each other. The individual boards used in
clapboard siding are known as clapboards; clapboard siding may also be
referred to as bevel, lap, or weatherboard siding. Many people find clapboard
siding aesthetically pleasing, and it is associated especially with frame homes.
Hardboard & OSB
Hardboard and OSB siding are engineered wood products that can offer many
benefits. A large part of the attraction is the price; hardboard and OSB
are usually less expensive than solid wood. Hardboard and OSB also come
in many styles and designs, ranging from traditional lap siding to rustic
board-and-batten to even a stucco look-alike. Others appreciate hardboard
and OSB’s smooth surface, which finishes quite well. But while this
uniform surface, free of knots and other defects can be a virtue, it also
can lack the character of solid wood. Most agree, however, that wood-composite
siding looks more “natural” than vinyl or aluminum.
This style of shingle is a low maintenance siding product that adds beauty,
texture, durability and insulating qualities to either new construction
or remodeling and renovation of existing structures. These shingles are
machine trimmed for parallel edges and have smooth butts sawn at right
angles. They are available in a variety of factory finished options to
suit your specific project. Cedar Shingles provide the highest insulation
value of any product and are manufactured from a renewable resource making
it an environmentally sound choice.
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Vinyl siding steadily grew in popularity over the last four decades because
of its durability, versatility and ease of maintenance. The product is
manufactured primarily with polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a material that
gives it impact resistance, rigidity and strength. Today, vinyl siding
is the number one choice of exterior cladding across the United States
and Canada. Vinyl siding is available in a broad palette of colors, profiles
and architectural trim to assist architects, builders and homeowners in
customizing their new construction and renovation designs, and can complement
historical restoration projects.