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Vinyl Siding That Looks Like Wood

Vinyl Siding That Looks Like Wood

Vinyl siding is the absolute most popular type of siding among homeowners for more than one reason. However, that does not discourage homeowners from wanting something that looks like wood siding. Wood also does have its advantages, although with the materials getting better and better every single year, more and more people are switching to… Read More

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shiplap siding

Channel Rustic Siding

What exactly is channel rustic siding, and what are the different materials that are commonly used for it? In this article we’ll cover a lot of the questions you may have as you’re considering installing siding on your home in order to make sure you make more informed decisions and that you actually increase the… Read More

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Engineered Cedar Siding

Engineered Wood Siding: Installation Cost, Pros & Cons, What is it?

What is engineered wood siding and what does it cost? Those are some of the most common questions we get regarding the material, which is why we finally decided to make an article on the topic to help you get a better understanding of those different queries. We will also include a comparison with fiber… Read More

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dutch lap

Lap Siding: What Is It, Installation, Cost, Vinyl, Fiber Cement

Do you know what lap siding is? Or is it simply one of those terms that you may have previously heard but without being able to distinguish it from board and batten siding, for example? Or is lap siding simply a fancy way to say to say wood siding? While wood siding may be installed… Read More

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Bevel siding

Shiplap Siding: What Is it? Cedar, Vinyl, Installing it, Pine, Fiber Cement & More

This article will talk about everything you need to know about shiplap siding. After reading it, you will know about some of the materials that are commonly used for shiplap, and we’ll walk you through the advantages and disadvantages of each of the materials so as to make sure that you end up making the… Read More

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Asbestos Siding: Is it Safe or Dangerous? How to Identify it, Removal Cost & More

What is asbestos and why was it ever used in siding, given that it no longer is? We have created the most extensive, single article on asbestos siding to try and answer all the possible questions that you may have regarding the material, testing it, removing it, the associated cost and other questions we have… Read More

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aluminum siding

Cedar Siding: Pros & Cons, Types, Maintenance, Cost, Styles

Before you choose cedar as the siding material for your home, there’s a bunch of things that you may want to familiarize yourself with to ensure that you know what to expect and that you choose the right type of siding material. So What Exactly is Cedar Siding? From the name itself you probably guessed… Read More

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MDF and particle board

Plywood Siding: Pros & Cons, Grades, Types and More

Plywood can be used for a range of different things including everything from furniture to siding, but what exactly is it? Which kinds of tree are usually used for it and what do you need to know about this type of material before you get started? We will try and address all the different things… Read More

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board and board siding

Board and Batten Siding: Cost, Materials, Vinyl, Installation

In this article we seek to cover everything you need to know about board and batten siding, including the cost, different materials that are generally used for the purpose, some of the history and anything else you could possibly want to know. We’ll also cover other common siding styles so that you can get a… Read More

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OSB board being cut

T1-11 Siding: Pros & Cons, Price, Thickness, Installation, Nails & Grades

T1-11 is a type of siding made of plywood, meaning it’s a material made from thin sheets of wood veneer. These are glued together to give you the look you see. It also means that this is an engineered type of wood. On this page: History of T1-11 What Exactly is Plywood and Which Types… Read More