Pine Siding

Pine is a long-standing favorite for exterior siding. Pine holds a finish well, making it a great choice for painting or staining.

Novelty Siding

Novelty Pine Siding

Novelty siding has a top rounded scallop and a shiplap edge that creates a play of light and shadow that results in a distinctive character. Novelty siding is sometimes referred to as cove siding or German siding.

V-Groove Siding

V-Groove Pine Siding

V-Groove siding is a classic, with a characteristic V between boards, available in interior or exterior styles.

Tongue & Groove Siding

Tongue & Groove Pine Siding

Tongue and Groove siding has a projecting rib on the edge of one board that fits into a groove in the edge of an adjacent board, and is commonly used for both sidings and ceilings.

 

Shiplap Siding

Shiplap Pine Siding

Shiplap is a type of wooden board commonly used in for barns, sheds, outbuildings and seasonal homes. It is useful for its strength and its ability to form a relatively tight seal. It is great for cold climates.

Channel Siding


Channel siding is a popular choice whenever a rustic appearance is desired. It can be installed vertically, horizontally or diagonally. With channel siding, the profile of each board partially overlaps the board next to it, creating a channel that gives a shadow line effect, and allows for dimensional movement.

Log Siding

Log Siding

Log siding makes a beautiful design statement. It mimics the beauty of a full log construction, without the Log Home price. It is very easy to install, produces less waste, materials, and provides a great insulation factor.

 

Adirondack Siding

Adirondack Siding

Adirondack Siding is a rustic siding that creates a country living atmosphere, using the natural curvature of the log.

Board & Batten Siding

Board & Batten Siding

 

 

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