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LP SmartSide Siding

The LP SmartSide line of products blends the traditional cedar-grain look of wood siding with treated engineered wood’s stability and advanced performance for increased curb appeal and durability. LP SmartSide panel siding is a treated engineered wood product designed to resist extreme weather conditions while providing an upscale look. Compared to traditional wood panels, LP SmartSide is more stable and durable than traditional wood. It also looks like real wood but is much more affordable. Contact LP Smartside Installers for your SmartSide siding installation needs.

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LP SmartSide Lap Siding comes in different sizes and textured finishes to complement different exteriors. Its sleek design and timeless look enhance the curb appeal of new homes and complement the exterior of other homes. LP SmartSide Cedar Shake Siding is another option for exterior design. Its authentic shakes look comes with easy maintenance and amazing design versatility. It is available in both white and gray. LP SmartSide offers the best of both worlds.
LP SmartSide trim and siding comes in a variety of color options. You can choose from pre-primed or factory-finished finishes to match any home’s style or color scheme. Unlike some other siding, SmartSide panels are available in 16-foot lengths to minimize seams. They’re also easy to install, as they are made from lightweight, engineered wood. You can find your perfect match for your exterior home and the LP SmartSide brand’s siding colors in no time at all.
LP SmartSide is covered by a 50-year warranty. Installation of this siding requires little maintenance and requires no professional assistance. All you need to do is clean the boards every year. Once you have your siding installed, the experts can advise you on the right type of siding for your home. If you have any questions, contact a reputable contractor to schedule a consultation. Your home is an investment that deserves to be protected. So get started today.
LP SmartSide siding products are a smart choice for any homeowner looking to upgrade their home’s beauty. It is a smart choice for homes partially finished in stone, stucco, or brick, as it creates a sense of balance in the architectural design. And because the LP SmartSide products are treated with the SmartGuard process, they’re one of the most durable siding solutions on the market today.
James Hardie siding, on the other hand, is made from fiber cement that is highly durable. The resulting siding is resistant to pests, mold, and rot. In addition to being strong, James Hardie doesn’t use any asbestos in its products since 1987. LP SmartSide siding is made of wood strands coated with a wax-like substance. During the manufacturing process, zinc borate is added to make the siding more durable and resistant to water and insects.
Both James Hardie siding and LP SmartSide come with a 50-year prorated limited warranty. The James Hardie warranty covers 100% of defects for the first five years. After that, it dwindles by 2.2% a year, averaging out to about 34% coverage after 30 years. But with these warranties, homeowners have the peace of mind that their investment is protected. And while the LP SmartSide’s limited warranty is longer than James Hardie’s, it still covers a decade of damages.
The LP SmartSide product line combines the classic cedar-grain look of traditional wood with the superior performance of treated engineered wood. LP SmartSide Smooth siding provides a smooth, high-quality finish that complements any type of home. It’s available in various regional color combinations and requires only a little maintenance. Additionally, LP SmartSide is pre-primed for paint, making it more durable and stable than traditional wood.
The LP SmartSide line of siding is made from strands of wood bonded with resin to provide a durable, attractive, and realistic look. Traditional wood siding requires a lot of maintenance, but LP SmartSide is a much more sustainable option for the home. Its wood strands are treated with zinc borate to resist fungal decay and termites. Industrial-grade binders and special water-resistance waxes make LP SmartSide siding durable, even when exposed to rain and hail.
Compared to other types of siding, LP SmartSide is softer and easier to cut. Its blades glide through the engineered wood siding and produce nice, even cuts. Like any siding project, LP SmartSide is installed on a starter strip to seal the bottom piece from moisture and rodents. LP SmartSide’s starter strip should be cut to a length of 1 inch. Make sure that the strips are evenly spaced and level before they are installed.

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Tips For A Successful Vinyl Siding Installation

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Siding installation will include the removal of your existing siding and placing your new vinyl siding on your home. If you need any further information about the siding installation procedure, then you can always call a siding company to place your mind at rest. They are usually quite knowledgeable about the process and can help guide you through any problems that you might encounter. But before you go ahead and hire a siding installation company, it would probably be a good idea for you to gather a few basic information about siding installation.

Installing vinyl is actually relatively simple and hassle-free. Most DIY fanatics will be happy to tell you that it can be done by yourself using just a hammer, saw, and some pliers. Most installations only require a level or preparation work before you can even begin to cut the fibers for your vinyl siding. Fiber cement siding installation can also be a simple process as long as you follow instructions carefully. There are no special tools or materials needed in order to install this kind of siding. All you will need are those which you already own.

There are three main siding types that you can choose from when deciding on which material to use for your home siding. These three types are wood, metal and fiber cement. Knowing the pros and cons of each will help you decide which siding type to choose.

A home inspector can help you find out more information about any particular siding before you finalize your decision. If you don’t have a home inspector handy, you may want to check online where you can get free estimates from several home improvement contractors. With a free estimates, you can compare the prices that they offer and find out the siding cost per square foot. The price range could be anywhere from two hundred dollars to one thousand dollars.

For this project you will need two types of materials. One of them is the insulated door trim. The other is the non insulated door trim. Both these trim pieces will be installed at the same time in order to ensure that the lengths are equal.

After the door trim is installed it will be time to install the insulated panel that is attached at the bottom of the exterior wall. You should install this panel in the center of the wall and cover up any gaps in the wall by installing wooden battens. This should be done before you install the vinyl siding panel at the top of the wall. You should run the battens through the drilled holes in the walls and cover over any protruding nails that might be in the way.

The next step in the vinyl siding installation step is to install the fascia boards at the top of the exterior walls. This can be accomplished by nailing each board to the bottom of the wall. If you are going with a real antique board style then this may not be necessary but for newer homes, it is. You should measure the dimensions of the openings in the exterior walls and determine the sizes of the fascia pieces that you are going to use. Then you should cut each piece according to the specifications that you have gotten from the manufacturer. You should use three inches of board for each side and three inches of board for the bottom.

After the new siding has been installed you should re-side all of the walls that have been previously re-sided. You should also re-side the exterior door trim according to the specifications given to you by the contractor. You may want to install a new sealant according to the recommendations given by the contractor. By following these simple steps, you will be able to have the new siding on your house installed without any problems.