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Information About Engineered Wood Siding

This is a very interesting article which talks about Engineered Wood Sidings, a much better alternative to Wood Sidings. Its made of wood, but is not wood. Sounds interesting? Read on!

Engineered wood siding is the robust and durable replacement to natural wood and other siding materials. Normal wood siding is very expensive but it is less durable. Vinyl is inexpensive, but looks fake. Engineered wood siding is the perfect mix of both. It is relatively inexpensive when compared to wood siding but it looks just as real, because it is made of real wood. Real wood is made into smaller pieces or powder. This is then treated with anti fungal agents and glue together to give a real looking, stronger, cheaper and more durable engineered wood siding.

Whether it’s called SmartSide, Catawba, or TruWood, engineered wood siding products all claim to have a technological edge over their real-wood counterparts. These products are engineered to eliminate flaws, resist deterioration, and be cost effective to install and maintain. LP’s engineered SmartSide line of siding and trim is made up of wood strands that are coated with a resin binder and compressed to create a board of superior strength. Each SmartSide piece is also treated using LP’s SmartGuard zinc-borate treatment system to protect against termites and rot.

Engineered Wood Siding: In demand

The boards are coated with a moisture-resistant overlay that is embossed with a cedar-grain pattern for an authentic appearance. “The process of treating each wood wafer with zinc borate, using a heavy-duty exterior glue, and pressing the product under heat and pressure, results in one solid piece of wood,” says Ben Skoog, Brand Manager for LP’s SmartSide. Both LP’s SmartSide and Collins Products’ TruWood siding are sold in longer 16-foot boards for fewer seams and less waste.

Benefits of Engineered Wood Siding

Engineered wood siding is easier and less costly to install than real wood siding. It is lighter in weight than wood and features advances that make installation easier, like LP’s SmartLock self-aligning edge design. Engineered wood siding can be purchased pre-primed, ready to paint, or pre-finished in any number of finish options, which reduces the field and labor time once installed.

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Truwood® Siding

[http://www.collinswood.com/M1_WoodProducts/M1H6_Showcase.html]

This company specializes in the manufacture of no frills, engineered wood siding products. They don’t have any deformities or holes in them. They are built to withstand the test of time and climate

[http://www.lpcorp.com/sidingtrim/lpsmartside/lpsmartside.aspx]

The engineered wood siding products of this company is light weight, easily penetrable by nails, but is very strong. Paints and varnishes can stick to it very nicely, giving rise to a very consistent layer of coating on the engineered wood siding.

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