SIDING STYLE GUIDE
Why Vinyl siding? Vinyl siding products deliver the attractive appearance of wood without the costly, time — consuming upkeep. The fade resistant color goes clear through the panel and never needs to be scraped, stained or painted. There are many options and varieties of vinyl siding styles to achieve the look you want:
Clapboard — A longtime favorite, clapboard siding features the timeless beauty of authentic wood planks with beveled edges and overlapping joints.
Dutch lap — Recreating the old-world charm of handcrafted overlapping wood planks, Dutch lap achieves its signature look with a recessed curve at the top of each row.
Beaded — This 6–1/2'’ beaded siding captures Colonial-era elegance with a gracefully sculpted beaded ridge and a prominent 3/4'’ panel projection. The artistic detail and handsome shadow lines further impart historical character and charm.
Board & Batten — Faithful to its original design from centuries ago, this vertical panel features a board face and a batten strip that projects 1/2'’ above the board surface. It installs beautifully as a whole-house exterior or as an accent siding.
Insulated — Your home’s most effective defense against weather and aging is insulated siding. Enjoy the added benefits of lower heating and cooling bills and a comfortable environment year-round.
Decorative Accents — Dress up windows with our ample collection of decorative exterior accents. Designed with the look of handcrafted trim, TrimWorks components make it easy for you achieve custom elegance for your home.
Solid Soffit — Solid vinyl soffit protects the hard-to-reach areas of your home with a durable, low-maintenance finish. Solid soffit panels can also be used as vertical siding to enhance the appearance of gables and other accent areas.
Vented Soffit — Combined with solid soffit, vented vinyl soffit can create the ideal system for proper ventilation of eaves and rafters to prevent potentially damaging moisture build up.
Traditional Shakes — The single 7'’ exposure and deep cedar grain texture further enhance the authentic hand-cut appearance of this expertly crafted panel.
Scallop — Distinctly uniform and elegant, the natural cedar grain texture and a single 6–1/4'’ exposure together achieve picturesque beauty.
Hand -Split Shake — The roughly cut edges and a deeply grained, random texture are what give this 9'’ profile an extra measure of rustic appeal.
Cap Cod Shingle — The clean-line design of this double 5'’ profile features a natural cedar grain texture that conveys casual charm and sophistication.