Vinyl Siding Description
Vinyl Siding is manufactured with 2 profiles, a Double 4in. and a Double 5in. Dutchlap. Double 4in. Clapboard siding panels are long narrow boards or panels that are nailed horizontally across the house. The term clapboard, lap siding, and horizontal siding can be used interchangeably. Clapboard tends to be flat, with no shadow line showing and is the most common type of vinyl siding. Double 5in. Dutchlap style of siding has a very distinct shadow line that runs along the top edge of each board or panel. The top edge is shaped to create that hand-carved look and resembles the look of boards that have been beveled on the top half at a 45-degree angle. The lower half hangs at a 90-degree angle.
Class 1(A) fire rating
• Lifetime limited warranty
The Cedar Impressions Double 7in. Straight Edge Perfection Shingle is a straight edge design that creates a beautiful, classic appearance found on the most distinctive homes. Horizontal Vinyl Siding provides the look of real wood siding that is molded directly from real cedar boards. TrueTexture technology mimics real rough cedar finish without the expense or heavy maintenance of real cedar siding. The vinyl siding can be used in new or remodeling family homes, multi-housing projects, or light commercial developments.