Rain screen siding patterns not only look great and flush, but also minimize water infiltration, while providing an effective, durable and aesthetically pleasing option.
If traditional charm is what you’re after, bevel siding is a great choice. This popular profile is installed horizontally – not only does this give it an attractive shadow line; it also helps shed water away from your home.
Board & Batten Siding
For a rustic feel, board & batten is the way to go. You can create a vertical design using wide boards spaced apart with narrower boards covering the joints. Various combinations can be used to achieve different looks.
The two main types of lap siding are shiplap and channel. Shiplap uses tight joints much like T&G. Channel, on the other hand, creates dramatic shadow lines, offers excellent weather protection and allows dimensional movement.
Tongue & Groove Siding
Renowned for its versatility, T&G can be installed horizontally, vertically or diagonally. It’s a crisp modern pattern that looks just as beautiful indoors as it does outdoors and is available with rough or smooth faces.
Add a touch of warmth and elegance to your home with naturally beautiful wood trim. These accent boards come in a variety of grades and textures, so you can match or contrast your siding – depending on desired effect.