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Engineered Wood Siding & Trim

TruWood Panel Siding Product

Engineered Wood Siding and Trim (EWST) are categories of composite panels that have been designed and manufactured to perform in interior and exterior exposure applications with the appearance of traditional wood. These advanced composites can be engineered with enhanced resistance to moisture, dimensional stability and protection against fungal decay and termites.

The engineered properties translate into long-lasting durability allowing for decades of service life while maintaining their attractive appearance. Today’s engineered wood siding and trim products are highly versatile and come in many forms including sophisticated woodgrains and embossed surfaces.

Source: www.compositepanel.org

Texture Plus Texture Plus Indoor/Outdoor Siding Panel, Stacked Stone, Tan
Home Improvement (Texture Plus)
  • Works well in all climates, ideal for indoor and outdoor use
  • Weather proof, UV stable, highly durable, provides good R value
  • Insulates and soundproofs, impervious to insect attack, impervious to moisture
  • High-density polymer construction
  • 6-inches tall by 7-inches wide, less than 1-pound

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Stucco or wood siding?

I have a house that is in serious need of an exterior paint job. it currently has wood vertical panel siding, which is a pain to paint DIY because of the grooves...which is why it's taken so long to get around to it.
in any case...i really like stucco and was wondering what you all thought about having the house changed from the wood siding to stucco?
- i'm assuming that the wood siding would have to be taken down...or can they stucco over it?
- does anyone have an approximate cost (per square foot) for doing this? i figure if it's not much more than just re-painting (which is going to require a lot of sand-blasting to get rid of the flaking paint), then now is the time to do it

Ogdensburg home rehabilitation program gears up for phase two, on schedule  — WatertownDailyTimes.com
Some homes will receive extensive and visible rehabilitation, including the installation of vinyl siding, roofing and windows. Other homes won't have an obvious exterior update but will have new furnaces or flooring put in.

PERFORMANCE COATINGS INC. - PENOFIN F0VNAQT QT VERDE NATURAL
Home Improvement (PERFORMANCE COATINGS INC. - PENOFIN)
  • Verde Interior/Exterior Stain - 100% sustainable
  • Petroleum free oil finish with no heavy metal compounds
  • No odor and no offensive fumes, environmentally friendly, Zero V.O.C.
  • For use on decks, siding, fencing, furniture, floors, countertops, cabinets
  • All interior and exterior wood applications

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