Oct 6, 2015 Today, I rarely see James Hardie siding used on new homes any more; builders are using LP SmartSide? instead. For a head-to-head comparison, click on the following link for an in-depth discussion of James Hardie siding vs. LP Smartside, which Ryan Carey posted on this blog over a year ago.
I came across it while looking for a t-111 type siding that was rot resistant but less expensive/troublesome than the treated 5/8 t-111. It is rapidly gaining favor over fiber cement (depends on the geographic market), Seventrust only carries the LP Smartside panel product. .. They have fiber and strand.
Note: All photos are for illustrative purposes only. Please refer regularly to lpcorp.com for correct and up-to-date product installation instructions. Engineered to Impress. Durability. 03. Workability. 05. Sustainability. 07. Beauty. 09. Products. Strand Vs. Fiber. 11. Lap Siding. 13. Panel & Vertical Siding. 15. Trim & Fascia. 17.
Jan 19, 2014 Fiber Cement HardiePlank or LP SmartSide Siding? I get asked this question often working Texas Home Exteriors, "Greg, which is better, Fiber Cement/HardiePlank.
Apr 30, 2015 Unlike other composite wood panels, no formaldehyde-based resins are used to bind the fibers in Masonite. So What Is The Problem? On the outset, there The first type is known as the T1-11 plywood siding and the other is known as Oriented Strand board (OSB). T1-11 plywood siding is more expensive
41. LP SmartSide Panel Siding. Cedar Texture Panel. 25. Stucco Panel. 27. Smooth Panel. 28. Reverse Board & Batten. 29. LP? SmartSide? Lap Siding Cedar Trim. 33. Reversible Trim. 34. The Beauty Of Treated Engineered Wood. Durability. 03. Beauty. 05. Workability. 07. Sustainability. 09. Strand Vs. Fiber. 11
Jul 13, 2015 Contractors, watch this video to learn about the advantages of using LP SmartSide Trim & Siding products and how to install them. This video provides an overview of the installation processes for LP SmartSide trim and fascia, lap siding, panel siding, cedar shakes and soffit. Also refer to the detailed
Jul 14, 2015 Fiber cement begins as a mixture that includes wood fiber and Portland cement, while engineered wood uses treated wood strands combined with a resin Panel length. Fiber cement lap boards come in 12-foot lengths, while engineered wood can be manufactured in 16-foot lengths. The extra panel