If you are looking for a Board & Batten siding or vertical siding to add curb appeal to your home exterior, vertical composite siding will do just that. This popular home siding option can be used all over the house or as an accent mixed with other materials such as stone, brick, or vinyl. Both Board & Batten and Vertical siding are a great way to add visual interest to your home. No matter the architectural style or whether it is used as an accent or as the main cladding, it can take your home exterior design to the next level.
Stratford’s primary application is as a soffit panel, however, it can also be used as siding and can be installed vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. No matter how it’s used, it will add tremendous curb appeal to any home.
Provincial, Double 5” Vertical, a unique vertical siding in an array of colors.
Board & Batten
Eco-side® BOLD is now available for a board and batten installation in the colors White Topex and Primed, allowing you to create that coveted FARMHOUSE-style.
When used all over the exterior, vertical board siding can add an illusion of height to a house.
To further enhance the look, trim out the siding, windows and doors in a contrasting color. A brooding dark gray shade for your siding paired with crisp white trims and a bold red door. Now there is a showstopper!
Vertical siding options can also be used to add flair to the lower portion of a home or to highlight architectural points such as the gables. Framing your entryway, bay and bow windows with Vertical siding will further draw the eye to these areas.
Select, rich and bold color! Don’t worry if you are more into the neutral shades, we have those as well. See our full list of our siding colors here.
Vertical Siding is easier to clean. This is because you do not need to worry about water getting behind the pieces.
KWP Engineered Wood Siding offers the look of wood without all the maintenance.
In engineered wood siding, the combined treated wood strands or fibers and adhesive resins produces a composite material which is stronger than natural wood. Moreover, the added water-resistant waxes allows the siding to resist decay and humidity.
Engineered wood siding on the other hand, is pre-primed to hold paint. Moreover, KWP backs its paint finish by offering a 25-Finish limited Warranty.