• Double 5 '' Vertical

    Instantly add curb appeal and visual interest to any project by choosing Vertical siding.

    Board and Batten or ‘Vertical’ siding adds distinction to any home, and it is still one of the most popular home siding styles used today. The time-honored siding is a favorite among plenty of builders and architects, as a thoroughly modern material.   At KWP, our Provincial Vertical Siding is available in the full palette of designer colors.

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  • Board and Batten Wood Siding

    This siding or paneling style pairs vertical boards with smaller strips of wood (vertical batten). It was a popular siding style for barns and farmhouses but is now seeing its time in the spotlight. The beauty, authenticity, and warmth of wood siding with a modern touch. 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. Please note, to achieve this look you will need two KWP products (either Eco-side or Panels) plus trim board. Please see the install guides below.

    Benefits of Board and Batten Siding

    • The vertical element of board and batten gives homes added texture. It plays with shadows as the sun moves throughout the day.
    • Truly create a personalized look and elevate curb appeal! With the variety of colors available, you have endless possibilities.
    • Makes your home seem higher, giving the illusion of height.
    Learn more here: Get the modern farmhouse look with board and batten

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  • Stratford’s versatility: Siding and Soffit

    Stratford’s primary application is as a soffit panel, however, it can also be used as siding and can be installed horizontally, vertically or diagonally. No matter how it’s used, it will add tremendous curb appeal to any home.

      Why do we use Soffit? When it comes to designing your home exterior, there are many elements to consider. From siding colors and profiles to mixed materials, the design options can seem endless. Even then, there are some that seem to be considered secondary or are often overlooked. Soffits can, at times, fall into this category; however, there is no denying their importance, both visually and functionally. The design feature connects the exterior wall to the edge of the roof under the eaves and its architectural elements can not only add visual interest to your home but also give it a finished look. They help protect the homes exterior by keeping out pests like birds and squirrels, and help the ventilation for your attic. * We recommend using the Aluminum Venting Strip when installing Stratford in a soffit application. Click here for more info

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