Homeowners have been enjoying the attractive curb appeal and longer-lasting beauty offered by LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding products for decades. This year, we were excited to offer something new for homeowners to look forward to—LP® SmartSide® ExpertFinish® Trim & Siding.
This is a prefinished option—which means it’s delivered to your house already painted in one of the 16 unique, proprietary colors LP offers. Like all LP SmartSide products, LP SmartSide ExpertFinish Trim & Siding can help to add value to your home’s exterior and will remain durable for years to come.
Both professional contractors and homeowners appreciate LP SmartSide ExpertFinish Trim & Siding for a variety of reasons. Do you have questions why?
We caught up with professionals Kyle Stumpenhorst of @rrbuildings and Jordan Smith of @jordansmithbuilds as they installed LP SmartSide ExpertFinish products on a modern farmhouse. They list off the top five benefits of using it on your home, which is sure to answer many of your questions about LP’s latest product offering:
And here’s a bonus LP SmartSide ExpertFinish Trim & Siding tip: LP offers an industry-leading 5/15/50-year warranty, which features a 5-year full labor and materials warranty, a 15-year limited warranty on the finish and a 50-year limited warranty on the substrate.
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