Dealers who sell premium, high-quality materials such as LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding must master the art of conveying the value of these premium building materials to their customers. To convince a builder or remodeler to use engineered wood siding because of its many advantages, it’s all about going beyond the basics. Make sure you do your homework on the following points.
Bottom line: While LP SmartSide products come with a higher price tag, they also come with trusted, proven performance results. If you are a dealer who would like to learn more about using LP products in your business, schedule a product knowledge meeting with an LP representative by calling (888) 820-0325.
While board and batten siding is typically made of wood, it can also be made from vinyl, fiber cement or even steel. But if you’re worried about durability and curb appeal—and these days who isn’t?—engineered wood siding is a smarter buy compared to traditional wood siding because it mimics its look but features greater durability and easier maintenance.Continue Reading
Flashing is a key part of the LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding installation process, helping to protect homes from the elements by preventing moisture intrusion. When you are installing lap siding, incorrectly installed flashing may lead to moisture issues that can affect other aspects of the home, in addition to the siding.
When it comes to exterior cladding, homes require more than siding to protect them from the elements. Fascia and trim are two key elements that work together to create a protective barrier around the home, serving as a first line of defense along with siding.
In today’s landscape of high competition and new ways of interacting with clients, easy-to-access virtual resources have become even more important. That’s why LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding is committed to providing you the tools you need to keep up with the changing landscape.