Exclusively at Lowe's: LP® Siding with Knotty Barnside Texture

Are you a do-it-yourselfer looking for a siding product that’s easy to work with and gives you the freedom to take on a variety of exterior projects? Then head to Lowe’s, where you’ll find another innovative LP building product: LP Siding with Knotty Barnside Texture. It’s ideal for chicken coops, dog houses and variety of other DIY projects.

Long-Lasting Performance in Any Weather

It’s common to use plywood, pine, lesser grades of cedar, or other soft woods for siding in non-residential use. The problem is these types of wood may quickly succumb to the elements, resulting in cracking, warping, curling, rot and other damage. Why settle for inferior siding products that won’t last and require extra maintenance? LP offers an ideal solution: a durable exterior construction panel. LP® Siding with Knotty Barnside Texture is an advanced engineered wood product with a simulated rough-sawn finish. It offers the authentic look of knotty cedar with a shiplap edge. Each panel is designed to provide strength and structural integrity, which means it offers excellent resistance to warping, splitting and cupping. It can also stand up to flying debris and other impacts.

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Easy Handling, Easy Installation

Using this project panel is simple. LP Siding with Knotty Barnside Texture cuts with standard woodworking tools for easier cutting. Another benefit is that it’s significantly lighter than comparable fiber cement panels, making installation faster and easier. Simply cut, prime, paint – and your project is complete! For a great finishing touch, add LP SmartSide® engineered wood trim with smooth or cedar texture.
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LP Siding with Knotty Barnside Texture is backed by a 1-Year Limited warranty and exclusively available at Lowe’s. What will you build today? See complete installation instructions for LP Knotty Barnside panels.
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