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Get More Out of an Outdoor Shed with Warranty Coverage

Beautiful and exceptionally durable, LP® engineered wood products feature many innovations to make your outdoor shed a cut above the rest. First and foremost, the SmartGuard® process treats each wood strand in LP SmartSide® and ProStruct® Floor products with an advanced formula of binders, waxes and zinc borate to resist fungal decay and termites. LP products also come backed with some of the best warranties in the industry. If you are considering the purchase of a new shed, get the most for your money when you purchase a structure built with LP products.

20 Years of Warranty Coverage on Roof Sheathing

With its highly reflective surface, this unique product reduces the sun’s radiant heat from above and enhances lighting inside the shed. LP’s proprietary manufacturing process minimizes peeling and flaking. LP ProStruct Roof Sheathing with SilverTech includes a comprehensive 20-Year Limited Warranty.*

Keep your shed cooler in the summer heat with LP ProStruct Roof Sheathing with SilverTech®.

50 Years of Warranty Coverage on Shed Walls and Siding

Innovative LP SmartSide® Panels with SilverTech are also manufactured with a label-free, finish-grade radiant barrier surface, so your shed interior is brighter and the inside of your shed feels cooler. For the exterior of your shed, LP SmartSide trim and siding offer a rich cedar grain texture that has all the warmth and beauty of traditional wood – without the high maintenance. All LP SmartSide wall, trim and siding products include a comprehensive 5/50-Year Limited Warranty which includes limited coverage for hail damage.*

10 Years of Warranty Coverage on Shed Flooring

LP ProStruct Floor with SmartFinish® is free of knots, patches and face voids, and resists splitting and cracking. It features a durable overlay that creates a uniform, attractive appearance for your shed floor. ProStruct flooring includes a comprehensive 1/10-Year Limited Warranty.*

Toughness From Top to Bottom

The superior performance of products from LP Outdoor Building Solutions® means your outdoor shed will offer more value for many more years. Why waste money on wood sheds that don’t last as long as those constructed of engineered wood? Find out where to buy a shed built with LP products today.
*For full warranty details, visit www.LPCorp.com. Lead image courtesy of Pine Creek Structures
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Renovation5 min

Tips on Re-Siding in Historic Districts

If you own a home in a historic district, you can forget about replacing the existing siding with vinyl. Most historic districts require replacement siding to closely match the original, hence wood (or engineered wood) and brick. Understanding home building regulations based on historic overlays can help eliminate the headache during renovations, so it’s important to stay in the know before embarking on the project.

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Renovation5 min
Top Four Home Exterior Tips for Fall

With fall just around the corner, it’s time to plan how you will ensure your home’s exterior is ready for the cooler temperatures while also keeping up with the latest seasonal trends. Not sure where to start? We break down the top four home exterior tips for fall for a little inspiration.

Trends6 min
Using the Right Siding for a Ranch Home

Ranch-style home designs are known for low and wide single-story profiles, large picture windows, sliding glass doors and attached front garages. These close-to-the-ground homes were first built in the U.S. in the 1920s, but they didn’t gain widespread popularity until the post-World War II era into the 1970s. As suburbia spread, the ranch-style house became one of America’s favorites. The popularity of ranch-style homes waned in the ‘80s and ‘90s, but it’s making a comeback as younger homebuyers rediscover the ranch’s charm—much like they did with bungalows.

Maintenance4 min
What First-Time Buyers Should Know About Home Maintenance and Storage

Most first-time homebuyers arm themselves with a lot of information about mortgage interest rates and closing costs. What they sometimes overlook are the repair costs prior to moving into previously owned homes and the long-term maintenance costs associated with homeownership.