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New LP® SmartSide® Smooth Trim & Siding Combines Advanced Durability, Long-Lasting Beauty & Smooth Finish

Manufactured with engineered wood strand technology, LP® SmartSide® Smooth Trim & Siding provides the advanced durability building professionals have come to expect with the distinctive beauty homeowners appreciate.

According to a product trend analysis compiled by Home Innovation, engineered wood is the fastest growing siding material for new home construction—and is a leader in the race to replace competitive building materials in the market. That’s because an engineered wood solution like LP SmartSide Smooth Trim & Siding checks all the boxes for builders, remodelers and homeowners. It is not only a remarkably durable solution, but it has a beautiful aesthetic and is environmentally sustainable.

Additionally, to ensure this advanced durability, LP SmartSide Smooth Trim & Siding has been tested and proven to hold up strong in extreme weather, including moisture, golf-ball-sized hail, freeze/thaw cycles and even up to 200 mph wind gusts.

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Here are a few more details that contribute to LP SmartSide Smooth Trim & Siding being an innovative, fresh new option in the engineered wood siding market.

  • Durability to the core – Thanks to the SmartGuard® manufacturing process, LP SmartSide Smooth Trim & Siding protects against damage from freeze/thaw cycles, high humidity, termites and fungal decay.
  • Great choice for a diverse set of architectural styles – Cue LP SmartSide Smooth Trim & Siding when you are looking for an option beyond the cedar grain texture aesthetic, including traditional or modern homes.
  • Offered in region-specific color options – LP Building Solutions works with pre-finishers in different regions who are color experts and know what works best in their areas. Not only that, it is also pre-primed for exceptional paint adhesion.
  • Provides peace-of-mind protection – LP SmartSide Smooth Trim & Siding is backed by an industry-leading 5/50-year limited warranty.

 

LP Building Solutions is proud to introduce a new high-performance solution that gives your home a sleek exterior that accentuates its architectural features. Every homebuilding endeavor or remodeling project has its challenges, but now yours can have a smooth finish. Click here to learn more.

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