LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding products offer the same warmth and beauty as wood, and can be crafted in the same profiles as traditional wood siding. The LP product line is so broad that you can use it for your lap, panel, trim, fascia and soffit needs. Our impressive array of sizes and finishes satisfies a full variety of design requirements, ensuring there is an LP SmartSide product for most every home.
Create your own unique exterior design using one or more of the following profiles.
All LP SmartSide products are available in 16-foot lengths for fewer seams and faster installation, and come pre-primed from the factory after being treated with the proprietary SmartGuard® process to help prevent fungal decay and termite damage. Traditional lumber simply can’t match the proven durability of LP SmartSide Trim & Siding. For more information, contact an LP remodeler near you.
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In recent years, there have been reports of termite infestations in traditionally colder locations. If you are considering buying or building a home in an area where termites traditionally haven’t been a concern, it could be time to get ahead of their spread by considering building materials engineered to resist termite decay.
While many builders resort to flexible timing and weather contingency clauses to successfully navigate wet weather construction, they are still often at the mercy of the materials they use. This is why, at LP Building Solutions, we’ve been long committed to engineering building materials that stand up specifically to moisture-related challenges.
If you live or are looking to build a home in an area that’s vulnerable to seasonal hurricanes—Florida, the Gulf Coast or the Eastern Seaboard—your home’s ability to stand up to inclement weather should be a top concern, alongside wind damage to your siding.