Exterior house trim can make or break a home. It can either look beautiful for many years to come, or break down and cause damage around windows and inside walls. With so many options, it can be hard to choose the right kind of trim and house fascia – until you know the facts.
LP® SmartSide® Trim is in a class of its own when compared to traditional wood or fiber cement trim. Both beautiful and exceptionally durable, LP SmartSide Trim gives any home the warm, natural look of real cedar, and the toughness of engineered wood. Consider these advantages.
Find out the real difference between LP SmartSide Trim and MiraTEC® trim.
LP SmartSide Trim and Fascia are the perfect complement for homes finished in LP SmartSide lap or panel siding, as well as vinyl, brick, wood, stucco or fiber cement. Whether you choose cedar texture, smooth finish, narrow or wide trim, all trim products come pre-primed and ready to paint.
LP has your back with a five-year, 100% labor and replacement warranty, plus an outstanding 50-year pro-rated limited warranty. With one of the most competitive warranties in the market, you can rest assured your trim is protected by one of the most trusted brands in building materials.
To schedule a meeting with an LP representative, call our Customer Care Center at (888) 820-0325. If you’re ready to purchase LP SmartSide siding, trim, fascia or vented soffit, we invite you to find a retailer near you.
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