In the previous installments of this blog series, we discussed several aspects of LP® SmartSide® engineered wood siding options. We’ve examined the beautiful finish and cedar grain texture, and the proven durability of treated engineered wood. We’ve learned about LP’s industry-leading 5/50-year limited warranty. And we have explored the superior impact and termite resistance of LP SmartSide products.
Now let’s find out how easy it is to install LP SmartSide Trim & Siding products.
It’s hard to beat the natural look of a home finished in real wood. With LP SmartSide trim and siding, contractors can give homeowners that warm, inviting look with less maintenance. The best part? It’s easier than you think!
We’re confident you will love the outstanding workability of LP SmartSide. For more information and a price on LP SmartSide products for your next project, find an LP SmartSide siding retailer or remodeler near you.
Available in 16 prefinished colors, LP® SmartSide® ExpertFinish® Trim & Siding can help you bring greater efficiency to your builds alongside a look your clients are sure to love. But did you know the LP SmartSide ExpertFinish collection includes more than typical siding materials?Continue Reading
When it comes to sub-floor systems, building with products designed to complement one another is critical for a smooth project. That’s why LP’s powerful pair of sub-flooring products, LP Legacy® Premium Sub-Flooring and LP Legacy Premium Sub-Floor Adhesive, offer a great solution to any sub-flooring project.
As spring showers ramp up, moisture can become a big concern both during and after construction. Properly installing flashing for windows in new construction is key as the build takes shape, and builders will also benefit from using materials designed specifically to resist water damage. And when it comes in through exterior walls, water intrusion can cause issues for homeowners long after the build is complete.
Overall, improvements in building envelopes have helped homeowners benefit from greater protection against moisture. Builders are able to create more energy-efficient homes overall due to these developments. However, when the exterior envelope doesn’t allow a structure to breathe, any moisture that gets trapped inside simply rots—causing more problems than intended. What is the solution to needing a tight building envelope that allows for proper airflow? Symbiotic materials, such as the LP Structural Solutions portfolio of products, provide an answer.