Dutch Lap Vinyl Siding
Dutch lap vinyl siding recreates the look of a hand crafted wood siding that exudes traditional style and architecture. Dutch lap vinyl siding differs from regular siding, which uses flat panels that overlap each other on a slight angle. Dutch lap siding tends to be more rigid than flat paneled siding, making it easier to install. In terms on durability in extreme weather and heat, Dutch Lap Vinyl Siding is equal to a clapboard siding.
Dutch Lap Vinyl Siding Cost
Dutch lap vinyl siding is typically only available in premium grades and is therefore more expensive than many types of vinyl siding. The cost will depend on the profile, whether a 4" or a 5", the textture you decide on and the siding manufacturer such as Alside or CertainTeed. Due to its aesthetic appeal and durability, most builders and/or contractors offer Dutch lap vinyl siding to homeowners as an exterior cladding option.
Alside Dutch Lap Siding
Alside Odyssey Plus in a Double 4", with a butt edge of 1/2", thickness: .044" and a subtle wood grain texture. Or available in a Double 5", with a butt edge of 5/8", thickness: .044" and a subtle wood grain texture.
CertainTeed Dutch Lap Vinyl Siding
CertainTeed offers the Monogram® Double 5" Dutchlap Vinyl Siding that comes in a .046" thickness, rough cedar finish, 3/4" panel projection and a limited lifetime warranty
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