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.
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.
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.
When considering an exterior remodel, homeowners can often be intimidated by the layers of planning and countless decisions to be made…from choosing the right remodeler to selecting lasting materials to picking out a paint color. With a large investment, it’s vital for homeowners to put in the time to ensure they are making the right choices throughout the planning process to achieve their desired result.Continue Reading
Today’s craftsman-style homes are variations of the ones first built in America in the late 1890s in a revolt against the overly ornate Victorian style of the day. The name was coined by the founder of Craftsman magazine, which was devoted to ensuring “serious architecture” was accessible for working-class families.
You’ve noticed your home’s siding could use a face lift. Maybe your siding is cracked, has damaging build-up or perhaps the passage of time has taken a toll on its appearance. With the primary purpose of exterior siding being to add a protective layer to your home, you’ve decided it’s time for a siding repair or replacement. Now what?
The popular Lifetime Channel remodeling show Designing Spaces likes to document the home improvement journey to show that it can indeed be a manageable experience. The program recently shared the story of James and Stella, a professional couple in Wilmington, North Carolina, who did a re-siding project that went smoothly from start to finish.