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Board & Batten Vinyl Home Siding is making a comeback as a technique to add visual interest to a wall that would otherwise be plain. So, what does “Board and Batten” mean? Thin strips of vinyl molding – or “battens” – are placed over the gaps of panel board in this form of siding. The result is a rustic-chic style, with strong vertical lines casting shadows and adding texture to the home’s façade.
When the United States was first colonized, barns and sheds were built with board and batten siding. This siding is sometimes referred to as “barn siding” because of this reason. Over the seams of the panel boards, batten strips were used to create a siding that helped to keep the outside elements out of the joints, keeping farm animals comfortable throughout the cold winters.
CertainTeed has recreated a siding used by early settlers to protect and beautify their homes and shed with Board and Batten. Vertical panels that alternate between wide and narrow create a simple but elegant design that works well with a variety of architectural types.
Board and Batten Siding can be used to create a variety of design looks, including:
No matter where you install it, Board and Batten may give your home a sleek, modern texture while also adding individuality and a comforting warmth to the exterior.
The cost of attaining the Board and Batten look varies depending on the size of the home, the style, the materials used, and the professional labor involved.
Size – larger homes, as expected, demand more materials and work
Design – more sophisticated or unusual designs necessitate more time spent measuring, cutting, and installing
Overall Project – concentrating on your home’s front façade is a terrific approach to get the style you desire while saving money.
Durability – Cheaper materials are available, but they will require substantial care and upkeep in the long run, and they may not be weather-resistant.
While wood is the most common material for Board and Batten Siding, it can also be made of vinyl, fiber cement, or steel. When it comes to durability, however, engineered vinyl siding is a better choice than solid wood siding because it has a similar appearance but is more durable and easier to maintain.
Guardian Elite Series Siding is an energy-efficient vinyl siding with proprietary technology for hail, wind, moisture, fungal decay, and termite protection. Creating a Board and Batten look with Guardian Elite Series Siding and trim is a smart approach to achieve the durability you want with the warranty you need.
Trim details, as well as the siding itself, contribute to the overall impression created by new Board & Batten Vinyl Home Siding. Corner trim, J-channels, soffit panels, gutters, and downspouts all look good together in a truly professional installation. Colored caulks and sealants that match should also be used. Consult with Green Eco Solutions‘ experts today when planning your new siding installation to make sure these details are included, as well as getting a free look at all of your vinyl siding options.
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