VINYL LOG SIDING

Various Special Benefits Can Be Obtained By Using Vinyl Log Siding

Our Vinyl log siding is available in clear and knotty grades. Clear siding gives premium quality appearance and is ideal for prestigious, up market applications. Knotty siding has warmth and casual charm and is ideal for homes, cottages, club-houses and applications where a rustic appearance is desired. Our Vinyl log siding products are known for its good looks and versatility. It can be installed horizontally, vertically or diagonally, each method giving a distinctly different look.

Vinyl log siding has always been designed as an exterior cladding, not a water-resistive barrier. Vinyl siding is designed to allow the material underneath it to contract and relax, therefore, it is not a watertight covering. Because of its design and application, it provides a supplemental rain screen that enhances the water-resistive barrier system by reducing the amount of water that reaches the underlying water-resistive barrier. To achieve designed performance, vinyl siding must be installed over a water-resistive barrier system that includes

  • A Continuous Water-Resistive Material
  • Properly Integrated Flashing Around All Penetrations.

Exterior vinyl building materials require little maintenance for many years. Nevertheless, common sense dictates that builders and suppliers of vinyl products store, handle, and install vinyl materials in a manner that avoids damage to the product and the structure. Owners and installers should take a few simple steps to protect vinyl building materials from fire. Vinyl siding is made from organic materials and will melt or burn when exposed to a significant source of flame or heat. Building owners, occupants, and outside maintenance personnel should always take normal precautions to keep sources of fire, such as grills, and combustible materials, such as dry leaves, mulch, and trash, away from vinyl siding.

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