Fiber Cement Siding
Fiber cement siding:
Provides smooth or traditional wood grain appearance without the drawbacks associated with other siding materials. Offering a wood-like appearance with greater durability and better weather resistance than most other man made siding products. Fiber cement siding carries a class 1 (A) Fire Rating; it is not subject to rotting, buckling and warping. Fiber cement typically holds paint for several years longer than conventional wood siding. It is produced from a mixture of cement, sand, and cellulose fibers. An estimated 12 to 15% of all new homes are sided with fiber cement siding.
Versatility fiber cement siding manufacturers offer complete siding systems decorative shapes, soffit, fascia and trim applications. There are fiber cement products available in a variety of profiles, textures and colors too match the most demanding design requirements. They offer horizontal lap siding in an array of sizes including Dutch lap, beaded, and traditional profiles. Fiber cement siding is also available as shingles, random squares (staggered edge or straight), scallops in half rounds and octagons. Vertical siding options include a traditional stucco appearance, smooth, or rough cedar (with or without vertical grooves.) Fiber cement soffit is available solid or vented in smooth and cedar textures.
Most fiber cement siding is installed factory primed and sealed but it also comes factory pre-finished. Factory priming protects the product from moisture penetration from the factory to the job site and through the installation process. Factory pre-finished fiber cement siding may slightly limit color options the baked enamel finish will out live traditional paint.
The Manufacturing process of fiber cement siding utilizes autoclaving, a high temperature steam curing process, to increase strength and dimensional stability. The cellulose fibers are added to the mixture to prevent cracking and increases durability. Fiber cement siding is capable of withstanding damaging effects of salt spray and ultraviolet rays, and penetration of birds or insects. Once installed, the product stands up well against abrasion and direct impact, unlike other siding materials. Fibers cement siding is not prone to dent from abrasion or impacts like hail storms and does not become brittle in freezing conditions or melt in the presence of heat sources such as barbecue grills.
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