Siding Styles

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Board and Batten

This exterior siding style describes paneling that has alternating wide boards and narrow wooden strips called “battens.” The boards are usually one foot wide. Historically associated with the craftsman style of architecture, board and batten siding is finding a resurgence in popularity for the exterior of your home. Board and batten imparts a rustic quality perfect for your Colorado home. Board and batten is available in all of the top siding manufacturers in the US including James Hardie Color Plus and LP SmartSide

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This extremely popular siding style can be seen on home across the Front Range. Lap siding is comprised on long boards that overlap each-other, hence “lap” siding. This design can also be called clapboard, even though lap siding has wider boards than clapboard. Lap siding does a fantastic job highlighting design features along the exterior of your home. the number one lap siding solution for Colorado is James Hardie Color Plus siding. Contact Colorado Siding Repair to learn more. 

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Shake siding offers a charming look unlike any other siding style. This design is ideal for your Colorado cottage or bungalow. Use the shake as a design feature to bring a timeless accent to your exterior. Our Denver homeowners associate shake siding with natural cedar wood shake found across the Front Range. Ask our team how to get the look of cedar shake in a durable James Hardie fiber cement siding product. We are your trusted siding guide. 

Found across the western part of the US, stucco has typically been a popular exterior style even in Colorado. While you can find stucco on a multitude of homes across the Front Range,  this exterior option is not always ideal in the Colorado climate. Stucco often hides the moisture and water damage so well that homeowners are unaware when the sheathing behind the stucco is deteriorating due to water damage. In lieu of stucco for your exterior we recommend that you clad your home with James Hardie fiber cement.

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