Siding Styles

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Board and Batten

This siding style has been very popular for many years. Board & Batten siding creates the traditional farmhouse look. To achieve this classic look the paneling is installed vertically. Narrow strips, called battens, are installed over the seams of wide boards, creating this alternating board look. 

The Board & Batten style results in a very clean-looking siding that is quite beautiful. Historically, this style has been associated with the craftsman style of architecture. It has recently seen a resurgence in popularity thanks to modern farmhouses.

This siding style is both rustic and stylish. It can be used as accents or on your entire house and is available in many variations. Board & Batten siding is available from leading siding manufacturers such as James Hardie and LP.

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Lap siding is a popular siding option all along the Colorado Front Range. It can be made from most popular siding materials including fiber cement, vinyl, and wood. This classic look will make your home look beautiful and raise its curb appeal.

This siding style comes in a few variations to create different looks. Clapboard siding is a form of Lap siding in which the boards are not as wide as in traditional lap siding. In the alternating exposures styles the width of the exposures vary, thus creating a more contemporary aesthetic. Dutch Lap siding is another style that can be created with horizontal planks. It has notches on the bottom of each plank, creating a shadow and a distinct look. 

Lap siding is a very versatile siding style and offers you a great number of choices. That way you can really find a style that matches your design ideas and the exterior of your home.

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The Shake siding style is also known as Shingle siding, Shake shingle style or shingle-style siding. It has a very classic and unique look that is often associated with cedar siding. However, it can be made out of most siding materials, including fiber cement from James Hardie. 

Shake siding comes in two different looks. For a more rustic look the shake shingles are staggered. For a cleaner, neater look the “perfect” shingles are installed straight. Which style you choose really depends on what look you prefer and which design you want for your home.

This siding style lends itself well as an accent to other styles, such as lap siding. It is a great option to highlight architectural elements and features of your home. Of course, it can also be installed on the entire house. You have a number of great options with this siding style.

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Stucco siding can be found across the western part of the US, including on Colorado homes. However, it is not the most popular siding style in our climate as it can hide water damage from view that is caused by prolonged exposure to moisture. The sheathing behind the stucco can be damaged which can be difficult to detect without close inspection.

With the new developments in siding over the last few decades there are other siding options better suited for the Colorado climate. James Hardie fiber cement comes in many attractive siding styles and offers better options that traditional stucco siding.

No matter what siding style and type you pick, Colorado Siding Repair is here to help. We are your trusted siding guide and we will help you find the siding that is right for you, your budget, and your home. We also offer financing options so that you can get the siding you really want.

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