Early American Colonist used horizontal planks of wood to form a signature look, called Clapboard siding. This look is still emulated today and is one of the most popular vinyl siding styles out there.
Clapboard siding comes in 4 basic distinct styles:
Each style is basically long vertical boards attached to the house. Each has a distinct profile or look. Each has it's own history.
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Early American Colonist first cut down trees and used the trees or logs to build log cabins.
Then as more and more homes were built, they started sawing logs into long thin strips of vertical lumber and used on their homes. This was an upgrade usually reserved for the wealthy.
Today this style of siding is one of the most popular vinyl siding types used.
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