Most homes look great with clapboard siding. It has been around for centuries and is still the most popular home siding sold today!
Clapboard siding runs horizontally across the house from end to end. Looks like the old sailing ships of yesteryear. Clapboard siding is sometimes called "Ship Lap" siding because of this.
Clapboard siding is the most used home siding in America. And it has been for over a hundred years.
Clapboard siding is one of the oldest home siding styles around. It was used in Europe for centuries mainly because there were so many people who worked in shipyards working on sailing ships.
Clapboard siding can be used with many other siding types to create distinctive design styles.
Clapboard comes in many different textures, from smooth finish that looks like fresh painted planks, to rough hand sawn texture that looks exactly like fresh sawn cedar planks.
Dutch Lap clapboard siding is a style of siding where the top edge has a shadow line all the way across the top edge of the siding plank.
To see more information about Dutch Lap Siding, Click Here Dutch Lap Siding
To see a little history of clapboard siding click here. History of Clapboard Siding
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