Diamond Kote Siding is 375% stronger than standard lap siding, creating extreme strength for wind resistance.
Diamond Kote Siding RigidStack is 375% stronger than standard lap siding, creating extreme strength
for wind resistance up to 200 mph.
Diamond Kote Siding using LP Smartside technology resists hail damage better than fiber cement and vinyl siding.
As a homeowner you can trust LP SmartSiding Products to resist impact from airborne debris and gain even more peace of mind with a warranty that covers damage from hail, up to 1.75" in diameter.
Partnering with the best. Our siding products are built on LP SmartSides, an engineered wood product treated with a SmartGurar process. This process allows our siding to withstand extreme temperatures, heavy rains, and high humidity, freezing weather and thaws, and everything in between.
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Diamond Kote Siding is Low Maintenance
This siding has minimal maintenance backed by a 30 year No Fade Warranty. No repainting.
Nothing will impact the appearance of your home more dramatically than exterior siding will.
Note the difference between the staggered cedar shake and straight edge cedar shake.
Straight Edge Cedar Shake has the bottom edges all straight and in line. It is a personal design preference. Thus, it is called 'Straight Edge Cedar Shake Siding'.
Staggered Edge Cedar Shake Siding is where the bottom edges of the shakes are 'staggered' making it more like the rustic look when people actually cut the cedar into shakes by hand. This is a classic look and has been popular for centuries.
Your home style is a factor in choosing the right siding. You should think about the house style, and the architecture of the home, along with the time period of the house. A Colonial style home may use a straight edge cedar shake while a Craftsman style home may choose the look of a staggered edge shake.
Diamond Kote Siding in Board and Batten Style will emphasize the vertical areas of your exterior to create a rustic old farmhouse inspired house. It can be used as an accent siding on garages. Lots of people use it in combination with other siding styles and types to create a distinct personal look.
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Following the history of your house can help you choose the right siding.
The contemporary style homes were built for sustainability, with materials eco-friendly and energy efficient. The exterior architecture of a craftsman style home with a spacious open floor plan featured in a modernized style. Contemporary style homes became popular in the 1970's and is considered the 'now' look of today.
Victorian Style Home
Victorian Style Homes were characterized by massing wrap-around porches with an adornment of decorative materials and asymmetrical woodworking treatments. Towers and turrets were common with many windows types and decorative elements. This style dates to the late 1870's and was most popular between 1880 and 1910.
Cape Cod Style Home
The New England home design, the simplest type of small Cape Cod architectural style homes. Peaked in the 1950's and seen in almost every neighborhood of that period. Usually has first floor living spaces with upstairs bedrooms with dormers.