LP Siding

LP Siding is one of the most durable home siding solutions on the market thanks to our proprietary SmartGuard® process.

Engineered Wood Siding

Engineered wood siding is one of the most durable home siding products available. Designed to protect your home from extreme weather, humidity, high winds, and everyday abuse. 

LP Smartside products feature engineered wood strand technology that offers superior protection against hail, wind, moisture, fungal decay, and termites.

LP Clapboard Engineered Wood Siding

LP has redefined traditional building materials with treated engineered wood products that are designed to offer game-changing durability, beauty, and workability. LP is a building industry leader in a category that is shaping the way homes, outdoor building structures, and light commercial properties are being built. 

OUTSTANDING IMPACT RESISTANCE Testing shows that LP SmartSide strand products resist impact better than vinyl and fiber cement siding, which means they can stand up better against everything from everyday bumps to airborne storm debris.

And because it doesn't break as easily as fiber cement siding, LP SmartSide strand siding is also easier to handle and install, and results in less waste.

Ideal for Extreme Weather

LP Siding is engineered for extreme weather.

HAIL AND WIND RESISTANCE Third-party test results demonstrate that LP SmartSide lap siding resisted hail damage better than fiber cement and vinyl. In fact, the LP SmartSide warranty covers impacts from hail up to 1.75˝ in diameter.

LP Siding is designed to withstand tough storms with wind gusts of up to 200 miles per hour.

 Engineered to stand up to extreme weather, LP SmartSide Lap Siding is a natural, durable choice for structures in any region. Plus, it’s the perfect companion cladding for structures partially finished in stucco, stone, and brick.

LP Clapboard Style Engineered Wood Siding
LP Board and Batten Engineered Wood Siding

LP Siding in Board and Batten Style, lets you re-create the clasic appearance of board and batten siding while providing the added protection of the SmartGuard® engineered wood process.

LP Engineered Wood Siding Great for Harsh Weather Conditions
LP Board and Batten Engineered Wood Siding
LP Engineered Wood Siding Lap Style

With LP Siding you can make a Bold, first impression. Clean, sharp lines that will protect your family for many years to come.

LP Engineered Wood Siding
LP Engineered Wood Siding

What is Engineered Wood Siding

Engineered Wood

As the most durable siding on the market, engineered wood combines the aesthetics of real wood with engineered wood strand technology for superior durability. Withstanding the passage of time, it’s a smart choice for versatile applications.

What makes engineered wood siding so strong.

How Cement Board Siding is made.

 LP Siding products come in a variety of styles for homes including smooth finish and cedar texture to help create the exact look you want. They also come in 16 prefinished ExpertFinish® colors designed to enhance any project. 

A Pioneer of Change

Lp Siding has redefined traditional building materials with treated engineered wood products that are designed to offer gam-changing durability, beauty, and workability.  LP Siding is a building industry leader in a category that is shaping the way homes, outdoor building structures, and light commercial properties are being built.

Engineered Wood Siding is Designed to be Strong

Engineered wood siding is designed to be strong and stand up against the harshest conditions. Tough, beautiful, easy to maintain, will add curb appeal to your home for many years to come.

Engineered Wood Siding is built to protect.
Engineered Wood Siding resists harsh weather conditions.

How Strong is LP Engineered Wood Siding?

Just how strong and durable is LP engineered wood siding? It's built to take punishment and designed to look great for decades to come.

LP Engineered Wood Siding will take the abuse.
LP SmartSide Siding is stronger than regular cement board siding
LP SmartSide Siding is stronger than vinyl siding.

Outstanding Impact Resistance

Testing shows that LP Smartside Siding products resist impact better than vinyl siding and fiber cement siding, which means they can stand up better against everything from everyday bumps to airborne storm debris. And because it doesn't break as easily as fiber cement siding, LP SmartSide strand siding is also easier to handle and install and results in less waste.

LP SmartSide Engineered Wood Siding

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How much does vinyl siding cost?  


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Why Choose Insulated Vinyl Siding?

Insulated vinyl siding will save you money by lowering your energy costs. Extra insulation gives your house additional R-value (resistance to heat flow) therefore keeping more of your heat inside in the winter and keeping your cooler AC air inside during the summer.


Insulated Siding
Thermal Picture

Thermal picture on right shows how much heat just flows right out through your walls. 

To review more information on how you can save money by using premium vinyl siding with factory applied foam insulation click here:  Insulated Vinyl Siding   


Vinyl Siding Trim

Vinyl Siding Trim completes the remodeling project by covering all the hard-to-reach areas of your home with products that you don't have to ever paint again. NO Painting!!  Trim products give your home that extra curb appeal and will increase the value of your house. No siding project is complete without adding the trim to your windows, doors, soffit, facia board and the hard-to-reach areas you use to have to paint and repair.

Trim and accessories   

Cover all corners, facia, soffit, overhangs, window/door frames to reduce maintenance and painting.

To see more information on Vinyl Siding Trim and Accessories  Click Here

Figuring vinyl siding cost quickly: 

Vinyl siding cost generally run between $3 per sq foot to over $10 per square foot depending upon quality of the siding from economy grade to premium grades.

Figuring cost quickly can be done by measuring your house to determine the total square feet of the exterior walls. Vinyl siding is sold by square feet. So, you need to know how many square feet of vinyl siding you will need to buy.

Once you know how much vinyl siding you will need to buy, it is just simple math, # of sq feet needed times the price of the siding you have picked out:

Example: Pick two qualities, economy, and a premium just to get ideas.

1,500 sq ft x $4 per sq ft = $6,000, economy brand.

1,500 sq ft x $8 per sq ft = $12,000, premium brand.

Somewhere between these two prices would be you base or ballpark budget.

Now you have a rough number to start with.  Keep in mind this is the price of the siding only. It is not the total cost of making your house ready for the siding. That is extra. 

In order to save time and make shopping easier, most people do a little research and pick out some different types, styles, and colors of siding before ever going shopping or talking to any contractors.  We agree. It saves a lot of time.

Click here to review Vinyl siding prices.