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Engineered Wood Siding Costs - 2020 Installation Price Guide .

Engineered wood siding is a manufactured siding that is more cost effective than traditional wood siding and is made up of composite wood materials. Composite wood is mixed with different fibers and strands of various woods to create an energy efficient and cheaper to install finished product.

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How To Install LP Siding - GNH Lumber Co.

Engineered wood siding typically butts into the trim pieces, so it is necessary to start by installing the trim at the windows and doors. This is much like building a frame around the windows, so be sure to account for the width of the trim when measuring to cut these pieces. Outside corners are typically trimmed with two overlapping trim boards.

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6 Things To Know When Installing Siding | Enginnered Wood Siding

You could do the best installation job in the world, but it will all be for nothing if the siding wasn’t properly stored beforehand. Make sure engineered wood siding is covered and stored in a dry environment pre-installation. If the siding is left exposed to water make sure to store it indoors and kept dry for 48 hours before installation.

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5 Tips for Installing Engineered Wood Siding | DoItYourself.com

Installing engineered wood siding means a lot of nails need to be inserted into the wood siding on the side of your home. Although you can certainly do this with a regular hammer, it does make for a much longer installation and more fatigue and strain in your forearms and shoulders.

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How To Replace Engineered Wood Siding | LP Building Solutions

To replace engineered wood siding successfully, you’ll need a few standard woodworking tools—the same you’d use as LP SmartSide installation tools. These include a circular saw (or miter saw), a prybar/crowbar, a nail gun, primer and paint. You should also have an ASTM C920 Class 25 or better sealant on hand.

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