When it comes to siding installation, vertical siding is usually not selected by most homeowners or even designers. However, if you want your house exterior to stand out, going JamesHardie’s HardiePanel vertical siding boards is a wise choice, especially if you are going for a rustic board-and-batten look. You can even combine both types of siding to create a strong and interesting pattern. Better yet, go for the more minimalist look of simple vertical lines. It works well with farmhouse-style or modern homes too.
Here are a few advantages of using HardiePanel vertical siding boards:
1. Achieve the Board and Batten Look.
With the vertical siding, you will be able to recreate a board and batten design in your home. The vinyl boards are generally a foot in width and installed with a half-inch gap. Within this space, the batten, which is another vinyl plank, is installed. This style is becoming popular because it looks like actual wood.
2. It can be easily installed.
Vertical vinyl sidings come with interlocking panels, which allow them to be installed quickly and easily.
3. HardiePanel vertical siding boards are easier to clean.
Water can flow completely down the boards helping to remove dirt, dust and other residue.
Here are a few samples of vertical siding board installations we have done.
Invest in Quality and Durability without Sacrificing Visual Appeal
If you choose HardieBoard for your house siding, it is best to leave the installation to the professionals as it is much heavier than vinyl or wood siding and requires experienced installers to get the job done right. Our experts are available to answer any questions you may have, and we’d love to hear from you! Contact us for a quote today!