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CertainTeed Siding - Vinyl, Polymer, Stone and Composite

Express your distinct style with CertainTeed’s comprehensive offering of vinyl, polymer, stone and composite siding and siding accents. There’s a lot to consider when creating your home’s exterior; from siding and shingles to styles and colors. CertainTeed products are all designed to work together and give your home a beautiful

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Faux Vs. Real Building Products - CBS News

Like wood siding, wood trim is also subject to wood-rot and insect infestation. Trim pieces created from synthetic products (urethane, PVC and fiberglass) can help you achieve an elegant real wood

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PVC Exterior Trim CertainTeed

PVC exterior trim products from CertainTeed will add the detail you've always wanted to your home. Explore our PVC exterior trim styles including Smooth TrueTexture? Woodgrain. Trim-It? Create distinction with a wide offering of accent and decorative trim products from both composite and vinyl created by CertainTeed Siding

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Top 10 remodeling projects for adding value to your home

Top 10 remodeling projects for adding value to your home Exterior work on a property, from new siding to replacing windows, dominate the list of projects that offer the biggest bang for your

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Watch This Old House Episodes on PBS Season 31 (2010

TVGuide has every full episode so you can stay-up-to-date and watch your favorite show This Old House anytime, anywhere. The vinyl siding is removed from the exterior of the 1915 Dutch

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Dream Garage: Exterior Trim and Siding - TV.com

Watch Home Again with Bob Vila - Season 8, Episode 20 - Dream Garage: Exterior Trim and Siding: Windows, exterior trim and siding are installed. Also: a tour of the American Plywood Association

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All About Fiber-Cement Siding This Old House

Picking the right siding for your house is a delicate balancing act between good looks, durability, maintenance, and affordability. You can also use wood trim with fiber-cement siding. Wherever trim and siding meet, there should be a 1/8-inch gap, concealed with caulk. For panels, simply divide the total square footage of your exterior

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