TruExterior Siding & Trim combines the look of wood with high-performance attributes that allow for high levels of dimensional stability and low maintenance. Plus, TruExterior is easy to install. In fact, contractors find working with TruExterior faster and easier than working with wood. You can cut, miter, and apply TruExterior siding with very few limitations.
In addition, TruExterior doesn’t require sealing of end cuts in the field, can be used in ground-contact applications, and can be painted any color.
Check out our new three-part video series where contractor and educator Mike Sloggatt outlines the steps and best practices for installing TruExterior Siding in a horizontal application.
Chapter 1: Setup
Learn how to install the corners, mark reference lines and nailing patterns, use a story pole to set up the skirt board and throughout panel installation, and install the skirt board.
Chapter 2: Installation
Learn more about skirt boards, how to properly align fasteners, joints, tools, and more.
Chapter 3: Corners
Learn about different corner options and how to install them.
Learn more about installing TruExterior Siding & Trim and download installation guides here.