Rated 4.4 out of 5Â by 38
Rated 5 out of 5Â by VTFARMER Easy Installation and Holds Paint Very Well
It installs easily and holds paint well. I have used this product twice now and both times very satisfied.
July 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JJandShanon Excellent product!
We used this to close in the sides on a metal carport and it worked perfectly and painted up really nicely! We did put caulking in the seams to ensure a tight fit. It cut easily with a regular blade in our circular saw and we did apply two coats of paint which dried very quickly. We would definitely recommend and/or use this again for any project as we've been very pleased with it.
July 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DIYhomeowner Fast n' easy install!!
Put an addition on the back of my small house with this product about a year and a half ago. Still looks new. Went up fast and easy and I've never done siding before. Will buy again for my next project!
January 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MsgtCarew Excellent siding
Be real careful handling, corners soft. If using nail gun set depth just flush with panel face. If screwing just sink bugle head screw to face. I did both on two sheds. Pre-primed, I used a heavy nap roller and painted. 1st shed 8 years old no signs of wear, trimmed out with 2x3 boards corners, top around windows and door. 2nd shed just made first winter no wear. Built 12ft x 30ft shed for friend 1 yr old still perfect. Most economical siding available. Two people can side any 8ft walled shed in a day easily. Overlapping edge handy, plan where they will meet. Standard 2x4 wall construction 16 in OC perfect. I built 3 doors with it also, no problems 8 yrs old, 2x4 framed door opening and 2x4 frame for door. Ensure to install center cross brace in door construction. All 2x4s mounted flat around edges of siding to make door. Standard door handle installation easy then.
June 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 51plymouth Good for the money.
I bought six sheets of this product to re-side the south side of a 35 year old garage that is sided with the same type of product. For new construction I would use something better but for this type of repair this works well. I put 1"x4" batts on the seams because I had to renail the old siding about 10 years ago and I used batts then. Just be careful with the corners, nail it well, and use a good paint and it should last a long time.
August 1, 2012