Hello David. It's possible, but we don't recommend it. Please do at your own risk. Just keep in mind that you will want to use the US44 End Fascia on the bottom surface of such an installation as a type of track (see http://www.newtechwood.com/siding.html#fascia). Additionally, you would want to use horizontal furring strips / joists. For breathability, you would also need breaks in the furring strips, of about 2’’ in length, every 16’’. These breaks can be in the form of perforation in the furring strips.Please if you have any further questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 281-570-6450.
Hi, Rich. Yes, our siding can be installed both vertically and horizontally. The vertical installation directions are detailed in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8vZvC1Sm3I. Please reach out to inquiry@newtechwood,com for further clarification, or if you have any other questions.
Hello nmgyrl. Yes, that's correct. If you have any other questions please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
Hello Abdel. Our clips are sold separately from the boards. You can purchase directly on Home Depot online.... https://www.homedepot.com/p/NewTechWood-All-Weather-System-Siding-Clips-1-in-x-1-5-in-50-sq-ft-Box-90-Clips-AW08-90/207136700. Please if you have further questioning, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our siding boards are generally designed to be used as wall cladding for exterior surfaces, although it is occasionally used indoors as well as for ceilings / soffits. If you have existing porch but want to cover it in our composite material in an Ipe color, it would be recommended to use our deck tiles, listed here: https://www.homedepot.com/p/NewTechWood-UltraShield-Naturale-1-ft-x-1-ft-Quick-Deck-Outdoor-Composite-Deck-Tile-in-Brazilian-Ipe-10-sq-ft-per-box-US-QD-ZX-IP/206414799. Please reach out to email@example.com with any additional questions.
Hi, Phil. Each 16-foot board weighs 21.12 lbs so it would be 1.32 lbs / linear foot. Each 14 board bundle would therefore be 295.68 lbs. The ratio of linear feet to square feet is 2.4 linear feet per square foot, so each square foot is 3.16800 lbs.
Hi Ken, please fill out the customer inquiry form on our website at http://www.newtechwood.com/us/contact.html with your name, address, phone number, email, and product(s) and color(s) for which you would like a sample.