Some options in log cabin vinyl siding are Abtco's texture-molded vinyl, Alside's milled lumber look-alike, Rustic Ridge's realistic grain texture or Kaycan's low gloss, interlocking log panels. Other options include color, thickness of the underlayment and durability of the vinyl.
Adirondack by Abtco has the appearance of real log siding because of the manufacturers’ texture-molding process. This vinyl log siding comes in four colors to look like authentic wood siding.
Prodigy from Alside is vinyl siding that feels and looks like milled lumber, has the rigidity of wood and is resistant to heat flow. This siding also has an insulating foam underlayment that is 1.5 inches thick.
Rustic Ridge vinyl siding has a realistic, log-like appearance because it is embossed during the manufacturing process with a authentic-looking grain texture. This siding has a natural, durable color.
Montebello log siding by Kaycan has a natural appearance with a low gloss, wood grain appearance. Its panel system locks the vinyl panels together for greater stability and rigidity. It is resistant to dents, cracks, mold, mildew and rot. Its patented foam additive makes it impervious to insects and termites, and its ultraviolet technology provides greater weatherability and color retention.
Bevel Profile by Continental Siding Supply offers log cabin vinyl siding in 4 inches or 7 inches. This vinyl siding is available in two natural colors.