Crane siding is a line of vinyl siding produced by the company Crane, usually referred to as “Craneboard” siding. Craneboard siding does not need painting and doesn't warp or peel. It comes with a lifetime workmanship wa... More »

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The most common types of house siding are stucco, stone, brick, wood, aluminum, vinyl and fiber cement. Older homes may have siding made from asbestos, hardwood composites or fiberglass, but builders no longer use these ... More »

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Clapboard siding is commonly used for siding on a building's exterior walls. It is made from wood planks cut to a certain length and width. Clapboard is a traditional siding material that was used in colonial America bec... More »

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To find a CraneBoard vinyl siding distributor, use the product finder on the website of Exterior Portfolio, the company that makes CraneBoard vinyl sidings. Search this site by using an interactive map and by specifying ... More »

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Popular colors of Sentry Board and Batten Premium Vinyl Siding from Mitten as of 2015 include Grenadier Green, Sandalwood, Bone, Sandcastle and Brownstone, notes the company. The company offers protection for each color ... More »

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Popular colors include those that can be matched throughout the company's range of products, including all fittings. These colors are Antique Ivory, Almond, Wicker and Canyon Clay. Many customers also choose the wood-eff... More »

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To repair damaged siding, remove the old siding with a hammer and a siding repair tool. Cut the new siding to the appropriate size, nail it into place, and connect the interlocking pieces at the bottom of the siding. Rep... More »

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