Metal Cladding Siding

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In recent years cladding has turned from classic to contemporary using new materials with new applications. In keeping with progression, Knotwood’s siding system has been engineered to be versatile in its uses, without losing its timeless traditional appeal. It has superior resistance to weathering than wood and boasts minimal maintenance. Select one of our Woodgrain colors for a modern play on the traditional or choose from our deluxe color range for a more monochrome look. Sheet Metal Panels, Steel Siding, and Exterior Metal Wall Panels. Why should I use metal siding? Steel siding is an increasingly popular option for residential and commercial buildings due to the variety of ways it can be used, the ease of installation, and the longevity of the exterior metal wall panels.

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The variety of steel siding panel profiles available has helped drive this trend. Matched with metal's longevity and minimal maintenance, these exterior metal wall panels have become increasingly popular. When used as siding, metal panels can achieve modern, traditional, and industrial style designs.

Corrugated siding, originally used for its durability and strength, has evolved into a staple of both residential and commercial sheet metal siding designs. As metal siding panels can be created in a wide range of colors, the subtle waves of a corrugated wall panel can produce different shades and tones throughout the day. Combined with a relatively simple installation process, this aesthetic appeal has made corrugated steel siding panels very popular in modern, traditional and rustic sheet metal designs. Metal exterior wall panels offer the ability to vertically align each of the siding panels to create appealing sight lines. Using traditional panels like Ultra Batten, which creates a board & batten look, or a newer, more modern siding panel like Shiplap Wall, provides homes with a variety of appearances.

A popular steel siding option in commercial, residential and agricultural applications, vertically run metal siding provides clean lines and can help direct the eye towards key features of a build. Running the exterior siding panels vertically can help create the illusion of a bigger home or building because the siding panels draw the eye upwards.

Horizontally run siding panels are currently very popular in modern commercial designs, as well as remaining a traditional steel siding option in residential projects (lap siding, etc.).