WHAT ARE YOUR ENGINEERED WOOD STYLE OPTIONS?
What Are the Engineered Wood Color Options?
Beige but not boring, Harvest Honey will give you a sweet homecoming every time.
A regal green that exudes warmth and comfort, Garden Sage looks equally at home on a coastal bluff or cul-de-sac.
A shade that’s darker without being overly dramatic, Midnight Shadow can complement most any home style.
Crisp, clean, classic — Snowscape White offers a refreshing update. Pair it with Abyss Black trim and fascia for the on-trend modern farmhouse look.
Bring a bit of rural charm to the neighborhood with this rustic hue. Go full barn-style with Redwood Red in panel and vertical siding.
IS ENGINEERED WOOD SUSTAINABLE?
LP manages forests of trembling aspen, a fast-regenerating hardwood, to make LP SmartSide products. LP has earned third-party forest certification for its efforts to protect water quality and wildlife habitat.
Logs are cut into strands, dried, screened, blended with advanced binders, and topped with a resin-saturated overlay. The process helps the material endure extreme heat, wind, hail, and freeze/thaw cycles.
LP SmartSide Trim & Siding offsets more carbon than is released during its lifecycle. Compared with fiber cement siding, LP SmartSide products store 10 times more carbon over their lifetime.
HERE’S WHAT THAT MEANS:
3,527 MILES’ WORTH OF
CO2 EMISSIONS FROM
That’s how much carbon is offset
by a home with LP Smart Side Trim
160 GALLONS OF GAS FOR
A PASSENGER CAR
That’s how much CO2 one home*
with LP SmartSide Trim & Siding
*Calculations are based on a 2,000-sq.-ft. home
IS ENGINEERED WOOD SIDING DURABLE?
ENGINEERED WOOD VS. FIBER CEMENT
ENGINEERED WOOD VS. VINLY SIDING
Vinyl is affordable and low maintenance but when it comes to impact resistance, LP SmartSide Trim & Siding tends to have the edge. This material has withstood 78-mph fastballs.
ENGINEERED WOOD VS. ALUMINUM
Aluminum siding is easy to maintain but can be prone to dents. LP SmartSide Trim & Siding, on the other hand, has endured high-speed projectiles with little to no damage, as proven in a NASA field study.