There are currently 25 names in this directory
Any flat material fastened to the side of a house between the studs and siding to provide a surface to attach siding to.
Material used to seal joints at intersections of different materials. Used with different types of siding to join the siding to pre-existing materials.
The area where siding and soffit panels are attached to the trim or corner post. Also refers to the trim itself, which is named for the letters of the alphabet they resemble (J-channel, F-channel, etc).
When an underlayer of shingles or shakes is covered by a new application of siding.
The exterior board that runs along the edge of a roof. The fascia creates a finished look by covering up the ends of the roof rafters.
A layer of sheet metal used under siding on windows and doors to prevent water from penetrating the home.
A vent placed in the gable of a home that increases air flow to the attic, thereby reducing heat and moisture buildup.
The overlapping of two siding panels to allow for expansion or contraction of the siding material.
The portion of the roof that extends beyond the walls of a home. The soffit or eave is the underside of an overhang.
The amount that a panel of vinyl siding sticks out from the wall. You should choose the largest profile available for any siding in order to prevent weather damage to the wall of the house.
The process of running a sharp object, such as a utility knife, across a siding panel without cutting all the way through. The panel can then easily be broken off cleanly along the line of scoring.
The underside space between the end of the roof and the side of a home, often vented to provide circulation to the attic.
Toungue and Groove
A way of connecting materials, such as wood, in which the tongue of a board is placed into the groove of the board following it.
Plastic siding that comes in a variety of colors and styles and is virtually maintenance free.