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Long-lasting quality with an impressively realistic look. Composite siding combines high quality with low upkeep—for decades to come.
Imagine your home thirty or more years from now. Whether you choose Lap or Board & Batten siding, by choosing composite siding you’ll have an exterior siding that looks the same as the day it’s installed. With tough durability and classically stylish appeal, Everlast’s composite siding is a top choice for both performance and looks.
Everlast siding combines tough, long-lasting performance and classic style. Technological innovations such as those listed below bring your home up to modern standards of excellence in exterior siding.
Choose from our impressive array of classic, rich colors for your siding.
We offer composite siding in two styles with coordinating trim options:
Offered in standard and narrow options, lap siding brings traditional clapboard style to your home in classic colors.
Board & Batten
Rustic yet modern in style, board & batten siding works well on its own for a modern farmhouse exterior or in combination with lap siding for added visual interest.
In addition to being physically durable, composite siding is incredibly energy efficient. It insulates your home, wrapping it in a thick shield of protective insulation that keeps in heat when it’s cold and reduces energy loss from heat year-round. With this, you’ll be able to enjoy monthly savings on your utility bills. Plus, once you’re ready to replace your siding far in the future, composite siding is fully recyclable.
Composite siding is built to last about 30 years, but may last even longer with proper care and maintenance. It’s also covered by a comprehensive limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty, including fade protection, which transfers to new owners should you sell your home.
Composite siding is notably tough. It holds up when traditional wood siding simply can’t, such as in persistently wet or otherwise harsh environments. It’s nearly impervious to water with an extremely low water absorption rate, is insect-resistant and never bows, warps or splits. How is this possible? It comes down to how composite siding is engineered.
Since composite siding is highly resistant to fading or discoloration, you won’t need to do paint touchups or caulking. Rather, a simple rinse with soap and water will do the trick should your siding get dirty. As long as you wash your siding at least once or twice a year, it should hold up well over the years.