Siding options samples
Board & Batten
Siding of wood boards with battens over the joining seams.
Brick wall exterior installed as a cover on the CMU block.
Brick veneer siding installed by attaching to the CMU wall.
Cedar shakes installed in rustic overlapping rows over a moisture barrier.
Standard CMU block walls manufactured with colored dyes and mortar.
Dyed CMU blocks installed in a specified pattern or style.
Siding made of concrete designed to have the look of wood shakes.
Corrugated metal sheets installed to the CMU block or a substrate.
A flat rock style of cultured stone installed as sheets with fasteners.
A round style of cultured stone with many options for installation.
Tongue and Groove
T&G wood siding installed and finished with water resistant sealant.
Engineered concrete “stone” installed individually with mortar.
Fiberglass Lap Siding
Horizontal fiberglass siding that overlaps on the CMU wall.
Concrete Lap Siding
Concrete siding materials that can be installed as lap siding or in another method.
Cedar Lap Siding
Natural cedar siding installed in a horizontal overlapping pattern.
Natural limestone installed in a stone by stone pattern with mortar.
This real wood siding is milled with a log appearance and installed as lap siding.
Sheet metal siding comes in many patterns like this classic rib pattern.
Natural stone includes many options like river rock, lava rock, shale, or slate.
Standard CMU block painted or sealed with any color of paint or epoxy.
Split-Face CMU block painted or sealed with any color of paint or epoxy.
A coastal variety of lap siding with characteristic uneven edges.
Standard CMU block that is left untreated and can be available in limited colors.
Split-Face CMU block that is left untreated and can be available in limited colors.
Burnished CMU is ground down to expose the aggregate while retaining a smooth surface.
Moisture resistant wood installed as lap, T&G, or board & batten siding.
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