LAP SIDING

The more popular cladding for homes, lap siding boasts a classic look. Installing your engineered wood lap siding horizontally will bring a timeless look for your home.

Enhance curb appeal: Tips on choosing a variety of finishes

What is that old adage, your home is your castle? Well this could not be more on point. Your home not only provides you with shelter, it is in fact a reflection of your personality. The exterior of your home establishes the style of your house. By choosing specific elements for your home’s facade, [...]

Get the look you crave with Engineered Wood Siding

Whatever style home you seek, the siding color and profile you select is an essential step in your remodel. Your siding choice will have a major impact on your home’s curb appeal as it will complement its architecture, design and character. Whether you are looking for a rustic wood siding or smooth siding, keep [...]

Siding Ideas for Better Curb Appeal in 2021

Are you looking at a brand-new build or perhaps remodelling your home this year? Few things can immediately increase your home’s curb appeal like new siding. Here we list some siding ideas for better curb appeal in 2021. Lap Siding vs. Vertical Siding Craving a traditional, timeless look for your home exterior? Lap siding [...]

Trending Engineered Wood Siding Colors for 2021

At KWP, we believe that color has the power to bring your dream home to life. That’s why we take the time to track design trends and their impact on architecture. This upcoming year, siding color trends are leaning towards cool, fresh undertones which will balance out the natural warmth of wood siding. Check out [...]

Vertical or Horizontal Siding: Which is better suited for your home?

When it comes to redesigning and siding for your home’s exterior, there are plenty of choices to make. What color will you choose? What profile will showcase well? Does your home suit horizontal siding or vertical siding? Perhaps both? The list can go on and on! If you are looking for tips on choosing [...]

5 ways installation costs might be hurting your bottom line

2019 saw a slight increase in new house prices, an average of 1.93% and 2020 was on track to see a similar trend. When demand for housing increases, this drives housing prices to go up as well. This is great news for the construction industry. However with increased demand comes more competition. Let’s take [...]

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