When it comes to siding, we’ve got you covered – literally. At Big D, we know that your home is valuable to you. Protect it with brands like:
James Hardie Fiber Cement Sidings
Traditional and timeless. Sleek and strong. HardiePlank® lap siding is not just our best-selling product—it’s the most popular brand of siding in America, protecting and beautifying more homes from coast to coast. All styles are Engineered for Climate® and come primed, or with baked-on ColorPlus® Technology.
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Kaycan Vinyl Sidings
All Kaycan vinyl products are made with their exclusive Duratron™ Vinyl Formula, including state-of-the-art processes and the highest quality and raw materials. Kaycan aluminum products are coated with an advanced Polycoat 9000™ topcoat, using a proprietary two-step system for an extremely durable, low maintenance and fade-resistant paint finish. Unparalleled quality ensures superior performance in all types of environments…from 25 degrees below zero in Northern Canada and Siberia to over 110 degrees in Southern Texas, Florida and Australia.
Kaycan has always been extremely committed to research and development. Being a market leader means always searching for new ways to provide better value to our customers. While the look and style of Kaycan products are inspired by timeless quality craftmanship, it is modern engineering and technology that enhance overall performance, durability and ease of maintenance.
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Ecoshel Smart-Shingle System
The Ecoshel Smart-Shingle System is a new and better way to install cedar shingles for both roofing and siding applications.
Ecoshel installs faster, performs better, lasts longer, and costs less installed than conventional shingles. As siding, Ecoshel protects the underlying structure from decay better than any other conventional siding.
Ecoshel is the first and only cedar shingle panel that uses true, full size, western red cedar shingles, and can be used for roofing as well as siding. The shingles are connected to each other, not to a backer-board. Just matching guide numbers, when starting a new course, provides a perfect installation automatically, with all joints between shingles offset at least 1.5” from the joints in the next two courses, as required by code. The system optimizes the position of joints to eliminate leaks even in extreme weather.
When properly installed, true shingles are exceptionally weatherproof because the overlapping layers provide multiple barriers to precipitation, with each layer redirecting water back to the surface.
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