clapboard siding

clapboard siding

A wood siding commonly used as an exterior covering on a building of frame construction, applied horizontally and overlapped, with the grain running lengthwise, thicker along the lower edge than the upper. See also: Wood
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Summary: [170 Pages Report] Vinyl Siding Market research report categorizes the global market by Product Type (Clapboard Siding, Dutch Lap Siding, Beaded Siding, Cabin Board Siding, Board & Batten Vertical Siding, Vertical Siding, Shingle Siding, Shake Siding), By End use (New Residential Construction, New Non-Residential, Residential Repair and Rehabilitation, Non-Residential Repair and Rehabilitation), By Insulation Type (Insulated Siding, Non-Insulated Siding), & by Region (North America, Latin America, Europe, Japan, APEJ, MEA).
Built in 1933, the station had wood clapboard siding, an arched roof and residential windows adorned with shutters and flower boxes.
The overall design is similar to the previous Glen House featuring clapboard siding and a front porch that evokes a traditional New England look, much like the grand hotels of New Hampshire.
Built in 1915 and barged down to the small Anna Maria Island community from north Manatee County in the 1930s like many of its neighboring beach cottages, it was tiny-850 square feet-with white clapboard siding and jalousie windows that stretched across the front to welcome Gulf breezes.
Sometimes buyers are more concerned with categories such as "beams," "clapboard siding," or "posts."
Among the outstanding assembled artifacts is a remarkable section of weathered clapboard siding that formerly belonged to an exterior wall of a farmhouse north of Portage la Prairie.
It will be a lot of work, with new headers for all the windows, and the installation of red cedar clapboard siding. The renovation work will continue through next month, and when complete, the tavern will reopen to the public for historical events and programs.
Small-town New Hampshire has been the focus of many novels, but HA[c]bert doesn't work to hide the gritty layer that lies just below the white clapboard siding and charmingly taciturn old men.
Tennessee fieldstone, stucco and white clapboard siding echo the native and traditional materials used in many of Athens' oldest homes.
As Beard puts it, "The architectural language of this addition was meant to be an extension of the original design, referencing the Southern 'shed' vernacular in the exposed wood framing, tin, and clapboard siding.
Three-bedroom, 3.5-bath home with clapboard siding, brick chimney pots, flagstone porch and stone patio.