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The Many Benefits of LP Siding

Authentic Look of Real Wood Grain with the Durability to Withstand Warping and Cupping!


LP wood siding

A. The wood is treated with a Zinc Borate compound to help protect against fungal decay and termites.

B. Each strand of wood is coated with special binders, adding layer upon layer of strength and moisture resistance.

C. Proprietary edge coating protects the piece from the harsh elements of Mother Nature.

D. Deeply embossed cedar grain pattern for the authentic look.

E. Resin-saturated, paint-based overlay for moisture resistance and easier painting.

F. Wood strands are laid geometrically to maximize dimensional stability.

LP® Siding & Trim
Untreated Plywood
Resists Rotting, Splitting, Delamination

Free of Knots and Patches


Withstands hail

Resists Fungal Decay and Termites 

Will not Rust

Superior Impact Resistance

Primed, Ready to paint

Deep Cedar Grain Texture

A Brief History of LP® Siding and Wood Products

Louisiana Pacific (LP) uses a manufacturing process that helps prevent termite damage, rot and decay in wood. LP® siding is made from wood particles and wood fibers. The wood is treated with a Zinc Borate compound to help protect against fungal decay and termites. Exterior resins are used to complete the process, creating more strength in extreme weather elements. LP® siding gives the authentic look of real wood grain that’s factory primed, with the durability to withstand cupping and warping; unlike traditional wood products. When looking for a long lasting storage solution, using LP® siding is the best choice.

LP® have manufactured beautiful and strong wood sheathing for 35 years. As the world’s largest engineered wood sheathing manufacturer, we have brought their fine building materials to our line of storage sheds. Our pride in our storage buildings starts with LP® Siding.

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*LP is a registered trademark of Louisiana Pacific Corp