What are my options when it comes to Log Siding?
Why is one kind of siding better?
What is the cost of log siding material not including installation? Is it more expensive than traditional siding (wood or steel lap siding)?
Log siding can be more expensive than your traditional siding, but you won’t be getting the look of a log cabin with traditional siding. You want your structure to look like a log home, don’t you?
Is there maintenance with log siding?
Wood log siding will have constant maintenance requiring you to stain or paint and seal it every 2-3 years which costs thousands of dollars each time.
Concrete log siding won’t have as much maintenance as wood log siding but you will have to seal it every 1-2 years. If your concrete log siding goes untreated, cracks can form, letting water get inside and once winter rolls around it freezes and can bust the concrete right off the wall.
Vinyl log siding doesn’t have much maintenance at all. It is similar to steel log siding in that there is no painting or sealing of the product needed. HOwevery, vinyl siding can fade and chalk very quickly and cannot be repainted. Vinyl can also be warped or cracked due to harsh weather conditions in which you will have to replace those damaged panels.
How do I know how much siding I will need?
What is TruLog siding?
Where can I buy TruLog siding?
What colors are available?
We also have four premium HD Woodgrain colors, Western Cedar, Ponderosa Pine, Dark Walnut and Weathered Gray, that you can see here.
If you would like a sample of the colors, you can fill out a request form and just let us know what color you would like to see.