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New: TruExterior Siding in Reversible Shiplap-Nickel Gap Profiles

Boral Building Products has added a reversible Shiplap-Nickel Gap siding profile to its TruExterior Siding & Trim poly-ash line. The new profile comes in two formats: one features smooth Nickel Gap on one side and wood-grain Shiplap on the other; the second has wood-grain Nickel Gap on one side and smooth Shiplap on the other. A rabbeted edge ensures panels fit together perfectly to create the authentic spacing—the tight joint appearance of Shiplap on one side and the nickel-sized space of Nickel Gap on the other.

Previously,
contractors could select TruExterior profiles in non-reversible smooth or
wood-grain Shiplap and in smooth Nickel Gap. The addition of textured Nickel
Gap answers growing customer demand for wood-grain options. What’s more, the
reversible format combines with four different widths and two standard lengths to
offer 16 profile combinations. This means dealers can stock fewer SKUs while
builders can design more varied streetscapes with a single panel.

“Our new
reversible Shiplap-Nickel Gap profile makes it easy for builders and remodelers
to create beautiful, on-trend exteriors that are both eye-catching and high
performing for a look that truly stands the test of time,” says Ben Drury,
Brand Manager for Boral Building Products.

Like all
TruExterior Siding, the new profile is made with Boral’s proprietary blend of
polymers and fly ash, which provides for a high level of dimensional stability
for reduced expansion and contraction, and durability for resistance to
warping, cracking, and splitting. As a result, the siding requires no sealing
of ends or cuts in the field, it can be used in ground-contact applications,
and it can be painted any color, including dark hues.

Shiplap and
Nickel Gap are part of TruExterior’s Craftsman Collection, which comprises six
historically and architecturally accurate profiles that replicate the look and
feel of traditional wood siding. The panels cut and install with traditional
tools and offer workability similar to wood.

The reversible
Shiplap-Nickel Gap profile comes in 4-, 6-, 8-, and 10-inch widths.

For more information, visit www.truexterior.com.

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