Boral Siding and Trim

Boral TruExterior® Siding and Trim

The first thing people notice when walking up to your house is often not what you would expect. Sure, some may notice the flowers you spent hours weeding around or the front door you just painted magenta, but in reality, the biggest statement your house makes is through its siding. Make the kind of statement your home deserves with Boral TruExterior siding and trim.

Known for being more than just a decoration, Boral TruExterior siding and trim is made with only the best materials, giving you a structure that lasts longer and looks better than other traditional models on the market. Made in the USA, this siding and trim stands the test of time and the elements, providing you with a low-maintenance, beautiful, easy to install product.

In fact, the new Bevel Collection of siding by Boral TruExterior is the first manmade siding profile to genuinely replicate the look and feel of wood, while providing optimal protection from moisture – a problem that plagues natural wood siding. With the character of traditional lap siding, siding in the Bevel Collection also offers the true taper and shadow line effect of cedar and redwood siding that many homeowners covet.

Available in 16′ lengths, Boral TruExterior Bevel Collection siding resists termite attacks along with its water protection capabilities all while being even more workable than standard wood siding. Plus, this siding has no need for prime end or field cuts and, along with the Boral TruExterior trim you pair it with, can be painted any color to match either your personal tastes or homeowner’s associations regulations.

Simple to install with woodworking tools and methods, Boral TruExterior siding and trim is the perfect way to give your home the curb appeal it deserves. Able to be used in conjunction with a wide range of fasteners and accessories, Boral TruExterior lets you show off your home’s personality in a beautiful way with state-of-the-art materials that stand the test of time.

To learn more, visit McCray Lumber and Millwork today.