As we all know, first impressions count. The same stands true for your home, which is judged based on its exterior. That’s why, when it comes to siding for your home’s exterior, there are plenty of choices to make.

-What color will you choose?

-What profile will showcase well?

-Will you use Vertical or Horizontal Siding? Or even a mix?

And the list goes on…

Let’s take a moment to look at the vertical / horizontal options.  Which Type of Siding is Right for You?

When choosing between vertical siding and horizontal siding, look through different websites for examples of each type of siding. Even take a drive around your neighborhood and look at other homes to learn what might work best with your personal preferences and style of home.

Vertical Siding

Board and Batten or ‘Vertical’ siding adds distinction to any home, and it is still one of the most popular home siding styles used today. The time-honored siding is a favorite among plenty of builders and architects as a thoroughly modern material. KP’s Board & Batten vertical vinyl siding is available in two finishes, smooth and woodgrain; you can choose the look that will perfectly offset your home’s individual style.  Ranging from neutrals to darks, our color palette has something for everyone.  You can feel confident indulging in the dark, bold colors with our SpectraShield™ technology, it will protect your home from the effects of heat distortion.

Maxim Board and Batten

Horizontal Siding

Installing your siding horizontally will bring a timeless look for your home.  Traditional – yes…but with KP’s variety of colors and profiles, your home will be anything but ordinary.  Just like our Board & Batten, you can stand out from the crowd with a rich, vibrant shade of vinyl siding. Discover our dark colors here.


Mix It Up!

Why not take both options and give your home a unique look?  Go ahead and get creative combining the two vinyl siding options!  Try our Home Designer 2.0 to see how it will look on your home. Home Designer 2.0

Vinyl Siding

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