Ashton Heights from Variform recreates the look of real wood siding with its shallow embossed wood grain texture. The double staggered nail hem of Ashton Heights ensures a snug installation and provides you peace of mind that your home is protected from the elements for years to come.
Double 4" traditional lap siding is patterned after v-groove lap siding. This siding commonly has a 4" panel exposure, at least a ½" projection that creates a realistic and dramatic shadow line, and is often used for a more historic look and decorative accents.
Dutch Lap has flat panels that overlap each other with a shiplap joint, with a decorative groove between the laps. This groove improves strength, creates a narrow reveal line that adds visual interest and creates deeper shadow lines. Double 4.5" Dutch Lap has a 4.5" panel exposure.
Double 5" traditional lap siding offers 25% more siding panel exposure on the wall than 4" siding, and a narrower reveal than 6" traditional lap siding, and can give a larger home a more modern look.