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Forest Brown Plank Board Single 7 Siding
Price Range :  349.99
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Insulated Single 7, 12'-3" Length, Stained Forest Brown, 1 sq/ctn
Part Number:23S795
View Image USD  349.99

Insulated Single 7, 12'-3" Length, Stained Forest Brown, Each
Part Number:23S795-1
View Image USD  24.99

1/2" J-Channel with 1" Face, 12'-6" Length, Stained Forest Brown, Each
Part Number:39AC35595-1
View Image USD  9.99

Inside Corner Post with 3/4" Receiver, 10' length, Stained Forest Brown, 10 pc/ctn
Part Number:39AC32595
View Image USD  119.99

Inside Corner Post with 3/4" Receiver, 10' length, Stained Forest Brown, Each
Part Number:39AC32595-1
View Image USD  11.99

3/4" face Finish Trim, 12'-6" Length, Stained Forest Brown, 40 pc/ctn
Part Number:39AC32295
View Image USD  269.99

3/4" face Finish Trim, 12'-6" Length, Stained Forest Brown, Each
Part Number:39AC32295-1
View Image USD  6.99

3.5" Window Lineal with 3/4" Receiver w/Foam, 12'-6" Length, Stained Forest Brown, 20 pc/ctn
Part Number:39WL3595
View Image USD  519.99

3.5" Window Lineal with 3/4" Receiver w/Foam, 12'-6" Length, Stained Forest Brown, Each
Part Number:39WL3595-1
View Image USD  25.99

Starter Strip For Single 7 Panel, Each
Part Number:21ESS-1
View Image USD  6.99

4" Outside Corner with 1 1/8" Receiver w/FOAM, 12' Length, Forest Brown , Each
Part Number:39AD118F41295-1
N/A USD  48.99

4" Outside Corner with 3/4" Receiver w/Foam, 12' Length, Forest Brown , 6 pc/ctn
Part Number:39ADF41295
N/A USD  274.99

1/2" J-Channel with 1" Face, 12'-6" Length, Forest Brown, 40 psc/ctn, 12'-6" lengths
Part Number:39AC35595
N/A USD  399.99

3/4 " J Channel w/ 1" Face, Forest Brown, 40 pcs/ctn
Part Number:39AC56695
N/A USD  399.99

3/4" J Channel w/ 1" Face, Forest Brown, 12'-6" length, Each
Part Number:39AC56695-1
N/A USD  9.99

1 1/8" J-Channel with 1" Face, 12'-6" Length, Stained Forest Brown, Each
Part Number:39AC36695-1
N/A USD  17.99

Timbermill® Simulated Cedar Plank Board Single 7 Siding offers everything you love about natural cedar…

Except the sanding, staining, splintering, warping, weathering and worry. It’s the high performance, low-maintenance, affordable alternative to wood. Perfect when used as a primary siding, or as an accent to stone, brick or other cladding. Timbermill® is available in four profiles, to replicate four popular cedar siding patterns and two stunning, no-fade colors. Recreate your favorite natural cedar look and never have to undertake the maintenance that actual wood siding demands.

Perfect when used as a primary siding, or as an accent to stone, brick or other cladding. Timbermill® Plank Board Single 7 Siding has all the accessories available to complete your project such as J-Channel, Corners, Window Lineal and Finish Trim.

  • Knots and grain patterns give a realistic wood appearance
  • Panels available in a variety of patterns to achieve an authentically random look
  • Blends well with traditional siding materials when used as an accent
  • Single 7 features a foam core, adding increased impact resistance and sound deadening
  • Sold here in Forest Brown

Timbermill® Siding is a specialty vinyl siding manufactured using CP Class Siding which is a Polymer that combines temperature resistance above 190 degrees Fahrenheit along with a UV fading protection system.

 

Information on our Siding & Accessories:

1 Square = 100 square foot of coverage or 10 foot by 10 foot area

Inside Corner post with 1-3/8” Face with ¾” Receiver come in 10’-0 Lengths

4” Outside Corner Post are 4” Face with ¾” Receiver w pre- Installed Foam Insert come in 12’-0” Lengths

4” Outside Corner Post are 4” Face with 1- 1/8” Receiver w pre- Installed Foam Insert come in 12’-0” Lengths

1” Face ¾” J-Channel comes in 12’-6” Lengths

1” Face1-1/8” J-Channel comes in 12’-6” Lengths

1” Face 1/2” J-Channel comes in 12’-6” Lengths

¾” Face Finish Trim comes in 12’-6” Lengths

Window/Door Trim with 3-1/2” Face with 1-1/8” Receiver with foam Insert comes in 12’-6” lengths

Window/Door Trim with 3-1/2” Face with 3/4” Receiver with foam Insert comes in 12’-6” lengths

Starter Strip part number 21ESS comes in 12’-5” lengths

All other starter strip comes in 10’ lengths

 

 Proper installation is critical.

These instructions describe and illustrate the steps involved in installing Timbermill Siding, trim, and accessories. Their purpose is to provide detailed information and how-to tips that will simplify your installation process. Timbermill shall not accept any liability or responsibility under its written warranty for failure caused by application that does not meet the requirements for proper installation.

Product specific installation guidelines are provided below where applicable for specialty products.

http://www.vinylsiding.org/INSTALLATION/ 

Follow these instructions as a supplement to the Vinyl Siding Institutes Instruction Manual.
This is to be used specifically for the Timbermill Log Profile and the Plank Board Single 7 Profiles.

Click here for download supplemental installation instructions.

 

Cleaning

How do I wash vinyl siding? 
Wash vinyl siding with a soft cloth or ordinary long-handled, soft bristle brush. For textured surfaces, use only a soft bristle brush to keep the grooves in the texture stain-free. For best results, start at the bottom of the house and work up and rinse the cleaning solution completely before it dries. If your house has brick facing, cover the brick so that it is not affected by the runoff.

Can I use a power washer? 
Yes, though you should read the washer instructions carefully before use. When cleaning, hold the power washer straight at eye level to keep the water on top of the siding where it can clean most effectively. Do not aim the power washer upward as water may be driven behind the siding.

You should also follow the siding manufacturer’s recommendations.  Some manufacturers don't want pressure washers used on their products at all.  Others allow them, but have limitations on the amount of pressure and the cleaners that can be used.  Most will caution against the use of pressure washers around any opening in the wall, such as windows, doors, electrical wiring, and plumbing.

How do I remove mold and mildew? 
Small spots of mold and mildew can be handled with cleaners such as Fantastik® or Windex®. For larger sections, a solution of vinegar (30%) and water (70%) has proven successful. Alternatively, you also could try the following solution: 1/3 cup (2 2/3 ounces) powdered laundry detergent (e.g., Tide®, Fab®, or equivalent), 2/3 cup (5 1/3 ounces) powdered household cleaner (e.g., Spic & Span®, Soilax®, or equivalent), 1 quart (32 fluid ounces) liquid laundry bleach, and 1 gallon (128 fluid ounces) of water.

What types of cleaners should I use for other stains? 
A list of commonly accepted cleaners is provided in the box below. Be sure to spot check any general or stain specific cleaner before using it on a large section of siding. After removing the stain, rinse thoroughly with water. Do not use cleaners containing organic solvents, undiluted chlorine bleach, liquid grease remover, nail polish remover, or furniture polish or cleaners. They can affect the surface of the siding. 

 

This is tough stuff, but better than real wood because all I will need to do to maintain it is spray it off from time to time. I would not go back to real wood ever again! 5 / 55 / 55 / 55 / 55 / 5
Commented By : Quintin Johansson Date: 09/14/2012
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