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source for cedar fishscale siding

Posted by ihelpu (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 28, 09 at 23:15

hello about to do a project on an old victorian home and was looking for a good source for cedar fishscale siding
that would be painted.thanks also has any one used the breathable tar paper material for better install of cedar
siding.any help would be appreciated


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RE: source for cedar fishscale siding

I would recommend obtaining shingles that are dipped in stain. This takes care of warping and future painting problems. If you stain after install, you are only getting 1/4 of the shingle covered (at best, 1/6 at worst).
Casey

Here is a link that might be useful: Here's a site


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RE: source for cedar fishscale siding

The best supplier of white cedar shingles dipped in stain at the factory is Maibec. They make them in many shapes.

Here is a link that might be useful: white cedar shingles


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