LP SmartSide Siding Made for Wisconsin Weather
Ultimate Siding Craftsmanship and Durability
LP SmartSide is incredibly durable, environmentally friendly, and aesthetically pleasing siding perfect for your Wisconsin home. LP products look just like natural wood siding without any of the associated disadvantages or weaknesses.
SmartSide engineered wood siding is a favorite for Wisconsin homes due to its numerous benefits over other types of siding:
- Easier to install than fiber cement siding
- Cut straight for easier installation
- Lengths up to 16’ to reduce visible seams
- Silica-free and environmentally friendly
With an unparalleled manufacturer’s warranty, your siding lasts longer and with greater reliability. Infinity Exteriors is Wisconsin’s #1 LP SmartSide dealer, and we are the Milwaukee siding contractors for your home’s SmartSide installation.
Powerful Protection from Weather, Impact, Termites, and Fungus
When compared to traditional vinyl and fiber cement, LP SmartSide is better at resisting damage from exterior impact. Advanced binders and resin-saturation enhance the strength of the siding even more. Only SmartSide came away completely intact when tested with high velocity impact from:
- Golf balls
Milwaukee’s top siding contractors trust SmartSide panels to last longer than the competition even through Wisconsin freeze-thaw cycles. All LP trim and siding are capable of resisting rot, decay, and termites. With advanced siding, you no longer have to worry about extreme weather or accidents ruining the exterior of your home.
SmartSide is engineered with SmartGuard, which includes special waxes and resin to further protect your home and siding. Water-resistant wax reduces snow or rain decay while zinc borate stops termites and fungus from taking hold.
LP SmartSide Siding Warranty for Smart Homes
Improve your home today with SmartSide siding from Infinity Exteriors, LLC. LP SmartSide includes one of the best warranties in the industry, the 5/50-year warranty. This includes 5 years of labor and materials with an additional 50 years of coverage for complete siding protection. You can rest easy knowing your home has smart protection installed by the best siding contractors in Milwaukee.
LP SmartSide Siding and Trim Colors
SmartSide siding and trim is available in many color options, from soft, earthy shades to bold statements, including:
Since LP is always coming out with new colors for SmartSide siding, contact us to find out what’s currently available.
Trim and Siding Product Styles
LP SmartSide Trim & Fascia
Accent your siding with engineered wood trim and fascia. Choose the same color for a consistent look or a complementary one to make it pop.
LP SmartSide Cedar Shakes
Like the look of cedar shakes but not the maintenance? LP SmartSide Cedar Shake Siding offers a natural look with manageable upkeep.
LP SmartSide Lap
Sixteen-foot lengths of lap offer a smooth look with fewer seams as a great alternative to other types of siding, such as natural wood and fiber cement.
LP SmartSide Soffit
Choose SmartSide soffits over traditional MDO or plywood. Just like with trim and fascia, you can get soffits in a matching or complementary color.
LP SmartSide Panel
LP panels with a shiplap edge are a perfect alternative to wood, with the strength of engineered wood siding and SmartGuard protection against fungus and termites.
LP SmartSide Engineered Wood Siding Price
Every house is different, and so is every siding installation job. Get a free quote on the cost of your SmartSide siding installation. This engineered wood siding is well-worth the price, with its easy maintenance, durability, and incredible warranty.
Tips for LP SmartSide Maintenance
Even the best siding will probably get a little dirty or develop some surface mold or mildew after a while. To keep your SmartSide siding looking its best, try these cleaning tips:
- Wash with mild detergent and water using a cloth, sponge, or soft brush
- Rinse using a garden hose
- Touch up chips and imperfections with matching paint using a cotton swab
- Remove surface mold or mildew with three parts water and one part white vinegar
- Pressure washers
- Harsh abrasives or solvents
- Ongoing contact with water, such as from lawn sprinklers and poor drainage