New Matte Woodgrain Metal Siding Colors Now Available
Steelscape is proud to launch two new matte woodgrain finishes ideal for metal siding.
Steelscape’s two latest metal finishes, Matte Barnwood and Matte Red Cedar, offer an authentic wood siding alternative without compromise. These finishes expand the appeal of metal siding through a new detailed pattern, low-gloss finish, and authentic color.
The two different finishes offer broad color versatility for metal wood siding. Matte Barnwood offers the distinctiveness of reclaimed wood products, and Matte Red Cedar provides the warmth and charm of stained wood. Both designs evoke the natural essence of real wood. The low-gloss paint technology eliminates the unwanted shine of metal while still providing rich color.
Now home and building owners can enjoy the visual character of authentic woodgrain siding but with the low-maintenance and durability offered by metal siding.
Metal siding offers a high-performance solution ideal for many environments and applications. The combination of its durability and resistance to the elements enables homeowners to enjoy peace of mind for decades to come. This high-performance stems from several advantages of metal siding, including:
Metal Siding looks stunning for years!
- Resistance to extremes– Metal siding won’t bow or warp from extreme weather cycles such as snow or ice thawing.
- Consistent aesthetic– Metal won’t discolor in a variable or rapid manner like some wood products, enabling it to be visually stunning for many years.
- Fire resistant– Metal is non-combustible and can be used with other building elements, such as insulation, to enhance fire resistance.
- Low maintenance– Traditional wood grain siding requires continual treatment or staining. All metal needs is periodic rinsing to keep it looking its best.
- Resists degradation – Unlike wood products that attract termites or trap moisture, leading to permanent damage, metal resists these common issues.
- Performance more than skin deep – Painted metal products include a protective barrier called the metallic coating that provides long-lasting corrosion resistance. Unlike some wood products that can hide internal decay, you don’t need to be concerned about potential damage beneath the metal surface.
- Energy Efficient – Painted metal finishes include reflective pigment technology. The metal finish reflects the heat, lowering homeowner cooling costs in summer.
Matte Barnwood and Matte Red Cedar are ideal metal siding colors for a range of siding applications, including:
Commercial application of Matte Barnwood Woodgrain
- Board and batten siding – A classic vertical application of wood siding. The crisp lines and shadows of the battens add a refined texture to home siding. These products have experienced a resurgence in popularity influenced by the broad appeal of the modern farmhouse style. Explore the board and batten case study below.
- Lap Metal Siding – Another classic wood siding style but in a horizontal orientation. The lapped wood effect creates consistent, clean shadow lines across the structure. Lap siding is used today as a total siding solution and as accents in modern homes.
- Metal Log Siding – True log siding offers a distinctive look but often at an expensive price point. Metal log siding incorporates a high-performance solution at an affordable price point. This siding enhances the aesthetic appeal of mountain and cabin-style homes and structures.
- Architectural panels – Metal architectural and commercial panels come in smooth and ribbed profiles, such as flush panels, trapezoid rib, and box rib panels. Commercial panels typically offer distinctive shadows and panel features and can create stunning siding accents.
- Standing Seam Siding – Traditionally used for roofing, standing seam metal siding offers a modern siding solution with a clean look. Ideal for wall accents and use in mixed material design.
- And many more – There are endless applications for Steelscape’s Matte Woodgrain finishes. Inquire with Steelscape to find product partners in your area.
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