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Naturally Beautiful Thermally Modified Wood Siding Options √
Mataverde Thermally Modified Ash Siding
Thermally modified wood siding is naturally beautiful. It performs better, is highly stable and more durable than standard non-modified exterior woods. If you prefer the look of a hardwood, thermally modified American Ash is a great option. American Ash is a native North American wood species that darkens up to medium brown color tones when it is thermally modified.
Thermally modified Ash wood rainscreen siding
Mataverde Thermally Modified Hemlock Siding
If you like the natural look of softwood siding, like western red cedar, thermally Modified Hemlock is a great siding option to consider. Thermally modified Hemlock wood siding has a similar color consistency as old growth red cedar (which is rarely available nowadays).
Mataverde Thermally Modified Hemlock wood siding is mostly vertical grained, and of the finest quality available; "Aye" grade and C+ Better grade.
Thermally modified hemlock wood siding, installed vertically and horizontally
Both thermally modified Ash and thermally modified Hemlock are available in wood rainscreen siding profiles. A rainscreen system is an excellent way to improve the health benefits of your home. Or if you prefer, standard tongue and groove wood siding profiles are available, too.
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Oil based finishes (stains and sealers) are recommended for, and work well with, thermally modified exterior wood siding. Or you may prefer to let your thermally modified wood siding weather out to a silvery gray patina.
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