Helpful Paneling Articles and Information

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Wood Paneling for Interior Decoration

Wood paneling is the easiest way to change the overall appearance of a room. Wood paneling is an integral part of interior design as well as a traditional method of beautifying the walls and floors. Started during the 1970's and 80's, wood paneling is the alternate to the usual painted or textured wallpaper and drywall. Usually available in a 4x8 foot sheet, wood paneling solves many purposes from hiding depleted walls to concealing wiring to decorating the interior of any room.

Wood Paneling - Wall, Beadboard, Brick, Bamboo, Stone, Vinyl

Wall Wood Paneling:  Wallwood paneling can be done with different kinds of styles and can be finished in a variety of ways such that it encompasses all the warmth and charm that can go far beyond a rustic look.

Beadboard Paneling: Beadboard paneling is one of the most popular decorative paneling materials on the market today, and is most often installed as a decorative wainscoting to add texture and contrast to a living area.

Brick Paneling: Brick paneling possesses all the durability and unparalleled elegance of full-face brick, yet its use maximizes time, space and weight. Panel Brick offers versatility that's hard to achieve with any other brick or brick siding.

Bamboo Paneling: Bamboo Paneling is a simple and affordable solution to covering walls, ceilings, bars, and wainscoting. Bamboo panels add a rustic sense of nature to any decor or theme and come in variety of colors and pattern to fit your needs.

Stone Paneling: Stone paneling is well suited for indoor as well as outdoor use. Stone panels are also perfect for the creation of water features and available in a selection of textures and four primary colors: ochre, charcoal, white quartz; and ivory.

Vinyl Paneling: Vinyl Paneling is a resilient product perfect for the paneling industry produced from a plastic-based substance. While standard wooden panels tend to rot with age and require continues staining and or painting, vinyl paneling is essentially care free.

SIDINGS – ASBESTOS, STEEL, METAL

Siding is the outer covering of a house which is meant to protect the house from the effects of weather. Siding also enhances the aesthetic beauty of a house and directly impacts its property value.

Asbestos Sidings: Asbestos siding gained popularity in the 70's and was used extensively in homes and buildings. Because asbestos in a mineral and fibrous, adding asbestos to siding materials also increases strength and durability, while providing some insulation and fireproofing to the structure.

Steel Sidings: Steel siding remains very durable, dent-resistant and weather resistant. Mostly steel siding is preferred in those areas which are prone to severe storms. Overall, steel siding is one of the best siding options.

Metal Sidings: Metal siding is mostly associated with modern, industrial and retro buildings. There are a variety of style and color options in metal siding. Mostly galvanized steel and aluminum are used in metal sidings which are very durable, strong and stylish.