What is scalloped siding called?

What is scalloped siding called?

half-round siding
Scalloped siding has a softly curved edge and is sometimes called half-round siding. This option is commonly seen on Victorian or Queen Anne Style homes but it’s also used as a decorative element on other styles of houses.

What are scallops on a house?

Shakes and scallops are vinyl accent panels that are expertly crafted to make them look like wood shingles. And because of their uneven patterns and rough-sawn edges, you’ll find it hard to tell the difference — even from up close!

What is scalloped shake siding?

Scalloped siding, or “fish scale siding” as it’s often known, makes a great accent piece on the front of the home. The rounded edges and overlapping design break up the usual linear style of architecture, giving the house a unique look.

Are scallops expensive?

Scallops are not the most expensive seafood on the market, but they are certainly priced quite high. If you are looking to eat healthier and you need more choices, scallops are a great choice to consider.

Who makes Carriage House shingles?

Carriage House® Shingles | Residential Roofing | CertainTeed.

Is vertical vinyl siding more expensive?

When considering the cost of installation, vertical siding is more expensive and time-consuming to install than horizontal siding because furring strips are placed underneath first to ensure that the siding is aligned properly and smoothly.

What is scallop siding?

The scallop siding gives your home a classic look and makes it unique. You may find scalloped siding on a historic home with scallop shingles covering the entire house.

Does scalloped siding need to be painted?

You may find scalloped siding on a historic home with scallop shingles covering the entire house. If you’re looking for a quaint charm, adding some scallop shingles to your home is a great idea. Our vinyl scalloped siding never needs to be painted and won’t rot or crack.

How do you insulate a house with scalloped siding?

The thermal support system is tightly placed behind the siding to give your home the best insulation possible. If you’re looking for accessories to match your scalloped siding, take a look at our soffit, fascia, gutters and shutters. All of these accessories are maintenance free and will not crack or warp.

What are scallop and Octagon cedar shingles?

An architecturally accurate replication of decorative Scallop, Octagon and Half-Cove cedar shingle designs, they are engineered from a durable polymer formula that combines the dimension and texture of genuine cedar shingles with long-lasting performance and maintenance-free upkeep.