Odd Size Siding

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Old 09-27-00, 10:15 PM
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I need to replace some wood siding that is a true 6" x 1/2" size (tapered), and very hard to find. (About 4 1/2" is exposed). Any tips where to look?
If I can find it, it will have to be painted to match--does it have to be sealed as well as primed before the paint goes on?
 
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Old 09-29-00, 10:53 AM
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Terry:

Unfortunately, a lot of the name chain building centers have the attitude "If we don't stock it, it doesn't exist."

I would suggest talking with a LOCAL building supply. The siding is not that uncommon - when I worked for a building supply in Charlottesville, Va. some years agao we routinely ordered in all sorts of stuff (including the siding you mentioned) for special orders - something that many of the 'Name' stores don't.

It's obvious that some one local had it or got it at one time or another or your house wouldn't have it.

George
 
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Old 09-30-00, 02:53 AM
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4 1/2" exposed wood siding is very common. It is usually cedar. Just did a whole house with it. Not too,expensive and yes needs priming before you paint. Also caulk all corners.
 
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