Mitten’s new siding product cracks the code

Mitten Building Products has a new line of West Ridge Siding products, inspired by the section of Mount Everest that is most difficult to climb. Photo courtesy Mitten Building Products

It’s a challenge that puzzles homebuyers and homebuilders to this day. When it comes to siding, should one choose a luxurious hardwood look and texture over an easy, straightforward installation? Or vice versa?

You’re in luck. Mitten Building Products has stepped in to help with its new line of West Ridge Siding products. Available in double 152-mm (6”) panels or single 203-mm (8”) planks, West Ridge replicates the sleek, stylish design of hardboard products, but with locking systems that make installation as easy as it gets. Each profile comes available in two new rustic woodgrain finishes with a series of in-demand colours.

Each product carries an 11.7-mm (0.46”) thick panel with additional foam backing, providing an increased level of rigidity and strength to withstand the harsh Canadian climate for the long term. Photo courtesy Mitten Building Products

The name West Ridge was inspired by the section of Mount Everest that is most difficult to climb. So, durability and performance are a key part of the product. Each product carries an 11.7-mm (0.46”) thick panel with additional foam backing, providing an increased level of rigidity and strength to withstand the harsh Canadian climate for the long term.

Find out more about this innovative and modern product by visiting mittensiding.com/westridge.

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