A natural beauty, Driftwood is certain to capture your attention. At first glance, you may think you are looking at real cedar. The difference is virtually imperceptible to the eye – thanks to our patented Color Fusion coating process. This unique color system blends warm browns and natural hues in non-repeating patterns to achieve the distinctive variegated coloring and luxurious appeal of ocean-tossed wood.
- Premium Protection Compare Driftwood to other sidings and you’ll soon discover the benefits that only steel siding can provide. Each panel of pretreated galvanized steel is primed and then heat-fused with a highly durable PVC coating to create a resilient, long-lasting finish. Your home will be well-prepared for even the most punishing weather. Blasting winds, hail storms, frigid temperatures and searing sun are no match for Driftwood’s superior strength.
- High Dimensional Stability Rigid steel panels deliver high dimensional stability and resist buckling and the wavy appearance that can result from expansion and contraction caused by extreme weather changes. Driftwood steel siding also will subtly conceal flaws in the exterior’s substructure, keeping wall lines exceptionally smooth and straight.
- Easy to Maintain Let easy-care Driftwood simplify your life. Unlike fiber cement that may require periodic recaulking and repainting, or wood siding that typically needs repainting every five to seven years, Driftwood demands not much more than an occasional rinse with a garden hose – perfect for today's lifestyle.
- Environmentally Friendly Unlike some building materials such as fiber cement, Driftwood steel siding is a recyclable product. It also promotes energy conservation by creating a tight building envelope for more efficient heating and cooling performance year-round. “Building green” with Driftwood steel siding is good for you and good for the environment!
- Commanding Steel Strength Driftwood’s rugged steel construction is virtually impervious to outdoor elements. And unlike wood, compressed particle board or fiber cement, it won’t absorb moisture. It’s also resistant to dents, warping, fire, termites, chalking, fading, and brittleness in cold weather.