The most common application of metal siding is to run it vertically. Choosing between vertical siding options and horizontal siding ultimately comes down to visual appeal. Vertical siding creates the traditional look of tall clean, lines while making spaces appear larger than they really are. Although vertical siding options can be a bit more challenging to install, the end result will be worth it.
Metal panels used as vertical siding options create a strong, durable exterior that's visual appeal is stunning. Metal's longevity and versatility continues to make it a favorite among homeowners, contractors, and architects. Bridger Steel's vertical siding options are limitless. Incorporate your ideal color and finish with the necessary panel profile and gauge to create the look you want with the strength you need.
Traditionally, wainscoting is run vertically to break up a bland wall or add reinforced strength to an interior. Wainscoting will add texture and dimension to a space without breaking the budget. The most popular vertically-ran wainscoting are our corrugated series and our Ultra Batten panels.
Our corrugated panels can be used for modern or rustic accents, depending on the color or finish you choose. Typically, the Ultra Batten panel is used for modern designs, but with the right color or finish, they can be used for just about any design.
Wainscoting is another vertical siding option you can use without committing to full-wall applications. It subtly adds the look of metal and incorporates its strength and durability while breaking up the exterior of a building or home.