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Vertical Metal Siding Options

Panel Shown: 3/4" Galvanized Corrugated

Choosing Vertical over Horizontal Siding 

The most common application of metal siding is to run it vertically. Choosing between vertical 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 can be a bit more challenging to install, the end result will be worth it. 

Vertical Wainscoting

Traditionally, wainscot is run vertically to break up a bland wall. Wainscoting will add texture and dimension to a space without breaking the budget. The most popular vertical run wainscoting is our corrugated series and our Ultra Batten panels. Our corrugated panels can be used for modern or rustic accents, it all depends on the colors you choose. Typically the Ultra Batten panel is used for modern designs, but can with the right color or finish our panels can be used for just about any design.

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7.2 Structural Panel

Our 7.2 Structural Panel was primarily used for commerical and industrial spaces. But once architects saw it run vertically, they concluded the bold ribs were the perfect accent for modern architecture.  

7.2 Structural Panel

Ultra Batten Panel

Our Ultra Batten panels were designed to mimic the traditional board and batten style commonly found on residential homes and wainscoting. When run as horizontal panels, this siding panel will create seamless lines for a modern touch. 

Ultra Batten Siding
3/4" Corrugated Siding

As one of our most popular panels, the 3/4" Corrugated panel has become a go to for siding and interior accents. The subtle ribs will add texture and dimension to any project.  

3/4" Corrugated Panel

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