15 profiles, more than 100 colors,
endless combinations – it’s time to transform your
house into your dream home.
With a rich product history, Exteria Building Products has established itself as a top composite siding manufacturer. Don’t just take our word for it, though – browse our portfolio.
Masonry just has a way of upgrading the look and feel of a place. Here a homeowner added Stacked Stone Premium in Sedona Bluff as a starter wall and finishing the look with our Premium Ledge Trim. Our molded corner is a great visual match that allows you to easily turn the corner.Visit Product
This color combination shows how your creativity can be rewarded. The deep gray base of Stacked Stone Premium in Shadow Ridge is lightened and balanced by Cedar Pride in Cypress Green. In addition to the charcoal gray, Shadow Ridge features highlighted stones of light gray and reddish brown.Visit Product
A full wall of Stacked Stone Premium in Lewiston Crest shows how we’ve used tight connections and multiple stone colors to mask potential repeats. A panel can’t just look great on its own, it has to work well when combined as multiples. This installer used a similar color J-Channel to trim the window.Visit Product
The muted yellows and sultry browns of Stacked Stone Premium in Santa Fe are infused with colors reminiscent of the sandy west. The stone pattern is tight, with minimum mortar showing, which captures a neatly stacked look. The rustic charm of Hand-Split Shake in Natural Cedar injects a sense of warmth above.Visit Product
Many people love the rich look of natural aged cedar and our stone is a fantastic way to complete the look. The warm, friendly hues found in the Sunset Cedar blend neatly with the mellow browns of Stacked Stone Premium in Sedona Bluff below. The bright Sand color ledge trim adds a visual separation between cedar and stone.Visit Product
Exteria’s 100+ color portfolio means limitless options to express your style. Cedar and masonry products combine to create a stunning exterior: RoughSawn Cedar in Wicker, Ledge Trim in a complimentary color of Sand, and Stacked Stone Premium in Lewiston Crest. Notice how dark colors are used at the bottom of the structure to ground the look.Visit Product
There’s an aura of permanence to a home built of stone. It’s a look infused with a level of prestige. The chiseled details found across the rough surface capture the unique characteristics of real cut stone.Visit Product
This view shows just how well Exteria cedar and masonry products can work in conjunction with vinyl siding. Here Creek Ledgestone in Bucks County Gray was used as an accent wall on the front facade and as a short wall to dress the side of the garage. Hand-split Shake in Barn Red provides the perfect punch of color on the gable above.Visit Product
A close up of the Creek Ledgestone molded corner in Bucks County Gray illustrates the intricate surface texture and detail. These types of results are possible because we start with real stone and use an injection molding process that allows for deeper peaks and valleys. Creek corners are offered in a color pattern that complements but doesn’t exactly copy each panel color.Visit Product
Let us help you create the home of your dreams with beautiful replica shakes that genuinely represent their natural counterparts. This project designer specified Cedar Pride, with its staggered edges and medium wood grain finish, to create a charming look. The Harvest Cedar color blends effortlessly with the natural surroundings.Visit Product
Using real cedar shake and stones as inspiration allows our team to faithfully mimic Mother Nature. Notice the subtle color changes found in Sunset Cedar, one of our Weathered Series colors. Here RoughSawn Cedar EZ transitions easily with our Masonry Ledge Trim into Stacked Stone Premium in Chestnut Hills. It’s a perfect combination.Visit Product
Bring the Southwest home to you with Stacked Stone Premium in Santa Fe. Three primary colors, randomly applied in multiple patterns, ensure you get the irregularity you’d expect from a natural stone product.Visit Product
Creek Ledgestone has a stackable molded corner with a large stone face with a thickness that thins at each edge, which results in a sharp shadow line as illustrated here. The use of the dominant stone color from the panel creates a strong visual frame. This image features Creek Ledgestone Premium in Bucks County Gray and Hand-Split Shake in Barn Red.Visit Product
Select this product when you’re working to create a rustic charm. The larger stones, coupled with the wide mortar lines, simulate a hand-finished stone job that combines an assortment of field and ledge stone. Speak with your contractor on way to finish the look at window and door openings – here brown j-channel is used to blend into the panel, but you might also use accessories that have built in channels.Visit Product
Color is one of the ways we up the ante when replicating the look of real stone. We start with a neutral shade for the mortar line then layer a series of visually pleasing stone combinations that complement and contrast each other. Here Bucks County Gray, a premium color offering, is finished with a grit top coat – our product feels as good as it looks.Visit Product
Exteria products set the bar for aesthetics and durability in home siding materials. Our team is devoted to providing the highest quality products available in the marketplace today.
We are committed to continuously developing realistic, industry-first products. Exteria’s premium stone products offer natural shading, highlights and textures available only through our proprietary manufacturing processes.Masonry Products
At Exteria, our passion for exterior innovation comes naturally. From rugged, hand-split shake to smooth shingles, our products are meticulously crafted using real cedar as inspiration to create a deeper, more realistic grain for our panels.Cedar Products