I have a 1950's house that has aluminum ship lap siding. I need to make
some foundation repairs and would like to buy some matching siding.
Does anybody know if they still make this stuff? Used Google and got to
Alcoa's siding catalogue. Alcoa (Aluminum Company of America) makes
aluminum. What do they sell on their site? Vinyl siding of all styles. No
Any sources or pointers would be appreciated.
BTW, after a half a century the siding is still in fair shape. Slightly
faded, but good shape.
A few days ago someone posted a link to www.freecycle.org re a toilet.
I took a look (at the website, not the toilet). It is interesting.
You may want to post in the group that's local to you, if there's one.
Ivan Vegvary wrote:
Look for a company that does seamless gutters, and supply.
Today, aluminum is sold in rolls, and is bent using a brake, to fit what
ever is required to frame windows, and other items. Typically the rolls
are prefinished, usually white on one side, and a color on the other.
As long as the siding doesn't have any texture to match, this will work.
Your not going to match the color after years of fading.
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