Board and Batten Siding Available for Homeowners in or near Albuquerque, NM

Board and Batten Siding Albuquerque NMBoard and batten siding offers a unique style that many homeowners in and around Albuquerque, New Mexico, choose in order to set their homes apart from their neighbors’. With a multi-textured appearance, it offers an intriguing appearance both up close and far away. ABC Seamless of Albuquerque is able to offer this siding option in heavy-gauge steel, rather than traditional wood, thereby giving homeowners in the region both distinctive curb appeal and superior protection for their homes.

Board and batten designs are marked by slim vertical boards (battens) layered over the top of wide, flat boards. When this siding style is created using wood, homeowners find that it’s quite labor intensive, needing to be scraped and painted regularly. With so many nooks and crannies (resulting from the panel overlays), this can be a difficult task, and many homeowners resort to using a pressure washer, which can accelerate wood rot.

However, our steel board and batten option is virtually maintenance free. Its finish is designed to stand up to years of intense UV exposure, and won’t ever need to be painted. It also offers a wide array of other benefits, including:

  • It’s damage-resistant – Steel stands up well against hail and wind-blown debris. Our siding has been shown to hold fast even in the face of gale-force winds. Plus, it won’t rot, or succumb to mold or mildew.
  • It looks great – We offer our siding in a vast array of colors. What’s more, we have never discontinued a color, so if you ever make an exterior modification or add on to your home, you will be able to precisely match the siding for a unified appearance.
  • It’s seamless – Cracks and seams can attract dirt, insects, and moisture. Our siding offers an impenetrable defense against these and other invaders. Furthermore, seamless siding offers improved insulation for your home.

To learn more about our board and batten siding, contact ABC Seamless of Albuquerque, NM, today