Microposite siding comes in four widths, provides more prominent shadow lines, and features no-repeat grain patterns to replicate the look of real wood.
U.S. manufacturer launches first new siding category in 20 years
Michigan-based Microposite claims to have introduced the first new siding category to the building-product marketplace since fiber cement siding was launched 20 years ago. Nine years in development, Microposite’s premium 7¼16'' boards are constructed of a combination of lightweight microspheres made of perlite (a mineral widely used in drywall paste, paint, roofing insulation, and other products) and a proprietary polyurethane resin binder. Perlite is mined from countries around the world, including the U.S., Greece, and China.