Engineered wood is created from scrap wood fibers that have been crushed with a resin binder and wax before being covered with a water-resistant top coat. Once the top seal has been compromised by the weather, your engineered wood might absorb moisture and begin to behave like real wood... quickly. Our siding paint forms a strong molecular, cross-linked bond, repelling water and preventing unsightly blisters.
Many engineered wood products are prefinished by producers with specially designed coatings. Other times, the siding contractor will arrange for the top coat to be applied, using a low-quality latex product to seal your siding. If you notice noticeable evidence of coating degradation, such as early fading, discolouration, or powdering, it's time to reseal and rebuild the coating.
Engineered wood has the natural look of wood without the upkeep. Our siding paint restores the protective finish on your siding while preserving its natural, wood-grain pattern.