UNITED IS PROUD TO INSTALL WOLF SIDING
Wolf Siding with InfinitySeam™ technology provides the authentic look of real wood while offering excellent performance. Get a distinct home exterior you’ll be proud to call your own.
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What is Wolf Siding made of?
Wolf Siding is made of a proprietary formula that is a Composite of Polymeric Resins and Performance Minerals.
Can Wolf Siding be installed direct to grade?
Yes, because Wolf Siding contains no materials that will absorb water, rot, or corrode, it can be installed direct to grade.
Can Wolf Siding be painted?
Yes, because of its 100% ASA capstock, it is very compatible with exterior acrylic latex paints. The proper paint and primer information can be obtained from your paint professional. Please be advised, painting Wolf Siding will void the ColorWatch™ portion of the warranty.
Colors are on file at Sherwin Williams, Framingham, MA.
How is Wolf Siding better than PVC Siding?
100% ASA capstock (competitors use a diluted formulation that can quickly fade), a larger and more experienced product manufacturer, a more natural looking woodgrain pattern, and a proven movement-controlling design.
Simply put: Wolf Siding will look nicer and last longer than any other siding on the market.
What do you do at the butt joints?
Wolf Siding is installed over a weather-resistive barrier and will expand and contract, but the movement is controlled by a proprietary Infinity Seam joint technology and through the connections where it meets the trim. As multiples pieces of siding are moving as one, open wall joints are virtually eliminated, creating a very similar look to natural wood clapboards.
What is thicker? Vinyl or Wolf?
Wolf is 800% thicker than vinyl. These interlocking planks measure out at 3/8″ thick, and will provide superior protection from the elements.
Will Wolf rot?
Simple Answer: Never.
Wolf Siding has zero wood fibers within it and therefore does not have the common wood fibers you would see in fiber cement, cedar wood or particle board siding.