Learn More About Allura's Fiber Cement Products
Allura Fiber Cement products are made with an advanced formula that is ideal for even the most extreme climates. Allura products are fire-resistant, moisture-resistant and weather-resistant. From traditional to modern, Allura has products to fit any style in every region.
Fiber Cement Siding Options
Allura’s traditional, horizontal lap siding has the natural appearance of wood, but won’t splinter, warp, or peel. Available in both smooth and wood grain texture, the planks come in a wide range of widths from 5-¼ to 12-inches, all in 12-foot lengths. Choose from 5 natural looking wood stains, 25 popular solid colors, or ready to paint finishes.
Complete your house siding project with Plycem Trim. Designed to look like wood, but without any of wood’s drawbacks, Plycem Trim gives the perfect finishing touch to a home’s exterior. The 5/4 and 4/4 trim are both reversible, with a wood grain finish on one side, and a smooth finish on the other. Both are available in a range of sizes, as well as 5 stains and 25 solid colors, all with long-lasting color. The 7/16 trim has a wood grain finish and is available ready to paint so you can complete your cedar-look siding project.
Sleek, durable, and versatile, Allura’s architectural panels are designed for modern and large-scale commercial projects. The panels are available in smooth, wood, or stucco texture, each available in three sizes - 4x8, 4x9, and 4x10. The panels come in the same 25 solid colors as Allura’s traditional siding, as well as in a ready to paint finish.
Get the look of hand-hewn cedar shingles with Multishake. Allura’s fiber cement shingles, shakes, and half-rounds are designed to give you a wide range of looks for your home’s exterior. Get all the look and texture of real cedar shakes without the costly high maintenance. Choose from straight edge, half-rounds, staggered edge, octagons, individual shakes, or Allura’s Perfection shingles. All available in a range of stains and colors to accommodate any style of home.
Soffits complete the underside of your roof overhang and bring important protection and ventilation to this area. Unlike traditional wood, Allura’s Fiber Cement Soffit is engineered to repel moisture, withstand any climate and provide extensive protection around the home. Choose from smooth or traditional wood-grain soffits, both available in solid or ventilated form. Each is available in a range of colors that can let your coordinate your soffit with the rest of the house’s color, trim, and style.
When it comes to home construction, water can be your worst enemy. That’s why Allura Backerboard is the all-around better choice. Unlike plywood, our Backer features an exceptionally durable and dense, non-porous surface, perfect for kitchen and bathroom applications. Flexible and strong enough to handle all sizes of tile, these backerboards come with a 20 year warranty.
Fiber Cement Siding FAQ
1. What is Fiber Cement Siding?
Fiber cement siding is unique material made from a blend of cellulose fiber mixed with sand, silica, and Portland cement. This creates a dense, durable material that can be formed into shingles, planks, or panels for installation on homes and buildings.
Fiber cement siding can have an authentic-looking wood grain that mimics the look of wood siding and shakes. It’s available in a wide range of colors, sizes, shapes, and styles so you can complement any architectural style.
2. How Long Does Fiber Cement Siding Last?
Allura’s fiber cement materials have a warranty of 50 years from the date of purchase.
3. Is Fiber Cement Siding Fire Resistant?
Fiber cement siding has a Class A Fire rating and is non combustible, so it does resist flames and ignition from a fire.
4. How Do I Install Fiber Cement Siding
It is recommended that you hire a professional Allura siding installer for best results. For additional resources, you may review our installation guide or watch our installation video for more information.
5. Where Can I Buy Fiber Cement Siding?
Visit Allura’s Dealer Map to find an Allura dealer near you.