1 x 12 Open-Joint Profile
.75 in. x 11.25 in. x 12 ft.
19 mm x 283 mm x 3.66 m
1 x 8 Open-Joint Profile
.75 in. x 7.25 in. x 12 ft.
19 mm x 184 mm x 3.66 m
1 x 6 Open-Joint Profile
.75 in. x 6 in.
19 mm x 152 mm
Lengths: 12 ft., 16 ft. and 20 ft.
3.66 m, 4.88 m and 6.1 m
Wildwood composite cladding features an exclusive PermaTech cap layer that protects against fading and staining. A durable composite core ensures exceptional resistance to rotting, cracking, insects and decay. The material never needs sanding, staining or painting, making it perfect for difficult-to-reach applications.
Approved for use in High Velocity Hurricane Zones (HVHZ)
Meets or exceeds the requirements of NFPA 268, Standard Test Method for Determining Ignitability of Exterior Wall Assemblies Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source.
Meets or exceeds requirements of CA SFM 12-7A-1, Materials and Construction Methods for Exterior Wildlife Exposure – Exterior Wall Siding and Sheating.
Meets the requirements of ASTM E84 Flame Spread Index (FSI) Class B (FSI 65).
Outdoor and indoor moisture are constant threats
To help trade professionals address stringent building and energy codes, Wildwood composite cladding facilitates better management of bulk water infiltration, capillary water intrusion and water vapor exfiltration.
- Deflection—Keeping as much precipitation off the exterior wall enclosure as practically possible.
- Drainage—Draining away any water that does strike and penetrate the cladding.
- Drying—Providing sufficient ventilation to evaporate residual moisture, and arranging materials for gradual drying by diffusion.
- Durability—Selecting materials that can withstand periodic wetting without deterioration over the service life of the enclosure.
Cladding and water absorption
Proper material choice is critical. Rainscreen systems are one of the most effective methods for managing moisture and mitigating its damage to residential and commercial structures. Many common cladding materials - brick, stucco, and wood, for example - will absorb water quite readily, rather than deflect it.
Fiberon Wildwood Cladding deflects water. What's more, it resists fading due to sun exposure (wood does not) and is not affected by freeze / thaw cycles (fiber-cement, wood, and sometimes brick and stucco are affected). See more detailed information about rainscreen systems, and how they work.