Two of the most popular items for decorative siding are Reverse Board and Batten (RB&B) and T1-11. Both are pressure treated for long-term protection against rot, fungal decay and termite attack and feature evenly spaced channels across the length of the board. RB&B siding has a channel of 1-1/2” wide groove every 12” on-center to mimic the “bat and board” appearance used on many barns and other rural buildings.
On the other hand, T1-11 siding features ½” grooves spaced either 4” or 8” on-center for an equally pastoral appearance.
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