DIY's Home IQ team continues to follow the Oberg family as they construct their new home. This article discusses the exterior details that add detail to the home.
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Exterior Finishes that Add Detail to the Oberg House
When the cement board siding is up it has the look and feel of real wood. "It really looks like natural wood," Lynn said, "and the color works really well."
Note: Even though cement board is durable and maintenance-free, it does have to deal with water damage. So it's vital that the boards be primed and sealed on all sides before installation.
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