Old Mill® Shingle Lap

The Rich Appearance of Split Shingle Siding Without the Cost

Architectural charm and the rich appearance of split shingle without the cost? It’s Tru.

Less expensive and more durable than cedar, our TruWood® Old Mill® Shingle Lap Siding offers architectural accents without the typical number of culls or odd lengths. The staggered edge line of split shingle provides a warm, natural appearance that resists whatever Mother Nature throws at it. With shiplap edges that are easier to install, even your labor costs are lower. Truly amazing.

Features & Benefits

  • Quality engineered surface and core
  • 30-year limited warranty
  • Pre-primed for improved weatherability
  • Matching TruWood® Trim
  • Versatile piece allows for staggered or straight-edge application
  • Installs 25-40% faster than cement or vinyl sidings
  • Use for residential single-family, multi-family housing, remodeling and light commercial projects
  • Easy and safe to install using normal woodworking tools. No silica dust.
  • Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council®
    (FSC®-C002971)

Resists mildew, rot, and termite damage. Naturally-occuring additive, safe for use around children and pets.

  • Store siding flat and support on stringers to avoid sagging and contact with the ground.
  • Siding must be covered and protected from the elements.
  • Stack no more than eight units high.
  • Allow siding to acclimatize to local conditions prior to installation.

Meets the requirements of the following:

CAL. PROP 65 WARNING: Use of this product may result in exposure to wood dust, known to the State of California to cause cancer.

Available Profiles

TruWood engineered wood products, Old Mill Shingle Lap Siding specifications

1/2 in. OLD MILL® Shingle Lap

Specifications

Lap SizePc/UnitMaximum Exposure in inchesSq. Ft. Coverage Per PieceApprox Coverage Sq. Ft./ UnitSq. Ft. Needed To Cover 1,000 Sq. Ft. of Wall AreaApprox. Weight Lbs./Unit
1/2 in. x 11-1/2 in. x
48-13/16 in.
140
9/3/04
3.25
432
1238
1000

Allows for a 1.75 in. overlap and assumes a 5% waste factor.