Ditto, been using Certainteed siding for over 20years and it's nice that they're carried as stock siding at so many places locally, getting panels/pieces is easy. Durability wise it's great to work with, even in the cold winter months, and the monogram is one of the hardest to get unlocked, which is a good thing for zero call backs, bad thing for screw ups LOL!!Certainteed Monogram. Good luck unzipping it to change out a someone elses mistake.
I always liked wolverine. It seemd to lock together very well and thier J channel seemed a little deeper. They also had what they called a stud finder feature built into the nailing flange that made it easy to find 16" or 24" centers once you found the first stud.
That was Benchmark, Millenium had the mesh nail strip that could be gunned on. I personally loved the Benchmark.:thumbsup:you talking about the fiber glass rod that inserted in the nail hem?
True PITA, but I always discarded the rod on anything under 24".Benchmark could have been more inovative if they had glued that rod inside the panel. Damn thing would slide out everytime you picked up one end or handed a panel up lengthwise, nice panel but a PITA.