It is seen on quiet a few homes around the pacific nw and in the era from 1920 on up.
1950 era striped cement siding.
The siding he s talking about is likely called transite and was manufactured in canada from the 1920 s through the 1950 s.
History of asbestos cement siding roofing products.
Scientific tests made under u.
House built 1950 in old houses.
Issued november 7 1950.
Bureau of standards.
Where the house is located could also affect the style of siding chosen.
Ceramic glazed asbestos cement siding treat your home to sidewalls of snow white ceramo the asbestos cement siding with a flint hard ceramic surface that seals out dirt grime moisture.
Is a whiter brighter white.
It looks to be cement and aggregate and.
During the 1950 s manufacturers and the united states government were becoming aware of chemicals and materials that were dangerous when exposed to people during usage.
Synthetic stucco was introduced in the 1950 s by european builders shortly.
What to expect when buying a house built in the 1950 s.
What you should know about buying a house built in the 1950 s.
These houses have a great charm about them.
Fiber cement cedar ridge aluminum and vinyl siding were popular in the 1950s.
Bollaert s 1951 patent illustrated a decorative pattern embossed into asbestos cement siding sheets shingles boards.
Gaf s weatherside fiber cement line for example includes three patterns originally produced by supradur.
Uniform labeling program for hazardous materials department of the navy by office of the secretary washington 25 d.
For example a house built in the 1700s would probably have a different kind of siding than one that was built in in the 1930s or 1950s.
The neighborhoods are well established and these homes are often more affordable than a newer house in a newer development.
When siding the outside of a house it s a good idea to redo the siding in such a way that it matches the style and design of the house.
Asbestos cement was used in the 1940s and 1950s for wall and roof claddings and also in the 1960s for floor coverings and spray on textured ceilings.
This product was made as roof shingles and siding that tried to look like wood shingles.
Today there are several companies that produce fiber cement siding and building products.
If your house has sheet cladding from this period including corrugated cement based roof cladding or sparkly textured ceilings check whether they contain asbestos before working on them.
Fiber cement siding was manufactured.
Ceramo s pottery like finish fused under high heat stays clean longer.
It is on hundreds of thousands of older homes.
Fiber cement siding now mimics just about any siding material including those 1950s era shingles with waves and ridges.
It is a cement board product that used asbestos as a binder for the cement.