Nailon Faux Rock Siding

  • $29.26 each panel
  • Model: NP-RR-PN-DB
  • Color: Desert Buff
  • Production Time: Approx. 1 to 5 days
  • Quantity:
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Specifications of Nailon Random Rock Desert Buff Panel:

  • Model: NP-RR-PN-DB
  • Line: Nailon
  • Style: Random Rock
  • Color: Desert Buff
  • Type: Panel
  • Edge Type: Interlocking
  • Production Time: Approx. 1 to 5 days
  • Material: Polypropylene
  • Overall Dimensions: 44 ¼" Wide × 18 ½" High × approx. 1" Thick
  • Coverage Dimensions: 40" Wide × 17 ¾" High
  • Coverage: Approx. 4.93 sq. ft.
  • Weight: Approx. 4 lbs 8 oz each panel
  • Suggested Amount of Caulk / Glue: 1 tube per 6 panels
  • Exterior Use: Weather Proof, near zero UV degradation
  • Interior Use:
    This product is made out of polypropylene and has a Class C fire rating. Please check with your local building codes if you intend on using for interior.
  • Area price: Approx. $5.15 / sq.ft.
    based on overall dimensions
  • Coverage price: Approx. $5.94 / sq.ft.
    based on coverage dimensions
  • Price per pound: Approx. $6.50 / lb.
  • Ships From: Northeast Region
    Please note that these products are polypropylene siding and not the same as our polyurethane panels. We strongly suggest that you order a sample of the product prior to purchasing to be certain that it correctly meets your needs.

    Nailon faux rock siding is a wonderful, quick and inexpensive way to bring an entirely new look to your project or upgrade your existing building. Whether your project is revamping commercial space, finishing the exterior of your home’s newly-added porch, or siding your shed or garage to match the main house, Nailon will make the difference.

    Simulating the look of natural rock, Nailon’s design style and color combinations take their cues from natural sources and offer a durable alternative to real stone that won’t rot or degrade from exposure to weather, insects, sunlight and other damaging influences.

    This siding can be installed by the average adult – even one with little to no DIY experience. You can avoid the prohibitive cost of hiring a professional stone mason and save yourself from the time and disruption of waiting for the job to get done.

    The best part? No one will be able to tell that it’s not real stone. The finished facade will be so impressive, your neighbors will be convinced you spent a fortune.

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