Beaded siding was developed to provide even more dramatic shadow lines by adding a rounded bead at the bottom of a single clapboard course. This attractive variation on traditional clapboard siding originated in the southern United States and was commonly used on buildings that pre-date 1800.

Beaded vinyl siding precisely replicates the handcrafted bead that was originally produced in wood. The reveals are typically six to seven inch single courses.

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Single 6"
Single 6½" [Diagram]
Single 7"
Single 6½\ Single 6½"