Dutchlap

Dutchlap siding was popularized in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States during early settler days, although its origin dates back to northern Europe in areas where wood construction was most popular. Dutchlap siding provides strong shadow lines and is a popular alternative to the standard clapboard façade.

Similar to clapboard, Dutchlap vinyl siding profiles have multiple courses with typical reveals of three to five inches.

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Double 4"
Triple 3"
Double 4½"
Triple 4"
Double 5" [Diagram]
Double 5½"
Double 5" Double 5"
Triple 3"