Synthetic fiber technology demonstrates multiple advantages for trim and siding, including outstanding strength, hard and soft impact resistance, versatile fabrication and lower maintenance costs—all of which result in extraordinary performance. The materials science behind RISE products brings the advantages together in concert.

With RISE Trim and RISE Siding, those who have a commitment to how a home looks will get the aesthetic curb appeal they want, but will also benefit from the high-performance characteristics of synthetic polymer products, such as strength and durability.

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Top performance factors that matter with trim and siding choices:

The strong, sturdy and impact-resistant quality of RISE protects it from cracking often associated with other more brittle products.

RISE synthetic products will not degrade from moisture, including freeze / thaw conditions, like wood and other products do even with incidental ground contact.

RISE is available in 13’4” lengths for those customers who value easier handling and joints can be addressed with pan flashing, joint covers or caulking.

Maintenance is included in siding performance, although it’s not always mentioned. It is important to keep cladding material in optimal condition and consider the potential costs of keeping it unspoiled. RISE synthetic polymer products require minimal maintenance, unlike wood and stucco cladding, which are expensive and time-consuming to preserve through time. RISE substrate is warranted for 30 years and coatings for 15 years.

The manufacturing process for RISE is primarily 4 steps.

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The first involves the preparation of the synthetic fibers that make up the bulk of the substrate. These fibers are cleaned, cut to specific dimensions and dosed with exterior grade resins that will bind the fibers together once pressed.

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The second step is layering these fibers onto the bottom overlay then covering those fibers with face overlay. The layering of these fibers impact both strength in the core and surface fidelity.

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At this third stage, the prepped fibers are sandwiched between two overlays and put into a press to apply heat and pressure. In the press the resins are activated, and the entirety of the mixture is bound into a singular substrate.

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In the last stage, large sheets then emerge from the press and are cut and ripped to various siding and trim dimensions. The final stage is edge coating, priming or painting the surfaces and packaging. While there are many more details to the process to ensure consistency, various performance characteristics and quality, these are the primary steps in the manufacturing process. This proprietary method of combining synthetic fibers, resins and overlays creates a substrate that excels in long-term performance, durability and installation ease.

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With RISE Trim and RISE Siding, those who have a commitment to how a home looks will get the aesthetic curb appeal they want, but will also benefit from the high-performance characteristics of synthetic polymer products, such as strength and durability.

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While there are many more details to the process to ensure consistency, various performance characteristics and quality, these are the primary steps in the manufacturing process.  The RISE proprietary method of combining synthetic fibers, resins and overlays creates a substrate that excels in long-term performance, durability and installation ease.

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CHOOSE RISE.

It performs and protects, but most importantly, it preserves.