What is masonite siding?

Answer Masonite siding is siding---shingles/boards used on building exteriors to protect against rain and other elements---made from a processed wood fiber product invented in the United States in 1924 ca... Read More »

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What Are the Different Styles of Masonite Siding?

Masonite is a manufacturer of building products. At one time Masonite produced a hardboard siding product that has since been discontinued. However, warranties for some Masonite siding installation... Read More »

Can you sand Masonite siding?

Smooth Masonite siding can be sanded. If siding is old extra care should be taken because it typically gets brittle. Using a random orbital sander with fine grit sandpaper is recommended.References... Read More »

Can you burn masonite siding?

Masonite siding is made from wood fibers, resin and wax, and it is susceptible to fire and burning. In fact, Topeka, Kansas, has Masonite siding on their nonapproved burning list. The Masonite webs... Read More »

How to Repair Masonite Hardboard Siding?

Masonite is a brand name for one of the oldest brands of hardboard. Hardboard is a composite wood product made from very fine wood pulp and water. The pulp is mashed and pressed into shape as a pas... Read More »