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Aristolath Board & Batten Panels

Meet Aristolath. Revolutionary board and batten for a world of possibilities.

Board and batten is one of the hottest style effects going, from wall accents to entire homesteads. Our innovative approach features a totally independent component design allowing ultimate style exploration and easy panel replacement in the case of damage.

Aristolath Board & Batten System

A designer’s dream come true, Aristolath Full Striation Panel creates an enduring board and batten option with a host of style options.  Access the full color palette that includes crinkle-finished options. 

Panel Specifications

  • Panel Coverage: 15.5″
  • Bead Spacing: Full Striation
  • Batton Height: 1″
  • Batton Width: 2.5″
  • Substrate: G-100 Galvanized
  • 40-year warranty + 10-year edge rust warranty
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Spec Sheets & Color Charts

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Featuring two profiles and two board widths on the Full Striation panel, this product can be customized for a variety of effects. Conveniently produced to order at your site, Aristolath offers premier metal quality, durability, and value. Create your own style with the options or match existing buildings with board and batten effects using traditional substrate types.
Stay tuned. The innovation has only begun.

Aristolath Trim Specifications

J Channel

FJ Channel

Base Angle

J Filter

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Aristolath vs. Hardie® Plank Siding

Purchasing siding for your home is a sizable investment. It also brings a lot of questions to the surface. What type of siding will look best on my house? What kind will be the most durable? With all the home exterior choices on the market today, it’s a tough choice. To help you out we compiled this list comparing Hardie® Plank, a fiber cement siding, to Aristolath, a metal siding in the style of board & batten. Hardie® Plank is a popular choice on today’s market. Here are some of the pros and cons to consider before you buy.

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Hardy Plank Pros

Hardy Plank Cons

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Maintenance. Cement fiber siding needs to be checked for damage or cracks and periodically re-caulked

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Repairs. Spot-fixing is difficult and you may need to hire a contractor.

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Paint life. The color will have approximately a 15-year life, and you will need to repaint or replace fiber cement siding.

Now Meet Aristolath: innovative siding with the traditional look of board and batten but an all-metal construction.
  • Non-flammable. Aristolath is all metal and will not ignite.
  • Moisture repellant. Water rolls off and none is absorbed.
  • Appearance. Aristolath is available in an array of colors
  • Low maintenance. Metal siding is known for its longevity and durability. It’s essentially “set it and forget it.”
  • Repairs. Aristolath has easy panel-by-panel replacement that an enterprising homeowner can manage.
  • Paint life. Aristolath comes with a 40-year warranty on its paint.
  • Recyclable. Aristolath is fully recyclable after its useful life, making it an environmentally-friendly choice.

Are you looking for a once-and-done type of siding?
Something with a classy flair, yet rugged durability?

Check out Aristolath by Buckeye Metal Sales today!

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Buckeye Metal Sales provides metal roofing and siding throughout South-central Ohio including the cities of Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, Chillicothe, Lancaster, Athens, Middletown, Hillsboro, Zanesville, Athens, Washington Courthouse, and many other locations.

We would be honored to be your trusted supply of metal roofing in Ohio! Contact us today and we will be happy to answer all your questions!

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