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lkj471959

10:54AM | 09/29/07
Member Since: 09/28/07
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I bought a home built in 1927. This home has brick and wood siding. We need to replace some of the wood siding that is alone the bottome of the house. We have not been able to find any to match at our local lumber or home improvement stores. Where might we be able to find this siding if it is still made and if not what can we use to repair this siding.

Billhart

11:17AM | 09/29/07
Member Since: 04/25/05
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No one has any idea of the siding that might be on your home. You did not give any kind of description. Nor location.

I suggest tht you look up Millwork in the yellow pages.

There are many places that can make special runs and make knifes if needed.

Possilbe that soem of the more speicalized places even stocks it.

If the places that you contact can't help ask if they know of any places that can.

There are all kinds of "lumber yards" around that handle different types of products and for different applications.
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