05:06PM | 04/02/04
Member Since: 04/01/04
6 lifetime posts
I'm being told that T1-11 is no longer available????? Anybody know??? We used this as siding for house built 40 years ago....and are in need of sheets that are compatible with this siding ( even if not grooved exactly as the older siding is)as we make an addition. If indeed it is NOT available any longer, we will surely have to scurry to develop a "Plan B".

Or could/would someone please tell me who the manufacturer/distributer/building supply store might be that could supply this product?? I'm in South CArolina, close up to the North Carolina border...Asheville, Charlotte, Greenville SC are all near...

Many, many thanks for taking time with this!


03:41AM | 04/03/04
Member Since: 07/28/02
1358 lifetime posts
Sure it is still available, and you can find it at building supply. The profile of the grooves may be different though.


02:10PM | 04/04/04
Member Since: 04/01/04
6 lifetime posts
Thanks for this reply...and for the assurance that it does still exist. I have not been able to find it in Georgia-Pacific list of products, or locally at the usual bulder's supply places, as well as Lowe's and **********. In looking for it(Google and other search engines) I see references to a "rough-hewn board with grooves resembling board and batten". Does this jibe with what you know as T 1-11?

Ours of long ago is smooth with grooves that make it look like was, I believe, the first pre-primed sheet ready for painting. We've come a long way!!!

Thanks so much for this information...please keep it coming :-)


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