Style Guide

Style options
Siding TypesSteel ColoursStain ColoursChamClad

Siding Profiles

We pride ourselves in offering a variety of quality siding options to make your projects as customizable as possible. Our most common arrangement of siding types is to have our corrugated steel on the back and sides, and a front face completed out of a stained wood siding. That being said, we are open to working with you to find the perfect look for your backyard. Whether it's having a wall with split wood and steel siding to showcase the contrast, custom stains to perfectly suit your aesthetic, or simply adding additional windows to the basic Essential, Advanced, or Cube design. To see what these options look like on the finished product, please check out our gallery!

1x6 Pine Tongue and Groove
1x6 Cedar Tongue and Groove
Maibec genuine wood siding
Corrugated Steel
Flatstock Steel

Wood Types

Our 1x6 tongue and groove option is available in a few different materials. Here are some some close ups of our wood siding types.

Steel Colours

Our steel is available in over 35 different colours from a supplier right here in Ontario! Below is a list of our most popular colours, for the full steel colour chart, click here.
Cambridge white
Slate Blue
Whistler Green
Royal Blue

Stain Colours

We have a collection of quality exterior stains that we're happy to apply for you, or if you'd like, leave your siding natural and you can stain it yourself! If you're looking to match your deck or home, we do offer staining in custom colours as well.

ChamClad Siding

Chamclad Exterior Siding in Guelph Ontario

Exterior PVC Panels

We are now happy to offer ChamClad exterior siding panels to all of our shed and studio customers. Everyone loves a long lasting, low maintenance siding option and Chamclad is just that. Available in over 25 different colours and multiple different profiles, you're sure to find a Chamclad product that perfectly matches your vision. This product aims for longevity. It is water, mold and salt resistant and is even UV protected to keep the colour from fading over time.

Check out Chamclad's Website for more info.