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Pro Rib metal siding horizontal on shack

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I'm planning for a shack build.  Have been able to get a lot of information from previous builds.  I was thinking about doing some pro rib steel siding on the shack horizontally.  Was wondering if anyone had done this before and how you handled the corners.  Appreciate any input you can provide.  

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1st use the foam sealing end strips. 

Use 3" outside corner cover.

Predrill the cover and siding at each rib and screw in, careful not to crush the siding.

Visit this site to see what trim is available for the rest of your project.

http://www.midwestmanufacturing.com/MidwestManufacturing/productLine.do?groupId=7&productTypeId=46&lineId=213&Pole-Barn-Buildings=All-Steel-Trim-Diagrams

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Considered this myself. Here is a post from 2009 with a lot of info.

 

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