12 inch oc siding

I need to match some siding on my house that is a modular home built in 1993. The best I could come up with is reverse board and batten siding with 12 inch on-centers. It doesn't feel like wood, nor vinyl. My guess then is that it is cement? Unfortunately, I also lost the paper/certificate that shows information on the house such as by who and where it was built.

I've found a few wood-based products online at Lowes and Home depot that seem to match. However, none of them are in stock in any store or online. Also, 12" on-center siding doesn't seem to be much available anymore as 6" and 8" seem more popular. Here is what I've found from Lowes and something similar from Home Depot (I lack the stackexchange reputation to post another link).

Is there a name for this siding so I can better find its availability around town? If not, does anyone know the name/type of siding that closest matches this?

  • Hello, and welcome to Stack Exchange. Requests for product recommendations are generally off-topic here. Sep 1, 2016 at 22:04
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    Thanks Daniel. I've updated the question to better meet my true intent which was to identify the siding or learn about the name/types of similar siding.
    – l p
    Sep 1, 2016 at 22:25
  • Can you give us more information on the sideing is it vinyl or cement (hardi plank type) . The area the home is produced in and the model may give more insight to the actual siding you are trying to match. P.S. This looks like a higher end siding and may be expensive or hard to find.
    – Ed Beal
    Sep 2, 2016 at 0:43
  • Thanks Ed. I've updated the question. Cement, I think. And, I don't know where the home was produced or by what entity.
    – l p
    Sep 6, 2016 at 16:36
  • It looks like a fancy kind of beadboard. If you have a local place that does millwork, they might be able to help you. And by that I mean a dedicated place, not someone at one of the Big Blue Box or Big Orange Box stores. May 26, 2017 at 15:17


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