You didn't say what size the trim material is on your shop, but there
are any number of brands of fascia material that is made partly of
concrete and milk jugs. Hardie, and Certainteed each make trim material
that is 3/4" thick, and comes in 4", 6" (and 8"I think) widths. You will
probably have to pre-drill the nail holes, but it works great. My shop
is sided with the Hardie material, and all the window, door and corner
trim is also from Hardie. I went with pine for the fascia though, but I
can't remember why I went that way, probably because I was looking for
something 1.5" thick, which Hardie didn't/doesn't make.
Thusly spake john niolon, On 8/16/2009 4:05 PM:
> the carpenter bees have ruined my fascia board on the garage/shop ... I'm
> going to replace them soon and wondering if any insect treatment will
> prevent this... or a different wood instead of spruce ??? how about the new
> synthetic wood ???
> any suggestions....
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