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Walter M Krause, Jack T Mowery, Benjamin L McGarry: Clip for siding panel. Associated Materials Incorporated, Banner & Witcoff, April 9, 2002: US06367220 (58 worldwide citation)

A clip for a siding panel includes a planar sheet of material, a first leg, and a second leg. The first leg extends outwardly from the planar sheet, and bends downwardly and inwardly toward the planar sheet to form a U-shaped flange defining a channel opening toward the planar sheet. The second leg ...


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Jack T Mowery, Benjamin L McGarry: Siding panel with interlocking projection. Associated Materials Incorporated, Banner & Witcoff, July 7, 1998: US05775042 (35 worldwide citation)

Wall siding for installation on the walls of a structure comprising a plurality of panels, each comprising a nailing hem, a flange member, upper and lower declinations being substantially planar and extending downwardly and slightly outwardly from the nailing hem, and a downwardly opening U-shaped c ...


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Jack T Mowery, Benjamin L McGarry: Splicing member for siding panels. Associated Materials, Banner & Witcoff, April 18, 2000: US06050041 (34 worldwide citation)

A splicing member for joining horizontally adjacent and abutting siding panels installed on a structure has a declination being substantially planar and extending downwardly and slightly outwardly. In certain preferred embodiments, a flange is connected to an upper edge of the declination forming a ...


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Jack T Mowery, James Zechinati, Benjamin L McGarry: Siding panel with insulated backing panel. Associated Materials, Banner & Witcoff, March 13, 2007: US07188454 (28 worldwide citation)

A siding panel of a siding assembly has a nailing hem and a first upwardly opening channel connected to the nailing hem. A downwardly opening channel is connected to the first channel. An upper portion of an upper course forms a portion of the downwardly opening channel. An upper shoulder extends in ...


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Jack T Mowery, Benjamin L McGarry: Splicing member for siding panels. Associated Materials Incorporated, Banner & Witcoff, May 28, 2002: US06393792 (26 worldwide citation)

A splicing member for joining horizontally adjacent and abutting siding panels installed on a structure has a declination being substantially planar and extending downwardly and slightly outwardly, a top lock, and a bottom lock. In certain preferred embodiments, the top lock is a flange connected to ...


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Benjamin L McGarry, Jack T Mowery, Michael A Fiume: Fencing system with partial wrap components and tongue and groove board substitute. Associated Materials Incorporated, Banner & Witcoff, November 6, 2001: US06311955 (10 worldwide citation)

A hybrid fence system includes partial post and rail wrap components and a plurality of uprights, all formed of durable resilient plastic material. The wrap components partially cover existing wood rails and posts. The plastic uprights takes the place of conventional wood uprights, e.g., tongue and ...


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Benjamin L McGarry, Jack Thomas Mowery: Interlocking panel with channel nailing hem. Associated Materials, Banner & Witcoff, April 16, 2002: US06370832 (8 worldwide citation)

A vinyl siding panel which includes a top lock, a medial main body portion, a bottom lock, and a nailing hem adjacent the top lock comprises a channel with nail apertures in the channel base for receiving siding nails. The channel has an open end which has a dimension smaller than the nail head diam ...


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Jack T Mowery, James Zechinati, Benjamin L McGarry: Siding panel with insulated backing panel. Associated Materials, Banner & Witcoff, August 24, 2010: US07779594 (6 worldwide citation)

A siding panel of a siding assembly has a nailing hem and a first upwardly opening channel connected to the nailing hem. A downwardly opening channel is connected to the first channel. An upper portion of an upper course forms a portion of the downwardly opening channel. An upper shoulder extends in ...


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Jack T Mowery, James Zechinati, Benjamin L McGarry: Siding Panel with Insulated Backing Panel. Associated Materials D B A Alside, Banner & Witcoff, January 18, 2007: US20070011976-A1

A siding panel of a siding assembly has a nailing hem and a first upwardly opening channel connected to the nailing hem. A downwardly opening channel is connected to the first channel. An upper portion of an upper course forms a portion of the downwardly opening channel. An upper shoulder extends in ...