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Choosing Siding for Your Home
The siding you choose for your home matters. Re-siding your home can be a major investment. But the right siding makes it worth it. The siding you pick impacts things like energy efficiency, maintenance, attractiveness, and property value. Popular siding options include Engineered Wood, Fiber Cement, and Vinyl. Engineered Wood siding consists of wood fiber or strand, resin and binders, and zinc borate. It’s lighter weight than fiber cement, easier to install and maintain, has curb appeal and is durable. Fiber Cement is a composite made from a mix of Portland cement and wood pulp. It’s durable and resistant to fire and insects. Some drawbacks of fiber cement are its weight and recommended practices with installation related to tools and product composition. Vinyl siding is made from polyvinyl chloride, the same plastic used in water sewer pipes. It’s energy-efficient and relatively affordable. But the color might fade under UV and sunlight and it’s vulnerable to warping. You should also ponder the siding profile, architectural style, regional preferences, and homebuyer preferences. Also, find a dealer who understands the manufacturer’s installation requirements.
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James Hardie exterior features America’s #1 brand of siding and the only trim with the character to stand beside it.
Is James Hardie siding good for your home’s exterior?
List of reasons to re-side with James Hardie :
- Low maintenance
- The beauty and character of real wood
- Insect and woodpecker proof
- Resists rotting and cracking
- Resists rotting or cracking
- Impervious to Hail Damage
- Made of Fiber Cement
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Why Settle for Vinyl Siding and Trim?
Have you seen what happens to homes that have replacement vinyl siding installed? Don’t let vinyl siding companies pull the plastic over your eyes. It isn’t pretty. Weak, synthetic vinyl siding and trim can’t provide the luxurious woodgrain finishes that give your house lasting curb appeal and overall aesthetics. To give your home the unmatched elegance and charm of natural wood surface with unmatched durability, pick James Hardie fiber cement siding with ColorPlus® Technology.
You’ve made your decision: You are re-siding your home. Now the fun part begins.
Your home outside says a lot about you. Regrettably, Mother Nature doesn’t care. Whether it’s rainfall, dry heat, freezing colds, ice, and snow, or hurricane-force winds, siding is under relentless attack. That’s why for more than 30 years, James Hardie continues to fight everything Mother Nature can dish out. Four million stunning homes stand as a testimonial to our endurance. As the most trusted brand of fiber cement siding in America, James Hardie has taken that level of protection to an even higher level, with siding engineered for Colorado’s climate.