What Is James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding?

By Ben Matthews | Oct 11, 2017 6:00:00 AM

The exterior of your house, particularly the siding, is worth more than you might think. Like the roof, siding provides structure to your home and protects the inhabitants within it from the elements.

Then, there’s home value to consider. According to Remodeling magazine’s 2017 Cost vs. Value Report, new siding recovers 82 percent of its cost upon resale in homes in the South Atlantic region. And that number doesn’t even take into account how much more difficult it is to sell a house with dull, cracked siding.

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Cost Comparison of James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding vs. Vinyl Siding

By Ben Matthews | May 17, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Some homeowners may believe that siding is siding, that whatever suffices, and the most inexpensive option is the best route. However, the choice is rarely that simple. Short-term savings might not add up to long-term cost-effectiveness, and ultimately, you may not be happy with what you settled on for your home.

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The Benefits of James Hardie Siding For Your Home

By BRAX Roofing | Jun 9, 2016 10:30:00 AM

 
If you are looking to boost your home's curb appeal while also improving energy efficiency, you should consider getting new siding. When you want to go with a quality product that you know will last, James Hardie Siding, should be a serious consideration.

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James Hardie Siding: Popular For Important Reasons

By Ben Matthews | Mar 4, 2016 10:30:00 AM

Maryland's demanding weather is no match for fiber cement siding. It's unsurpassed durability, colorfastness, and low maintenance requirements all contribute to its growing popularity. James Hardie siding  is the most successful fiber cement siding of all. It now protects over five million homes in the United States. In 2013, the Good Housekeeping Research Institute awarded HardiePlank lap siding its prestigious Good Housekeeping Seal..

The exteriors of Montgomery County residences must withstand the vagaries of a climate that serves up everything from blustery blizzards to sweltering heat waves. During the course of a typical year, residential siding must resist temperatures across a 100-degree-plus range. It is important that your home's siding also protect your investment against driving rains, heavy snow and high winds.

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HardieZone® Siding: Customized Siding for the Local Weather

By Ben Matthews | Feb 25, 2016 4:35:21 AM

Different regions face different weather conditions, so it makes no sense to use siding that’s “one-size-fits-all.” That’s why we provide James Hardie® fiber-cement siding for our clients. This siding utilizes James Hardie’s HardieZone® system that provides customized siding solutions for local weather.

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Brightening Up Your Siding with James Hardie Color Options

By Ben Matthews | Jan 26, 2016 5:18:59 AM

Your siding plays a big role in improving your home’s curb appeal. It is important that you choose the best colors that will give life to your exterior.

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4 Good Reasons to Choose Vinyl Siding

By Ben Matthews | Jan 19, 2016 5:59:50 AM

Despite the emergence of newer products, vinyl remains one of the most popular choices for siding in U.S. homes. According to the Vinyl Siding Institute, statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau reveals that homeowners have been choosing vinyl more than any other material since 1995. This material has grown strong since its introduction to the market in the 1960s, offering almost 350 color options and wind resistance up to 110mph.

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