Re-siding is an investment that will not only protect your home but also increase the curb appeal of your property. For this reason, you need to buy a top-quality product that will last longer while keeping its colors intact. James Hardie offers a top-notch siding product, the fiber cement siding which is fabricated according to their principles of building a smarter and stronger home. Here is what James Hardie siding and trim products offer to homeowners.
No matter where you use them, these amazing products are fabricated for specific climates, even in challenging coastal conditions, ensuring that you get a product that will perform at its best in your region. This company uses their HardieZone® System to create siding with the speciﬁc performance attributes relative to the climate where your home is located or being built.
Fiber cement is non-combustible, doesn’t attract pests, fire-resistant, impact-resistant (including hail damage), and moisture resistant which helps to protect against damages like cracking. This means that you will save money on repairs in the long run, plus fiber cement costs less than wood.
Color That Lasts
With baked-on ColorPlus® Technology, the primer and paint coating process is baked onto the fiber cement panels prior to installation. The pre-painted version protects your colors from gradually fading, and offers greater resistance to chipping and cracking.
Lower Insurance and Unmatchable Warranties
The hail-damage-resistant and non-combustible characteristics can sometimes help lessen home insurance premiums. Ask your insurance agent. Plus, all their products come with a 30-year warranty and 15-years of non-prorated warranty.
In sum, James Hardie fiber cement siding offers a very long life with little effort to maintain, but make sure you understand the maintenance requirements for this specific product. This way, you can ensure the lifespan of the siding, and keep your warranty requirements in order.
Want to install fiber cement siding on your home? Contact WestPro Roofing. We are an authorized provider of James Hardie products in Colorado.
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