The Benefits of James Hardie® Fiber Cement Siding
James Hardie® has been the number one siding choice among homeowners for many years. This is thanks in large part to the company’s commitment to superior performance, quality and design. Fiber cement siding has come a long way from its humble beginnings and has stood the test of time as a reliable siding material for homes across the nation. Today, James Hardie is the leading name in the fiber-cement industry with its elite line of products that are both durable and beautiful.
Learn more about the features that set James Hardie fiber cement apart from other siding materials in today’s post from Sprague Roofing and Restoration, your trusted residential and commercial roofing expert.
Versus Vinyl Siding
Vinyl is a popular siding material because it’s relatively low maintenance and affordable. However, fiber cement beats vinyl in terms of both longevity and durability. James Hardie siding boards are thicker than other options, allowing for deeper grooves and more versatility in design.
Boasting excellent fire and insect resistance, along with high-velocity impact damage protection, James Hardie siding has forever changed the landscape of the exterior remodeling world. Their exclusive formulation has resulted in top-of-the-line siding products that will not bend, sag or warp even under the toughest weather conditions. Paired with a high-quality residential roofing system, James Hardie fiber cement siding will give your home the ultimate protection from the elements.
Siding and roofing contractors report that water-related damage is the number one enemy plaguing homes. James Hardie fiber cement siding was specially designed to resist moisture damage.
Enjoy superior James Hardie siding products installed by our experts at Sprague Roofing and Restoration, your leading home remodeling company. Give us a call at Cody – (307) 269-0998 or Fort Collins – (970) 239-3313 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in Cody, WY, and Fort Collins, CO.