James Hardie Siding

For long-term durability, Hardie siding is a great choice. Fiber cement products from James Hardie are manufactured to be resistant to hail damage as well as being fire-resistant. Check with your insurer to see if you can lower your homeowner’s insurance rates with new Hardie siding installed on your home.

Over time, homeowners may save money by installing Hardie instead of wood siding. The fiber cement products will not warp or buckle, swell or crack from moisture and are also resistant to insect invasion. Cleaning Hardie siding can be done with a soft spray of plain water and, if needed, a soft brush. Gently wash the siding every year for the best long-lasting appearance.

Hardie siding will give your home the beautiful look of wood with a lot more durability. Fiber cement is made from a mixture of Portland cement, wood fiber and clay. To that slurry a filler is added comprised of sand or fly ash (a by-product of coal burning). Molds are compressed into shapes and textures that resemble real wood products.

Choose from many styles of siding to suit your needs. Ask America’s Best Choice Siding and Windows about different replacement options for installing James Hardie products on your home.