Fire Resistant Siding As Beautiful As Your Rocky Mountain Environment
The breathtaking Rocky Mountains run up and down the Western United States and even beyond its borders. Arguably they hold some of the most spectacular views in the world. In Colorado, we have the good fortune of having an array of the most beautiful but still widely accessible areas in the range. Scenic mountain communities in Colorado dot the front range and are filled with vacation homes and permanent residences alike. People move to these alpine properties to get away from the hectic, polluted and overcrowded city life and to enjoy the cathartic beauty of living close to nature. While living in and being a homeowner in the Front Range of Colorado carries with it immeasurable benefits, there are extra considerations one must make. One of these considerations we see, being in the siding business, is the need for fire protection. It is no secret that the high desert climate of Colorado makes forest living a liability. While you can never be 100% protected from fire, choosing a fire-resistant siding like James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding, is a good way to hedge your bets when it comes to mountain living. We almost categorically recommend this siding to our Colorado front range clients. Not only does it have superior fire-resistant qualities, it also truly reflects the beauty of the nature that surrounds it with a very mountain appropriate appearance.
Colorado’s Fire Resistant Siding Expert
As the video above shows, James Hardie Fiber Cement siding is a top choice for residential and commercial structures in the mountains because of both form and function: beautiful, harmonious, fire-resistant. Any number of James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding finishes fit within mountain community building regulations, neighborhood covenants, and HOA standards. At Colorado Siding, we have a significant amount of experience guiding mountain homeowners and builders through these processes as well. Contact us today for a free consultation and to learn more about siding that will keep your house safe and looking good for years to come.