James Hardie For Modern and Vintage Homes in Colorado

One of the best things about James Hardie Fiber Cement siding is by far their beautiful color choices.  From traditional grays, to bold reds and endearing neutrals to vintage blues–there simply is no more stylish siding colors on the market today!  Beyond the stunning hues that this brand offers is their ability to stay looking lovely for years to come because of James Hardie’s ColorPlus Technology. This advanced paint technology a adheres better than other paints allowing it to stand up to the intense Colorado UV rays 30% better than other fiber cement brands. nd innovative color processes that gives homeowners a superior total siding solution for their homes.  It also comes with a Hardie® backed  15-year warranty that includes paint and labor–giving you peace of mind when you purchase this premium brand. 

 

 

Arctic White

The purest of whites, Arctic White is a shade that offers a clean, elegant look and is beautiful as both a siding color and accent. Pair this shade with dark, bold colors to create striking contrast and a fresh, inviting look.

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Cobble Stone

A sophisticated, stylish neutral, Cobble Stone is a choice that adds class and character to any home. This warm taupe based hue mimics the appearance of light stone and looks beautiful when accented with darker, bolder colors.

Navajo Beige

Navajo Beige is a warm, sandy color that provides a classic, timeless look. Versatile and elegant, this neutral shade pairs well with almost any accent color or trim as well as red brick and stonework.

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Monterey Taupe

Monterey Taupe offers the beauty and versatility of traditional taupe with a modern twist of alluring dark undertones. This shade can be used to accent lighter colors or combined with white trim for a more dramatic look.

Khaki Brown

Khaki Brown is a rich, creamy brown color that offers both beauty and versatility. Just like a trusty pair of khaki pants, this shade pairs well with any trim or accent color.

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Timber Bark

Timber Bark is a brown grey color that adds depth, character, and elegance to any home. It pairs beautifully with tan and white accents and can create a smart, distinctive look for your home.

Pearl Gray

This light neutral comes straight from the softest colors in nature, like sand and seashells. Use it as an understated accent, or for a whole house. Pearl Gray always feels elegant.

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Light Mist

Like the soft embrace of foggy day, this light gray tone with the softest hint of blue feels both cozy and cool. Think of Light Mist as a modern neutral that will lend a clean look to your home.

Gray Slate

Looking for a cozy, rustic neutral? Gray Slate can soften things up while adding an air of history. This is one of those timeless colors that works as an accent or whole house color. It also looks great with other shades of gray.

 

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Night Gray

There is a certain romance to darkness and shadows. Dark hues evoke passion, mystery and sophistication. Night Gray will automatically add depth and drama to your home.

Boothbay Blue

A soft blue grey blue, Boothbay Blue offers all the serenity and beauty of ocean waters and lakes and creates a peaceful, homey feeling. Pair this shade with Arctic White trim to create a striking contrast and alluring appearance.

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Evening Blue

Imagine a cool, calm night where the stars are bright enough to light up the sky and reveal its beautiful deep blue color. That is the feeling and look of Evening Blue. Evening Blue is striking and elegant and is a stunning choice for nearly any style of architecture.

Aged Pewter

Why do we love weathered grays so much? Because they are neutrals with personality. With its warmth and adaptability, Aged Pewter is the perfect complement to both beiges and other grays.

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Iron Grey

Iron Grey mimics the romantic look and feel of European architecture and is an elegant choice for adding color and style to your home. If you enjoy bolder colors and are looking for a more dramatic look, then you’ll absolutely love this shade.

Mountain Sage

Mountain Sage is a warm forest green that’s perfect for mountain homes, cabins, and rural properties. This color complements neutral shades and earth tones beautifully and can create a striking contrast when paired with brick or cedar.

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Huge fan of our new Country Lane Red James Hardie home. 

Gina Oliveri / Loveland, CO

My husband and I were surprised to find out how many different shades of white home colors there are out there.  We went with Artic White from James Hardie and couldn’t be happier.

Jolene / Denver, CO

What a difference a color makes!  We went from an older beige vinyl siding to James Hardie Sage Green–and it’s like we live in an entirely new house! 

Alex F. / Boulder, CO

Schedule Your Consultation!

If you are trying to find the perfect color for your Colorado home–a good place to start if with Colorado Siding.  We carry James Hardie Brand fiber cement.  A product that is known industry-wide for their stunning siding color selections.  Our designers will walk you through the color catalog and make CAD images of your home with different Hardie hues.  So, you are sure to get something you love!

Contact us today–our experienced team will be happy to answer any questions about replacing or repairing siding to your home or business, and they are ready to begin helping you make key decisions on your purchase.