Rot doesn’t have to ruin your home.
No one has control over the weather. So it’s best to chose siding that resists severe climates and damage from precipitation, like James Hardie fiber-cement siding. James Hardie Siding is warranted not to rot, warp or delaminate. In addition, James Hardie Siding is five times thicker than vinyl siding so it’s warranted against hail damage and can be installed to withstand winds up to 150 MPH. That means you can rest assured—storm after storm, season after season—knowing that the weather outside is not affecting your siding.
The end of scraping and repainting is here.
Since James Hardie Siding is made of fiber cement, it does not undergo the same degree of expansion and contraction that hinders wood-based and vinyl sidings. Therefore, James Hardie Siding will hold onto paint three to four times longer than wood siding, reducing your overall maintenance costs, without compromising aesthetics.