When it comes to the durability and protection of your home, there’s no other name in the industry like James Hardie. With southern roots, James Hardie fiber cement siding and its accessory products are designed to withstand the unique weather that comes our way. From hail to high winds to the scorching summer sun, James Hardie has you covered. Here are 5 reasons you should install James Hardie on your home:
#1 Return on Investment
That’s right! James Hardie fiber cement siding outranks a mid-sized bathroom or kitchen remodel. According to the 2018 Cost Vs. Value Report for Charlotte, NC, the return on your investment for James Hardie siding is 73.6% compared to 61.5% and 62.1% for bathroom and kitchens, respectively.
Heat & Flame Resistant
James Hardie fiber cement siding is non-combustible aka it does not go up in flames. Plus, its heat resistant, so you never have to worry about your siding warping or melting. Vinyl siding is vulnerable to melting caused by flame, grills and solar heat reflected off Low-E windows.
Is your siding the same color after 15 years? As a matter of fact, James Hardie fiber cement siding comes with a 15-year warranty just for the color. A scientific study conducted by James Hardie shows that, when compared, vinyl is significantly more faded after 2,000 hours of UV light exposure.
This product is so good, that it may even be backed by your insurance. Since fiber cement siding, unlike vinyl, is non-combustible and hail-damage resistant, it may help reduce home insurance premiums.
Last but certainly not least, James Hardie fiber cement is a premium product that delivers on its promise. James Hardie has worked tirelessly to provide the character and look of wood in a more durable and lower-maintenance alternative. If you want to immediately improve your curb appeal, James Hardie is the choice for you.
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