Fiber cement siding is known for its uncompromising toughness, but it also caters to different aesthetic needs. Coming in an array of styles, colors, and textures, this material is chameleon-like with its versatility.
To make the most of James Hardie® fiber cement siding, Twin Cities Siding Professionals offers some advice:
Choose Contrasting Colors
Coloring your siding with a bold hue against white trim would create a two-dimensional look. It helps produce a sense of depth, accentuating the rich details of your home’s architecture. If you re-side with any option in the James Hardie’s Artisan® collection, your panels would feature deep shadow lines to add more drama to your exterior.
Make Trim Match the Panels
If you color your panels and trim pieces with the same hue, the effect would be modernistic. With a smooth texture, the Hardie siding design would look perfect for contemporary homes. Even if you live in a traditional house, the monochromatic color scheme and sleek surface would lend an eclectic vibe to your home.
Mix It With Other Materials
Fiber cement can mesh with other materials, especially masonry. As the proud representative for James Hardie and Boulder Creek Stone, we can craft a head-turning exterior with fiber cement and engineered stone. The fusion of colors and textures only achievable with these two materials would result in impressive curb appeal.
Combine Different Styles
If you just want to clad your exterior walls with just fiber cement, merging at least two different styles would make a knockout combination. You can make the division horizontal or vertical, or pair lap and shingle siding panels.
James Hardie products are incredibly tough enough not to merit some periodic siding repair over the course of their life spans. Besides, they come with stellar warranties for your peace of mind. You can rest assured that your fiber cement siding’s beauty is going to last a lifetime.
To talk about your siding project in St. Paul, call Twin Cities Siding Professionals now at (651) 967-0873 for your FREE, in-home consultation and estimate.