Many people are looking for high-quality siding systems that won’t only reinvigorate their home’s look, but also protect their exterior walls from the elements. Fortunately, Twin Cities Siding Professionals offers HardiePanel® vertical siding from James Hardie®, a leading fiber cement siding brand.
Here’s how this line of siding system can benefit you.
One of the primary reasons many people invest in siding installation is to boost their home’s curb appeal. The challenge here lies in finding the right siding material that suits their architectural design. With HardiePanel, you don’t have to worry about siding that can compromise your exterior. This line of vertical siding comes in a wide array of style and colors that can add interest to your home.
Apart from enhancing your home’s curb appeal, your siding has one other function: to shield your exterior walls from whatever Mother Nature brings. Plus, it keeps the insulation material intact, preserving your home’s energy efficiency. Luckily, our siding systems fall into the HardieZone® 5 category, which means this type of siding can provide superior protection cold weather and volatile temperatures.
HardiePanel vertical siding, just like other James Hardie products, won’t rot, warp or delaminate. It’s five times thicker than typical vinyl siding, so it can resist hail and debris impact, and can withstand winds up to 150 miles per hour. Plus, it’s backed by a 30-year non-prorated, transferable, limited warranty.
The fun part about siding installation is it can you can mix and match designs to get the contour or texture you want. For instance, HardiePanel blends well with horizontal panels or shingle-style siding. You can also add HardieTrim® boards for a traditional board-and-batten look.
Siding installation is a task that you should only entrust to a premier company like Twin Cities Siding Professionals. Call us today at (651) 967-0873 to learn more about our products and services. We are a St. Paul siding contractor that serves residents of St Paul and other nearby areas.