When it comes to sustainable building materials for home improvement projects, the trim and siding products offered by James Hardie® are hard to beat! But why is it so?
When it comes to cost-effective siding materials, fiber cement is up there with other options like vinyl and wood – maybe even better! In terms of maintenance, natural or engineered wood siding can become costly over time because it isn’t as weather-resistant as other materials. You’ll be paying for frequent repairs or even a premature replacement if it was damaged by fire or severe weather. Even if it stays mostly intact, you’ll still have to fully replace them every 5 to 10 years. Vinyl siding can be reliable as it has good weather resistance, but it can also become brittle under extremely low temperatures.
With fiber cement siding, you save more money in the long run. This is because you get quality, sustainable shingles that have a 30-year non-prorated product warranty. This is why many professional siding contractors recommend James Hardie siding products because you won’t just get sustainability, but also longevity, durability and reliability!
Made With Eco-Friendly Materials
You get sustainability through our James Hardie fiber cement siding since it’s made from several renewable materials. This includes sand, cellulose fiber, Portland cement and water, and it doesn’t have any additives or adhesives that are harmful to the environment. In fact, they don’t give off volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in homes, which is linked to a number of respiratory ailments and other health risks. Thanks to the brand’s advanced ColorPlus® Technology, the color of the fiber cement siding is baked into the material under factory-controlled conditions. In other words, it doesn’t need to be painted on-site like most siding systems.
As an Angie’s List Certified siding repair company, Twin Cities Siding Professionals always gets the job done professionally. Give us a call today at (651) 967-0873 to request a quote. You can also fill out our convenient contact form to get started. We serve homeowners in Minneapolis and the neighboring communities within the Twin Cities.