HardiePlank Siding Replacement for Milwaukee

What Is HardiePlank® House Siding?

HardiePlank is a type of fiber cement siding installed by our Wisconsin siding contractors. The panels are made up of wood fibers and cement-like elements. It’s often called “Hardie board” due to the most popular brand of fiber cement siding- James Hardie. Like traditional wood siding, it’s installed by getting nailed right into your exterior walls.

Infinity’s Milwaukee siding contractors can install, repair or replace your Hardiplank exterior. Our company has earned a reputation as Wisconsin’s best siding installers- just read our customer reviews and check out our before & after gallery of on-site photos.

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Benefits of HardiePlank Siding Installation

Hardiplank can be installed affordably with Infinity's siding financing & payment plans.

HardiePlank Fiber Cement vs Vinyl Siding

While both HardiePlank siding and vinyl siding can mimic the look of natural siding,Hardiplank fiber cement house siding replacement in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Hardiplank bears the closest resemblance to wood. Both the manufacturing and installation process of HardiePlank siding is designed to allow for slight irregularities and surface luster that matches wood products. The process of making and disposing of HardiePlank fiber cement siding is eco-friendly since the panels are primarily made of wood paste, whereas vinyl requires the use of fossil fuels.

Both materials are durable options, but HardiePlank siding has one disadvantage: it absorbs moisture. While moisture accumulation is something to keep in mind, Hardiplank comes with unbeatable warranties to ease any concerns and is repaired more easily than vinyl.

If you’re most concerned with a natural appearance, better curb appeal, eco-friendliness or fire-resistance, HardiePlank siding is the best choice.

If you’re looking for a siding option that’s more affordable and available with a layer of energy-saving insulation, look into our vinyl house siding.

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Cost of HardiePlank House Siding Replacement in Milwaukee

Including installation costs, HardiePlank siding usually costs between $7.50 and $12.50 per square foot. Labor costs are typically more than vinyl because HardiePlank requires more workers, takes longer to install and needs more planning.

There’s no set price on house siding replacement because costs will depend on the size of your house and the brand of HardiePlank that you choose. Contact Infinity for a free cost estimate.

Infinity Exteriors is Your Best Choice for Residential & Commercial Siding Installation

There is no siding installation company in the Milwaukee area offering better siding products, greater siding installation expertise, special offerspayment planslifetime warranties, or a better overall value.

Replacing your home’s siding is the perfect time to give your entire house a makeover. Get matching roof and window replacement from Infinity Exteriors contractors. Contact our installers today to find out about getting an incredible value on siding, window installationattic insulation, and of course, the best value on Milwaukee roofing.

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Infinity Exteriors serves all of Southeastern Wisconsin, including Oconomowoc, New Berlin, Franklin and other surrounding areas.

Contact Infinity Exteriors to request a quote on hardiplank siding installation, or call 262-650-5040.
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