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Shingle siding. Shake siding. Cedar shake siding. This stunning siding option goes by many names, but is truly one-of-a-kind. These instantly recognizable shingles are most often associated with Cape Cod-style homes, but they will instantly add charm to homes of any style, anywhere. If you’re looking for the unmistakable look of cedar shake siding without the maintenance plus high-performance fiber cement construction, your only option is James Hardie’s HardieShingle siding.
Infinity Exteriors repairs, replaces, & installs James Hardie HardieShingle siding for Wisconsin homes and buildings. We’ve earned our reputation as the top roofing company in Milwaukee, now we’ve expanded to Appleton and the Fox Valley region. Read our reviews or check out our Before & After Gallery to see why Wisconsin residents love our roofs! Contact us today to get started on your home’s exterior! HardieShingle can be installed affordably with Infinity's siding financing & payment plans.
For more fiber cement siding options, check out James Hardie other styles, HardiePlank, HardieTrim, & HardiePanel siding.
These clean-lined shingles will add a softness to modern designs, or refinement to rustic type homes.
This look is playful and inviting. Whether on a cottage, ranch, or any other home, you’ll stand out.
James Hardie uses individual shingles to create a completely custom shingle pattern.
Vacation homes and everyday dwellings both become cozier when clad in these scalloped-edge shingles.
Cedar siding is made with natural red or white cedar which is a tree native to the U.S. While cedar is popularly used for siding due to being one of the most durable natural woods, it doesn’t match the manufactured durability of fiber cement siding. Fiber cement siding consists of sand, cement, and tiny cellulose fibers that add up to make the ultimate construction material. Now the most popular siding material in the country, James Hardie invented fiber cement siding in the mid 80’s, and has continued to push it’s boundaries since. Cedar shake siding’s distinct wood grain looks great on both modern and rustic homes, but James Hardie’s state-of-the-art fiber cement siding perfectly mimics the texture and warmth of real wood with less maintenance, and less cost.
One of the most important aspects of any home improvement project is budget. This is where James Hardie products really shine brighter than the competition. Along with less maintenance, less painting, and overall less hassle, James Hardie HardieShingles cost less for Wisconsin homeowners. HardieShingles cost on average $3.35-$5.00 per square foot. Traditional cedar shake siding costs anywhere between $6-$15.
There’s no set price on house siding replacement because costs will depend on the size of your house and the type of HardiePlank that you choose. Contact Infinity for a free cost estimate.
There is no siding installation company in the Milwaukee area offering better siding products, greater siding installation expertise, special offers, payment plans, lifetime 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 installation, attic 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 has now expanded to Northeastern Wisconsin, servicing the areas of Appleton, Oshkosh, and Fond Du Lac.
HardieShingle is a shingle siding (sometimes referred to as shake siding or cedar shake siding) designed to bring out the best in your home’s exterior. HardieShingle is special because it comes with the beautiful look associated with cedar shake siding, but requires none of the expensive maintenance.
HardieShingle is made of high-quality fiber cement consisting of sand, cement, and tiny cellulose fibers. This composition of materials allows HardieShingle to be storm-resistant, long-lasting, and easy to paint.
The amount of shingles you need completely depends on the size of your home. To calculate the area of a rectangular or square wall, multiply the width times the length. To find the area of a triangular wall, multiply the height by the width, and divide the sum by two. Once you have the total area of your home’s exterior walls, you can determine how many HardieShingles you’ll need based on the size of the shingles you decide to install.
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