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In the 1980s James Hardie pioneered the world’s best fiber cement siding, and their brand continues to raise the bar in the industry today. James Hardie designed their patented fiber siding to be a superior alternative to traditional wood and vinyl siding. After long-term studies and testing in different climates, they created the HardieZone®; a weather oriented map to ensure you get the best product for your region. Unlike vinyl which can crack in the cold, or wood that doesn’t last in Wisconsin humidity, James Hardie provides the only siding engineered for specific climates. It’s this dedication to going above and beyond, that makes installing James Hardie siding the best option to protect your home.
James Hardie fiber cement siding also has exterior trim, along with multiple other options:
Along with creating a new, more durable siding, James Hardie has also patented their Baked-on ColorPlus® Technology for longer-lasting color. Designed for greater resistance to fading, chipping, and cracking. With ColorPlus® you’ll have less maintenance and more savings. When you purchase James Hardie products, you’re getting a guarantee that your siding color will stay the way you bought it for longer than any siding in the industry. All James Hardie siding with ColorPlus® comes with a 15-year warranty.
Check out our James Hardie siding colors gallery below, and find the perfect match for your home!
James Hardie invented it, so believe them when they say they have the world’s highest-performing fiber cement siding. Their brand is committed to pushing the siding industry forward with innovations that increase the longevity of their products, and the safety of your home. Wisconsin elements are harsh, and weather patterns often fluctuate extremely. That’s why Infinity Roofing recommends James Hardie fiber cement siding for Wisconsin residents. James Hardie siding looks elegant but is tough as nails, and has siding specifically engineered to endure the harsh Wisconsin climate year-round.
James Hardie fiber cement siding comes made to last against all types of possible siding damages:
Wisconsin residents get their fair share of moisture and humidity every year, which isn’t ideal for Wisconsin homes with wood or vinyl siding. Traditional wood will expand and eventually crack when exposed to too much moisture. Vinyl is a thin, mostly decorative siding, that is attached loosely. James Hardie’s fiber cement siding was built to withstand water and acts as a barrier to moisture.
Each season has it’s extreme in Wisconsin. Hail, blizzards, droughts, and blistering heat all seem to come out of nowhere. Making sure you have the proper siding with faultless installation is your best protection. James Hardie fiber cement siding is resistant to hail, windblown debris, and is built to last in the extreme heat and even cold of the frozen tundra.
If you live in Wisconsin you probably love campfires, and you probably know that fires love wood. You know what fire doesn’t like? James Hardie fiber cement siding. James Hardie siding is recognized by fire departments across the US as a noncombustible cladding; meaning it won’t ignite when exposed to a direct flame, nor will it contribute fuel to a fire. Vinyl is another popular siding option, but that melts almost immediately in a fire. Protect your home, and your family, with James Hardie fiber cement siding.
Critters of all sorts use trees and deadwood for their homes. Sometimes, they mistake human homes with wood siding for their own. An honest mistake, but one that can be avoided by covering your home with material less suited for animals, and more suited for humans. Fiber Cement Siding fits the bill and will make it harder for animals to damage your home when they aren’t being invited in.
He comes for us all. But if you have durable James Hardie fiber cement siding with their patented ColorPlus® Technology that resists fading, he’ll come for you last. Fiber cement is made to endure in Wisconsin climates, unlike traditional wood siding that is more susceptible to weather. Add their baked-on ColorPlus® option and you will ensure that your siding will look great for years to come without the need for expensive maintenance.
There’s a reason why HardiePlank® lap siding is the most popular brand of siding in North America. It’s because homeowners from California to Maine trust that James Hardie lap siding will not only enhance the beauty of their home on the outside, but protect what’s inside. HardiePlank® comes in a variety of options from Cedarmill that mimics the texture of traditional wood, to Smooth which is a sleek, modern siding.
Other HardiePlank® lap siding options include:
If you want to learn more about the #1 selling siding in the USA, HardiePlank®, view other James Hardie siding styles like HardieShingle, or HardiePanel siding, or get a free quote on James Hardie products, contact Infinity Roofing today!
If you buy James Hardie siding you’re saving money upfront and in the long run. James Hardie fiber cement siding costs less than wood, so initial installation and investment won’t break your bank. Fiber cement siding is also more durable and weather resistant than traditional wood or vinyl so you’ll get more mileage out of your siding.
When you choose the James Hardie ColorPlus® paint option, you’ll also save on painting expenses. Wood siding needs to be repainted every 3-7 years, potentially costing you thousands. James Hardie ColorPlus® is a multi-coat, baked-on finish that’s guaranteed not to fade or chip and comes with a 15-year warranty. With James Hardie ColorPlus® Technology, you can leave repainting to the kids once they’re older!
James Hardie fiber cement siding can also save you on insurance costs. Unlike traditional wood and vinyl siding, fiber cement siding is non-combustible and hail-damage resistant. This can factor into your estimate and reduce home insurance premiums! Ask your agent if installing James Hardie siding will lower your insurance costs!
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