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Vertical Siding Replacement by HardiePanel in Wisconsin

For homeowners and business owners looking to spruce up the exterior of their property with class board & batten siding, James Hardie provides a durable, cost-efficient, and stunning fiber cement siding option. HardiePanel comes in a variety of styles and colors to match your home such as classic cedarmill, modern smooth, and strong stucco. Infinity siding contractors have installed all types of HardiePanel, and can even combine HardiePanel vertical siding with HardiePlank lap siding for a look that’s guaranteed to give your exterior design a visual punch.

Benefits of HardiePanel vertical siding installation

  • Storm resistant 
  • Eco-friendly 
  • Long-lasting 
  • Easy to clean 
  • Easy to paint 
  • Doesn’t attract insects 
  • Fire resistant 
  • Comes in several styles

HardiePanel can be installed affordably with Infinity's siding financing & payment plans. James Hardie siding also comes in several types, check out their shingle siding, HardieShingle, their exterior trim HardieTrim Board, and their most popular product, HardiePlank lap siding. 


Find your dream color

The color of your siding will enhance your curb appeal and possibly increase your home value

Siding Color Options

Select Cedarmill©

The soft textured beauty of natural wood, with all the added benefits of fiber cement siding.


For the modern designer. This sleek look is all the rage.


Strong & bold. This distinct siding option is always inviting to guests.

Sierra 8

Texture and linear details combine to add a unique dimension to your exterior.

James Hardie fiber cement versus traditional siding

Siding has traditionally been made of wood or vinyl. Wood siding has a beautiful, vintage look but is susceptible to weather damage and deteriorates over time. Vinyl siding represents a cheaper, and more durable option to wood, but lacks the energy-efficiency and fireproof/weatherproof quality 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. Traditional wood siding 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.

Cost of HardiePanel house siding replacement in Wisconsin

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 HardiePanel cost less for Wisconsin homeowners. HardieShingles cost on average $3.95-$7.20 per square foot. Traditional vertical wood siding costs anywhere between $4-$10.

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’s MilwaukeeMadisonAppleton siding contractors can install, repair or replace your exterior with stunning HardiePanel vertical siding. 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.

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.

Our siding installation experts have locations in AppletonMadison, and Milwaukee, and are able to service any of the surrounding areas. No matter where you are in Wisconsin, we can come to you.

Visit our interactive remodeling map to see if your neighbors are an Infinity Exteriors customer.

James Hardie siding styles:

Frequently Asked Questions about HardiePanel:

What is HardiePanel?

HardiePanel is a class board and batten siding designed and created by James Hardie. This durable, cost-efficient siding can transform the exterior of any home.

What does HardiePanel Cost?

HardiePanel costs on average between $3.95 - $7.20 per square foot. The total cost to purchase and install HardiePanel depends on the size of your home.

What is HardiePanel made of?

HardiePanel is made of high-quality fiber cement. Fiber cement is constructed with sand, cement, and tiny cellulose fibers that add up to make the ultimate construction material.

What does HardiePanel look like?

HardiePanel comes in four different unique styles and a variety of color options with varying textures (smooth, linear details, textured, and more).

Is HardiePanel better than Vinyl siding?

Both vinyl siding and Hardiepanel have their pros and cons. Hardiepanel, however, is made from fiber cement - a high-quality siding material that’s extremely durable and visually pleasing. This siding option can and will withstand any siding damages caused by moisture & rot, bad weather, fire, pests, and the test of time.

Reviews from Satisfied Customers


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I contacted Infinity through a referral from someone at work. I scheduled an appointment with the courteous office staff, and Josh arrived on time and was prepared. Josh was very professional and friendly. He explained everything, was able to answer all of our questions, and left us feeling that we ...

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Roby Skrbis

5 Stars on Google

Had a great experience with Infinity Exteriors from start to finish. Worked with a few different staff members but with Caleb and Jake the most who were both fantastic. We needed our siding replaced due to cracking and buckling etc. Every meeting we had with the team that supported us was comfortabl...

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Debbie Moczyns

5 Stars on Google

Tom has been great to work with through the process of choosing windows and siding. I would recommend him to others.

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