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James Hardie Home Siding

James Hardie Inc. is an Australian company and the world leader in fiber cement manufacturing. The company was first formed in Melbourne in 1888, and today boasts manufacturing operations in the US, Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines.

James Hardie specializes in fiber cement products. The firm has developed an entire range of flame, bug, moisture, mold, and impact resistant products for the home, from siding to soffets, trim, and flashing. It also produces backerboard for tile installations.

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James Hardie House Siding : Fiber Cement Siding Specialists

James Hardie Inc. is an Australian company and the world leader in fiber cement manufacturing. The company was first formed in Melbourne in 1888, and today boasts manufacturing operations in the US, Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines.

James Hardie specializes in fiber cement products. The firm has developed an entire range of flame, bug, moisture, mold, and impact resistant products for the home, from siding to soffets, trim, and flashing. It also produces backerboard for tile installations.

James Hardie's siding is made from a proprietary (and sustainable) blend of sand, Portland cement, water, and wood fiber. It is durable and designed to last a lifetime, offering unique protections from natural threats such as fire, hurricanes, and hail. Hardie fiber cement siding is non-combustible, can withstand winds up to 150 mph (in 3second gusts), tolerates large and small missile impact, and is Class V flood-resistant.

James Hardie Inc. is the largest manufacturer of fiber cement siding in North America. Its siding can be found on millions of American homes, from fire-prone California to the hurricane-battered Gulf and Atlantic coasts. More and more developers are choosing James Hardie siding for their projects due to its superior performance and long- lasting good looks.

James Hardie places a premium on protecting the environment and maintaining sustainable practices. It uses renewable resources to produce its siding products, and strives to keep its manufacturing process as green as possible by obtaining its resources locally and recycling the water used in production. James Hardie cement fiber siding has been used in LEED® certified buildings such as the Robert Redford Building for the Natural Resources Defense Council, one of the highest-ranked LEED®-rated buildings in America, and many others.

Fiber cement siding is bug proof, won't rot or crack, and creates a better, more efficient envelope around the home. James Hardie siding can save homeowners money on energy bills, eliminate or reduce paint costs (depending on whether consumers take advantage of ColorPlus®), and can even lower insurance premiums.

James Hardie Inc. produces three cement fiber siding products: HardiePlank Lap Siding, HardieShingle Siding, and HardiePanel Vertical Siding. All of them can be ordered in 26 factory finished colors from the ColorPlus® Collection or painted after installation.

The ColorPlus® Collection was initially created to ensure color and application consistency. The result of years of development is an environmentally friendly, factory controlled process that eliminates dangerous VOCs and produces a baked-in finish that lasts two times longer than any other paint. It also offers 30% better fade resistance and adheres up to 400% better.

HardiePlank™ is the most popular brand of siding in America, and comes pre-primed with PrimePlus® sealer and primer. HardiePlank™ comes in 12-foot lengths, 5/16-inch thicknesses, and a variety of widths. It is available in nine different regionally-specific styles, such as Colonial Roughsawn®, Smooth, Beaded Cedarmill®, and Rustic Cedar.

HardieShingle resembles cedar shingles, but without the disadvantages of wood, such as insects, splitting, or rotting. HardieShingle is available in 1/4-inch thicknesses, a variety of sizes and widths, and four distinct edge types, including half-round notched and staggered edge notched.

HardiePanel offers the same benefits as HardiePlank and is also treated with PrimePlus®, which helps fend off fungus and mildew. HardiePanel™ comes in 5/16-inch thicknesses, varying widths, and four styles: Cedarmill®, Smooth, Stucco, and Sierra 8.

James Hardie Inc. is so confident in its products, it offers a 50- year transferable warranty on its plank and panel siding, and a 30- year warranty on its shingle siding. ColorPlus® also comes with its own 15-year warranty.

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