What is Hardie Board Siding?

James Hardie was the first company to develop fiber cement siding and trim in the 1980’s. Since then, James Hardie has invested over $100 million in research, development, and product advancement. It is no wonder Hardie Board siding, just like the company, stands the test of time.

Longevity

James Hardie tests all siding and trim products against outdoor elements. This includes severe elements such as hurricanes, snowstorms, and fire, as well as more common elements including UV rays, rain, pests, and the changing of the seasons. James Hardie siding products come with a 30-year, non-prorated warranty, and trim products come with a 15-year, non-prorated warranty.

Region Specific Products

We all know that different climates have different weather elements, so James Hardie creates products for specific regions. Whether you live in a wet region, a state with freezing temperatures, or a hot and humid climate, the HardieZone® system will ensure you get the best type of siding for your region. Click here to enter your zip code and learn more.

Design

When it comes to real estate, we want it all – longevity and great design. Hardie Board siding and trim offers multiple options. Depending on your preferences, you can keep a traditional look, or create a modern aesthetic. James Hardie products also use ColorPlus® Technology, which helps keep color bright and fresh.

When building The Residences at 66 High Street, we knew we wanted superior quality, luxury appeal, and products that last. This is why we chose James Hardie products for our siding and trim.

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