James Hardie Siding in Arkansas

Why choose James Hardie® siding? 
We're glad you asked!

Siding is exposed to Mother Nature all day, every day, for years. Weather, water, time, fire and pests - all can lead to trouble. That's why James Hardie's hardworking products are engineered to stand up, beautifully, whatever the elements have in store for you.
     There are many reasons to choose James Hardie siding over vinyl, the first of which is appearance. James Hardie siding is over five times thicker than vinyl, allowing for deeper grooves and a more authentic wood-grain effect. The result is more elegant than vinyl (which is plastic), particularly on a historic home.
     Rarely is there a product that combines beauty and durability. James Hardie siding is one of those rare products. Re-siding with fiber cement is the smartest investment you can make in your house. Even smarter: Choosing fiber cement from the industry leader. That’s why those in the know choose James Hardie® siding and trim. In 20 years you will say to yourself, "I made the right decision. I got the right product. I hired the right company."
     Then comes function. Vinyl melts easily in a fire (or even from the reflection of the sun off Low-E glass windows); James Hardie products are noncombustible. Vinyl may crack and warp from the elements; James Hardie products are more durable and resist warping, sagging and melting.
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James Hardie® Siding vs Vinyl

James Hardie® siding is the very best choice for siding for your home. Period. There are countless reasons why and we will discuss a few of them on this page. Let's face it, vinyl siding is cheaper to install. However, like most cheaper alternatives in life, it's not a very good value in the longer term, in fact, it's not a very good value in the shorter term either.
Five Things to Consider About Vinyl Siding...

1. It's Only A Cover-Up. Since vinyl siding is typically installed over your old problematic existing siding your current problems may continue to get worse. Additionally, since vinyl is not tightly nailed to the home, it invites insects and moisture to build behind panels, potentially penetrating the structure of the home.
2. It's Flammable. Vinyl siding will melt or warp when exposed to a significant source of heat or flame. Some cases have even been reported that vinyl siding has melted and warped due to the heat from the reflection of the sun from a nearby neighbor's window.
3. It Fades. If you've been told that vinyl siding lasts a "Life-Time", think again. Over time all colors are going to fade from the sun. So with vinyl what are my options:
a. Install a replacement piece. Good luck finding a matching color.
b. Pay to have the entire wall, or house resided with vinyl again.
c. You can attempt to paint it, but because it was designed to expand and contract with climate changes, painted vinyl panels tend to crack and peel over time.
4. The Warranty. What does "Life-Time" really mean? Be sure to closely review the warranty's fine print to see what is truly covered and for how long. Review closely a vinyl manufacturer's definition of "Normal Weathering." Ask your vinyl sales rep how much is (4) Hunter Units. In addition most of those warranties have confusing pro-ratings that almost always favor the manufacturer.
5. Curb Appeal. Although vinyl siding attempts to imitate the look of wood siding, aesthetically it falls short. Many would argue that its overlapping seams and faux wood grain are very unnatural, leaving the home looking like plastic and lacking curb appeal.
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HardiePlank Lap Siding
     HardiePlank lap siding is the most popular brand of siding in America and can be found on over 5.5 million homes. With its strength, beauty and durability, HardiePlank lap siding enhances and protects homes in all kinds of climates—and now, with the HardieZone® System, James Hardie provides fiber cement siding with specific performance attributes relative to the climate where the siding product is being used. James Hardie now gives you the optimum siding for your home and climate, regardless of location.
     All HardiePlank lap siding comes in a variety of looks and textures, all of which are Engineered for Climate®. We are so sure about how well the HardieZone system will perform, HardiePlank lap siding comes with a 30-year nonprorated, transferable, limited warranty—our strongest warranty ever.
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     HardieShingle siding has the same warm, authentic look as cedar siding shingles, yet it resists rotting, cracking, and splitting. It's beautiful as a primary siding or as a complement to other styles of James Hardie® siding, and HardieShingle is also engineered for Climate® to better withstand a home's particular weather challenges. Our shingle siding panels come in a variety of decorative edges, and expedite installation when used in larger areas. HardieShingle individual siding shingles come in a selection of widths for an authentic handcrafted look and are also ideal for smaller coverage areas. James Hardie fiber cement shingle siding products are available with our strongest warranty ever. HardieShingle siding is protected by a 30-year non-prorated, transferable, limited warranty.
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Fiber Cement Vertical Siding
     HardiePanel vertical siding provides value and long-lasting performance. As with all of our exterior products, HardiePanel is Engineered for Climate® and will stand up against your climate's harshest conditions. When combined with HardieTrim® boards, HardiePanel vertical siding gives you a traditional board-and-batten siding look. HardiePanel vertical siding comes with our strongest warranty ever. It is protected by a 30-year nonprorated, transferable, limited warranty.
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Fiber Cement Trim Boards
     Our fiber cement siding trim adds the finishing touches to beautiful, lasting James Hardie homes, and are Engineered for Climate®, so you get the right siding for your home no matter how harsh the weather is where you live. HardieTrim® boards provide unmatched durability and allow you to create a variety of design possibilities for trim, gables, corners, fascia, windows, doors, column wraps, rakes, friezes, decorative trim and other non-structural architectural elements. HardieTrim boards come with a 15-year transferable, limited warranty.
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Fiber Cement Soffit Panels
     James Hardie Soffit panels are available in a vented and non-vented in a range of pre-cut sizes. As with all James Hardie siding products, HardieSoffit panels are Engineered for Climate®, so you can have peace of mind that your siding products will stand up to the harshest elements no matter where you live. HardieSoffit panels are noncombustible and come with a 30-year non prorated, transferable, limited warranty.
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James Hardie Videos

We hope you enjoy these videos from James Hardie. They will answer many of the questions you may have as well as show you some of the many features of their products.
Introducing the James Hardie 
Contractor’s Eye™ 3D Home Estimator
How Its Made: 
James Hardie Siding
James Hardie Siding - Durability, Low Maintenance & Design
James Hardie: America's #1 Brand of Siding
James Hardie Siding - Over Time
Architects Share Why They Choose James Hardie Products
A Beautiful Transformation: A James Hardie Re-side from Start
Helping Habitat for Humanity Build Sustainable Homes
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