James Hardie Siding is Known for its Performance and Durability
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.
More durable than vinyl and wood-based siding products, which may rot, curl, warp, or split from extended exposure to freeze and thaw cycles, James Hardie products are also fire resistant, pest resistant and very close to hail-proof. Get peace of mind knowing that James Hardie siding products are resistant to just about anything Mother Nature can throw at them.
JAMES HARDIE STANDS UP TO NEBRASKA WEATHER
James Hardie siding products are designed specifically for the harsh Midwest climate that we experience here in the Omaha, NE Metro area. Made from fiber cement, James Hardie siding products are scientifically engineered to resist the harshest weather conditions, including: hail, thunderstorms, hurricanes, UV rays, snowstorms, and more.
BE READY FOR ANYTHING
Because bad weather can strike at any time, James Hardie tests their products to better withstand worst-case scenarios. But it’s not only extremes that break down siding: the change of seasons does a number on materials such as vinyl (which may crack in the cold) and wood products (which expand and contract with changes in moisture and humidity). Only James Hardie products are Engineered for Climate®.
A HARDIEZONE® FOR EVERYONE
After studying the long-term effects that different climates have on siding, James Hardie created the HardieZone® system, to ensure that you get the right product for your region. HZ5® products are made to resist wet, freezing conditions.
THE BEST PRODUCTS FOR OUR REGION
You Live in HardieZone 5.
The Midwest has extreme seasonal temperature variations and year-round precipitation. James Hardie’s HZ5 products are formulated with the highest quality raw materials and proprietary additives to reduce moisture intrusion. This helps prevent the siding from growing mold, shrinking, swelling and cracking.
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