Residential James Hardie Board Siding Installation in Sumter, SC
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James Hardie Board Siding is fiber cement siding. It a super durable style of siding manufactured by the James Hardie company that is made of cellulose fibers combined with sand and cement that, when combined, make a significantly sturdy material. Hardie Board offers an attractive home covering alternative that will hold up for years to come and look great on your house. Hardie Board is also eco-friendly because of the materials used in the production process.
Hardie Board costs less than actual wood and it doesn't crack, swell, attract insects, or retain water. In fact, it is water resistant and protects a home from water ingress overall. There are many baked-on color choices that could be right for your selection of Hardie Board siding. Hardie Board has a plethora of styles and colors and can make any home stand out with extra curb appeal that the neighbors will talk about.
Hardie Board is known to hold up to the outside elements and resists most of whatever mother nature can throw at it and our hardie plank installers can help you resolve your james hardie siding needs. It is also non-combustible providing protection against fire and can sometimes help reduce the costs of homeowner's insurance. Along with being weather resistant, it doesn't invite the usual suspects such as carpenter ants or termites.
Hardie Board has many possibilities for installation. The varied styles from plank lap, vertical, shingle, architectural, and regular horizontal siding gives you, the customer, more choice as to the look and feel of the exterior presentation your home, as well as a myriad of trim choices to finish off the project.
Some things to consider when thinking of choosing Hardie Board siding are the length of the installation process and the initial cost. As with brick veneer, this can be a more expensive initial investment for the home, but in the long run, can produce a much higher ROI, as the siding can last for more than 40 years if maintained well. Also, since it does hold up well to the elements, it will contribute to the overall resale value of the home in the future. Hardie Board will require infrequent maintenance and may require a new coat of paint every 15 years or so.