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James Hardie Siding Installation Company

James Hardie siding successfully resists the damaging effects of moisture, rot, pests, fire, flying debris, and severe weather. Your home remains secure against various threats to its integrity, and you’re less likely to need costly repairs.

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Siding is armor for your home. It should give your house effective protection and hold up against all kinds of powerful forces. Blizzards, pounding rain, battering winds, harsh sunlight, and extremes of heat and cold all work to chip away at your house. Your siding is a key barrier against the damage. It also helps you maintain a clean, dry atmosphere and stable temperatures indoors. Along with its practical functions, your siding also plays a critical role in the appearance of your home. Even though the primary purpose of siding is to offer protection, you still have to consider how it can enhance your home’s beauty.

We’re experts at working with James Hardie siding and enthusiastically recommend it for your home. This award-winning brand has a stellar reputation. The company constantly works to refine its products and innovate with materials. For example, ColorPlus Technology results in colors tailored to your specifications and resistant to fading and cracking. James Hardie products have been installed on millions of homes throughout North America, and the siding has been designed for different climates. Along with appearing beautiful and stylish, the materials are durable and backed by long warranties. When you call on us to install James Hardie siding, we’ll help you with each step of the process, including choosing the right type of siding for your home. There are numerous options for designs and colors, and we can help you figure out the best combinations. You’ll have the relief of knowing your home is protected by powerful siding that looks incredible.

WHY HIRE TEAM FAHEY TO INSTALL YOUR JAMES HARDIE SIDING?

Because siding plays such an important role in protecting your home and making it more beautiful, you should hire contractors who combine technical mastery with aesthetic sensibility.

THE BIG PICTURE
Before we start working on your siding project, we provide you with the details and visuals that will help you see the outcome. It’s important that you know what your home will look like and how you’ll benefit from the siding.
TRANSPARENCY
We don’t withhold information from you, sneak hidden fees into our project, or spring any other unpleasant surprises on you. When discussing the project, we give you complete explanations and answers, and we always operate with honesty.
COMFORT AND HAPPINESS
With new siding, you should be able to enjoy a home that has a lovely, fresh look and makes you feel comfortable. We work to make you completely happy with the results of the project and its effects on your home.
LONG-LASTING QUALITY
When you install siding, you want the comfort of knowing that it’s going to last and not demand too much maintenance. With generous warranties and a reputation for durability, James Hardie siding is a reliable long-term investment for your home.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We know how chaotic and hectic it can be to try and find a siding contractor who you can trust. We stick to the rigid building codes that our industry follows so that your siding not only looks good, but is safe as well.

How does James Hardie siding compare to brick, vinyl, and stucco when it comes to price?
To answer this question most accurately, you would need to make comparisons between specific products. However, if you want a general idea of cost, let’s use the example of HardiePlank siding. It generally costs more than vinyl siding, but it’s typically less expensive than synthetic stucco and brick. It’s also roughly equal to or less than the cost of composite siding.
How does James Hardie fiber cement siding compare to vinyl siding?
People may want vinyl siding because it seems like a more cost-effective choice than fiber cement. However, vinyl siding has some weaknesses. It’s generally more prone to warping and other physical damage, it tends to show poorer fire resistance, and it fades unevenly, decreasing your home’s curb appeal. In contrast, fiber cement is more durable and lasts up to 50 years. It shows impressive fire resistance and more resilience to harsh sunlight and rough weather.
What does it mean to be a James Hardie Preferred Contractor?
To become a preferred contractor, you need to meet a variety of requirements by the James Hardie company. Your work crew gets trained directly by the company and learns the best practices for installing James Hardie siding. Contractors also need to maintain a reputable business with an excellent track record. James Hardie will even randomly audit the work of preferred contractors to ensure that they continue to produce superlative results.
How do I know fiber cement siding is as good as the James Hardie company says it is?
Third-party testing from rigorous organizations is a great way to see if a company’s claims hold up to scrutiny. HardiePlank lap siding, for example, has earned the Good Housekeeping Seal from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. To receive this award, the siding was subjected to a battery of tests demonstrating its strong resistance to fire, moisture retention, and fading. You can feel confident that the siding will strengthen your home and make it more beautiful.
How does James Hardie siding hold up against the weather elements?
The company uses the HardieZone System to tailor their products to different climate zones. This means that your siding is engineered to be uniquely responsive to weather patterns at your geographic location. James Hardie siding does an excellent job withstanding intense sunlight exposure, heat waves, heavy rain, blizzards, powerful winds, and other weather phenomena. We’ll help you pick the siding products that are best suited for your climate zone and the style of your home.