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Benefit To You:

The BBB is the preeminent, unbiased resource to help you find a trustworthy company to do business with.

What This Is:

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) and its members are dedicated to professional conduct, continuing education and training, and fair and ethical treatment within the industry.

Benefit To You:

When you hire a NARI member, you are hiring an individual who has made a strong commitment to the professionalism of the remodeling industry and to his or her business.

What This Is:

The U.S. Green Building Council is committed to a prosperous and sustainable future through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings.

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USGBC members commit to transforming the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.

What This Is:

Signifies that the contractor is an elite installer of James Hardie® ColorPlus® Siding – offering you a beautiful, consistent finish that lasts.

Benefit To You:

Protect the beauty of your home with a multi-coat, baked on paint finish applied by James Hardie in our factory. Removes all potential deficiencies associated with “painting on-site” and is backed by a 15-year finish warranty.

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Why Settle for Vinyl?


In a recent study of homeowners who replaced their siding with vinyl siding, more than 50% stated that they would have chosen James Hardie fiber-cement siding had they been informed on the advantages prior to making their vinyl siding purchase.

Which siding would you rather have protecting your home?


Vinyl Siding vs. James Hardie Siding

Flame
Resistance

Flame Resistance

Vinyl siding will melt or burn when exposed to a significant source of heat or flame.

Flame Resistance

James Hardie fiber cement siding is noncombustible. Approved for fire-rated construction.

Fade
Resistance

Fade Resistance

Vinyl siding color can't be changed and is susceptible to fading. And it is difficult to get a perfect match when vinyl siding repairs are needed.

Fade Resistance

The ColorPlus Technology factory applied, baked-on finish color provides up to 30% better color fade resistance than competitive products.*

Weather
Resistance

Weather Resistance

Vinyl siding can be damaged by hail, tree limbs, and other flying debris.

Weather Resistance

James Hardie fiber cement siding resists rotting, warping, cracking, hail, and high winds up to 150 mph.

Thickness

Thickness

Even premium vinyl siding is only 5/100" thick.

Thickness

James Hardie siding is 5x thicker than vinyl siding, providing more durability and protection for your home.

* James Hardie accelerated QUV tests results compared to nationally available premium paint in lab environment.

Five Things to Consider About Vinyl Siding

1. It's Only A Cover-Up. Since vinyl siding is often 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 

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.

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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Denver, CO 80223
720-386-3036

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