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All natural, non-toxic, renewable materials that make for a highly durable alternative to vinyl and wood siding products.
James Hardie vs Vinyl Siding Comparison Chart
JAMES HARDIE® SIDING
James Hardie siding is noncombustible. Approved for fire-rated construction.
Vinyl siding will melt or burn when exposed to a significant source of heat or flame.
Factory applied, baked on paint finish provides up to 30% better fade resistance than competitive products.*
Color can't be changed and is susceptible to fading. Fades at noticeably different rates, creating color inconsistency.
Resists rotting, warping, cracking, hail, and high winds up to 150 mph.
Can become brittle when exposed to extremely cold weather. Easily damaged by hail, limbs, and other flying debris.
James Hardie siding is 5x thicker than vinyl, providing deeper shadow lines and a more natural wood grain texture.
Even premium vinyl siding is only 5/100" thick. Unnatural, imitation-wood look completely lacks character and curb appeal.
* James Hardie accelerated QUV tests results compared to nationally available premium paint in lab environment.
James Hardie vs Wood Siding Comparison Chart
James Hardie siding is non-combustible. Approved for fire-rated construction.
Wood based siding will burn when exposed to a significant source of heat or flame.
The only siding product engineered for your local climate. Resists rotting, warping, cracking, hail, and high winds up to 150 mph. *
Rot caused by moisture exposure is a common problem in wood based siding.
James Hardie siding is resistant to woodpeckers, termites and other pests known to cause damage to wood siding.
Wood based siding is easily damaged by woodpeckers, termites and other pests.
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