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Engineered siding products are a popular alternative to wood, vinyl, and aluminum siding. Engineered wood and fiber cement have an authentic hardboard or real-wood appearance without the maintenance and expense of natural wood.

Engineered Wood Siding claims to have a technological edge over their real-wood counterparts. These products are engineered to eliminate flaws, resist deterioration, and be cost effective to install and maintain.

The boards are coated with a moisture-resistant overlay that is embossed with a cedar-grain pattern for an authentic appearance.

Engineered wood siding is easier and less costly to install than real wood siding. It is lighter in weight than wood and features advances that make installation easier. Engineered wood siding can be purchased pre-primed ready to paint, or pre-finished in any number of finish options, which reduces the field and labor time once installed.

Engineered wood siding costs about half the price of real wood, is available in 16-foot lengths, and can be ordered pre-primed. This all adds up to huge savings in time and money on the building site.

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement has been around for nearly a century and, like engineered wood siding, has certain advantages over natural wood. Today it is made from a mixture of Portland cement, cellulose or wood fiber material, sand, and other components. It can be formed into a variety of siding patterns, have a smooth or embossed face, or be textured for a cedar look. A special curing process leaves the final product with a low-moisture content, making it resistant to warping and conducive to paint application.

The product's main selling point is its durability: It is resistant to harsh weather, insects, and rot. Fiber cement is also marketed as fire-resistant, making it an ideal siding choice for homes wildfire regions. Installed much like real wood siding, Fiber cement siding comes in the same lengths and widths as wood siding and is installed the same way. It is more difficult to cut than real or engineered wood, and manufacturers insist that installers wear masks and goggles to protect against the harmful dust produced by cutting.

Fiber cement siding also costs about half as much as real wood, is virtually maintenance-free, will hold paint three times as long as real wood, and is easy to clean. With strong warranties for durability, homeowners can be assured that little additional money will go into maintaining the siding.

These engineered products are considered environmentally friendly since they help to prevent widespread clearing of tress for building purposes. Both fiber cement and engineered wood use wood wisely and have little negative impact on our forests.

Hardie Plank™ lap siding is the most popular brand of siding in America and can be found on millions of U.S. homes. With its strength, beauty, and durability, Hardie Plank™ siding enhances and protects homes in all kinds of climates. It comes in a variety of looks and textures, all of which include PrimePlus® sealer and primer, which provide an excellent painting surface. Hardie Plank™ lap siding comes with a 50-year transferable limited warranty.

Hardie Shingle™ siding has the same warm, authentic look as cedar shingles, yet it doesn’t rot, crack or split. It´s beautiful as a primary siding or as a complement to other styles of James Hardie® siding. Our shingle siding panels come in a variety of decorative edges, and expedite installation in larger areas. Ideal for smaller coverage areas, Hardie Shingle individual shingles come in a variety of widths for an authentic handcrafted look. James Hardie shingle siding products are available with a 30-year transferable limited warranty.

Hardie Panel™ For applications that call for vertical siding. Equal to our lap siding in value and long-lasting performance. Because of its structural strength, Hardie Panel siding may be used as a shear panel. When combined with Hardie Trim™ planks, it can also help you achieve a board-and-batten look. All styles of Hardie Panel siding are pre-primed with PrimePlus® sealer and primer. This proprietary process ensures uniform coverage of sealer and primer, providing an excellent surface for paints and resisting fungus and mildew. Hardie Panel vertical siding comes with a 50-year transferable limited warranty.

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Most Common House Siding Styles

Horizontal Siding

Horizontal Siding - One of the most common and popular siding styles horizontal siding uses individual boards (or the appearance of such), which typically overlap each other to protect against wind and rain infiltrating joints in the siding. Horizontal siding is attached to the home by nailing through the sheathing and directly into the studs of the house frame.

Vertical Siding

Vertical Siding - Vertical siding is usually nailed to strips of wood, which are attached across the wall studs of the home. This siding may require installing wooden strips over the joints (board and batten) or chalking the joints to ensure there is no leaking.

Sheet Siding

Sheet Siding – available in several materials but are most commonly plywood (1-11) or metal used on inexpensive buildings, as it is typically the least expensive option available. This siding is also nailed directly to the wall studs of the home.

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