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Frustrated by warped wooden siding? Ready to upgrade to something that can protect your home while enhancing its beauty? James Hardie siding and panels are designed to do just that! James Hardie invented fiber cement siding which resists moisture and rot - unlike vinyl or wood siding which are both susceptible to the elements. It’s even resistant to fire and won’t ignite when exposed to a direct flame. Plus, James Hardie siding has a wide array of textures and styles so your home will be elegant and protected for years.
The new Aspyre Collection by James Hardie is luxury siding that combines unique Artisan and sleek Reveal siding to create an innovative and modern look on any house or building. HardiePlank lap siding is often described as strong and timeless and is James Hardie’s best-selling product covering over 5.5 million homes in North America. HardiePanel vertical siding is an especially smart design choice for contemporary homes and is engineered for various weather conditions, prolonging the life of the siding. HardieShingle brings the look of cedar shingles with less maintenance in both staggered edge and straight edge panels.
Design details matter throughout the exterior of your home and James Hardie also has trim and soffit options available so your entire home can benefit from durable, beautiful coverage. HardieTrim boards provide unmatched durability and allow you creative design possibilities for trim, gables, corners, fascia, windows, doors and other non-structural architectural elements. HardieSoffit panels eliminate the need for separate box or strip vents and minimize the need for cutting.
Please check your local McCoy’s Building Supply for product availability and pricing. Aspyre Collection and siding with ColorPlus Technology is only available through Special Order with an estimated arrival time of two weeks after the order is placed. McCoy’s offers customers the option to ship Special Order Aspyre and ColorPlus siding directly to a McCoy’s Building Supply store or to a jobsite.
There’s a reason the traditional farmhouse style is still trending after hundreds of years. It’s simple, stylish and smart—one that centers on sustainable design. Try this approach to modern farmhouse exterior design and you’ve likely got a home style that will stick around another hundred.
If you’ve ever admired the texture of a folk Victorian home or ogled a rustic-chic farmhouse, you’re probably familiar with board and batten siding, even if you weren’t sure what to call it. You may have seen it all over Pinterest boards and Instagram feeds, gracing the pages of design magazines, or even on the exteriors of homes in your own neighborhood.
The world of architecture and exterior design can throw an awful lot of unfamiliar vocabulary your way. By getting to know your fascia from your friezes, you can begin to speak the same language as your contractor or builder, which may help your siding project go that much smoother. Use this list for answers to frequently asked questions about common siding terminology so you can start to speak like a pro.