People have learned that choosing the right siding and trim for their home will reduce maintenance costs and the need to repaint their home every three years. However, many people don’t like the appearance of traditional vinyl siding when they compare it to wood siding. They therefore believe that they have to choose between aesthetics and durability. The Tristate Windows and Siding factory has a third option. James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding in New Jersey is a premium siding product that has a unique visual quality that many homeowners prefer.
The texture is very smilar to cedar or other wood siding. The company very carefully selects siding and trim color combinations that will reflect a variety of home styles and tastes. However, any siding and trim is only as good as it’s installation. The carefully trained technicians will install the siding perfectly so that there is never any concern about it warping or the seams showing. Over 30 years of experience have taught them how to successfully work with a variety of materials. They are familiar with the harsh climate and have carefully selected materials that are appropriate for it.
Vinyl siding is often touted as being easy to wash. However, many homeowners have found that they have to use special soap to keep dust from sticking to it. They also have to be sure to use the power washer or hose properly so it doesn’t damage it. James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding in New Jersey is much less difficult to keep clean. There is no need for special soaps or power washer settings. Just rinsing it off with a garden house should keep it clean and sparkling.
Homeowners who know that they will be selling their homes in the near future want to make upgrades that will give them the most return on their investment. For eight consecutive years, remodeling experts have calculated that residing a home with James Hardie fiber cement siding is the most cost-effective improvement that a homeowner can make. Installing fiber cement siding gives 25 percent more value than adding a new bathroom. It is often the first item that prospective buyers notice as they approach a home.