Stand Up to Winter Weather with Fiber Cement Siding

house-buried-in-snowWinter in New England can do a number on your home, especially if we are hit with a season of storms like we saw in 2014-15. Low temperatures, heavy snowfall, and high winds all factor into the comfort and safety of your home. That is why we have to make sure our homes are up to the task and tough enough to withstand another harsh New England winter.

Replacing your existing siding with fiber cement siding is a simple and effective way to ensure that your home will hold up against the elements. Fiber cement siding is the leading choice for durable, weatherproof siding in New England and in many colder climates around the country.

What is Fiber Cement Siding?

Fiber cement is a siding composite made from a mixture of sustainable raw materials such as cement, sand, and wood fibers. James Hardie®, the nation’s leading producer of fiber cement siding, makes top quality fiber cement siding in a wide range of colors and textures. Their revolutionary HardieZone™ system equips their siding with performance features that are specifically suited for the climate in which the siding is installed. That means that when you install James Hardie fiber cement siding in New England, it is custom designed to withstand our harsh winters.

Nationally prominent Remodeling magazine has consistently rated fiber cement siding as one of the home improvements offering the highest return on investment. And it is no wonder! The combination of beautiful looks, superior durability, and low maintenance make fiber cement siding a smart choice.

If you are interested in learning more about James Hardie fiber cement siding for your home, or would like to see a sample of the product, call Hi-Tech Windows & Siding toll free at (800) 851-0900. We are James Hardie Elite Preferred contractors and offer an unparalleled level of service and expertise when it comes to fiber cement siding.

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