As we near the end of summer, we encourage homeowners to upgrade their siding to prepare for our famous Colorado winters. We are known for our freezing temperatures throughout the state, and one of the best ways to protect your home year-round is to replace your siding with James Hardie fiber cement.
Fiber cement is becoming an extremely popular choice for homeowners throughout the country, and at Scottish Home Improvements, we pride ourselves in providing the very best for each client, including the great siding selections that come with fiber cement.
Why Choose James Hardie
Fiber cement siding is a combination of wood fibers, sand, cement, and water that create an extremely durable, long-lasting material. James Hardie has developed the perfect formula of fiber cement to match our unique climate in Colorado, which means that you can really get the most out of your siding investment.
James Hardie siding offers some serious benefits to homeowners. Unlike wood siding, it won’t require frequent refinishing, and it also won’t warp, crack, or rot over time with exposure to moisture. This means considerably less maintenance overtime, and less of an on-going cost. Fiber cement can also make your home fire-resistant, something that can make a huge difference in Colorado.
You might be thinking with all these great benefits that it must look terrible, industrial even. Instead, however, you’ll be pleasantly surprised that James Hardie Siding actually comes in a vast array of beautiful colors and styles, even those that mimic the look of natural wood. Our experts will take the time to actually impose different style options onto photos of your home so you can really feel comfortable with your choices for colors and design.
James Hardie Siding with Scottish this Winter
If you would like to learn more about getting fiber cement siding installed on your home in time for winter this year, give us a call or send an email today. We’ll set you up with an expert to come to your and give you an estimate on getting the most protective siding on your home for this winter, and for many seasons to come!