Fiber Cement Siding
There is another type of material for siding – fiber cement.
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Fiber Cement is one of the most durable choices for both residential houses and commercial buildings. The number of advantages are greater than the number of fiber cement siding disadvantages.
- Durable & Long Lasting
- Won’t Rot Nor Succumb To Pests
- Dimensionally Stable
- Available Primed and Painted
- Long Duration Warranties
- Good Aesthetic Appeal
- Mid-Range Pricing
- Installation Offers Some Challenges
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There are different manufacturers and types of Fiber Cement Siding on the market of Greater Vancouver, British Columbia.
James Hardie Industries (JHI) has become synonymous with fiber-cement siding.
HardiePlank is the classic, flagship JHI product. It’s a simple 5/16″ thick by 12′ long lap siding, in widths ranging from 5 1/4″ to 8 1/4″. It comes in a variety of shades with the color already baked in. If you want something more exciting, paint it. All fiber-cement can be painted.
HardiePlank® Lap Siding
HardiePanel® Vertical Siding
Allura Plycem (Formerly CertainTeed – CertainTeed sold their fiber cement siding manufacturing facilities to Allura) product line consist of Architectural Panels, lap siding, panel siding, Plycem trim, shingles and shakes, soffit, and backerboard and underlayment.
Choose from 22 different colors and 6 different textures. From smooth to stucco, from vertical siding to half rounds, Allura offers a wide array of fiber cement siding options to beautify the exterior of any home or commercial project.
Allura Fiber Cement Architectural Panels
Allura Lap siding
Allura Shingles and Shakes
7″ Straight Perfection Shingles
5″ Straight Edge
7″ Staggered Edge
7″ Straight Edge
8″ Staggered or Straight