Friday, August 16th, 2019 by Ted Swanson
Homeowners in the Twin Cities are no stranger to changing weather – we saw that this summer with the huge hail storms in Burnsville, Lakeville, Brooklyn Park, Maple Grove, Blaine and more areas.
For homeowners looking for a design upgrade while also protecting their home against the elements, James Hardie is hitting the mark for leading design while providing maximum protection for home against the elements.
James Hardie’s award-winning designers have curated a perfect selection of color swatches best suited for your home’s exterior. Working with your designer means choosing the perfect color to fit your home, with the trim to make it shine. We’re seeing more and more beautifully designed James Hardie homes through Minneapolis neighborhoods, and the superior design elements are attracting more homeowners.
James Hardie® siding and trim are Engineered for Climate®, with performance attributes that take into account the harsh winters and steady summer storms we see in our area. The HardieZone® System entails climate-specific product formulations for the Midwest - the HZ5® product zone. HZ5 siding is winter ready, able to resist shrinking, swelling and cracking even after years of wet or freezing conditions. Twin Cities storms can cause severe winds, but James Hardie siding and trim are made with fiber cement, making them a strong option to help resist the impact of windblown debris.
In Minnesota, pests are a huge issue for siding, particularly woodpeckers. James Hardie’s fiber cement siding is designed to resist woodpecker damage and pest invasion. Cladding your home in James Hardie siding and trim protects it from the pecking pests that wreak havoc across the Midwest.
James Hardie’s ColorPlus® Technology is designed for the summer’s heat and beating sun. The ColorPlus Technology finish is multi-coated, baked-on and helps resist fade from damaging UV rays to retain vibrancy longer than paint applied on the job site.
Interested in Learning More about James Hardie? Call 952.920.9520 now!