James Hardie Siding vs. Vinyl Infographic
Vinyl is a popular siding option for homes in the U.S. It’s cheap, and relatively low maintenance. But vinyl doesn’t offer the same elegance as wood, and can’t protect your home from fire, weather, and flying debris. That’s why HardiePlank fiber cement siding was invented by James Hardie. Check out the infographic below to see why over 5.5 million homes across North America prefer Hardie Plank siding to vinyl!
James Hardie Siding vs. Vinyl
Hardie Plank fiber cement siding and vinyl siding are two of the most popular types of house siding used today. But which does a better job of…
- Beautifying your home and enhancing its curb appeal?
- Protecting your home from fire, wind, and rain?
- Improving your home’s energy efficiency?
Find out why 5.5 million homes in North America prefer James Hardie siding over vinyl.
1. Flame Resistance
James Hardie: Non-combustible, and approved for fire-rated construction.
Vinyl: Melts or burns when exposed to significant heat or flame.
2. Color Flexibility
James Hardie: Can be painted any color, and color lasts longer than with wood.
Vinyl: Color can’t be changed, and can easily fade. Difficult to match when repairs are needed.
3. Weather Resistance
James Hardie: resists rotting, warping, cracking, hail, and high winds up to 150 mph.
Vinyl: Becomes brittle in cold weather and can be damaged by hail, tree limbs, and other flying debris.
James Hardie: 5 times thicker than vinyl. Provides extra durability and protection for your home.
Vinyl: Only 5/100″ thick.
Hardie Plank Siding
Low maintenance, durability, flexibility, and protection.
Choosing Hardie Plank siding from James Hardie just makes sense.
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