Posts Tagged ‘James Hardie’

James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding Pre Primed vs Color Plus Pre Painted

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James Hardie Plank Siding is available in Pre Primed or Color Plus (Pre Painted) So what’s better for me? Pre Primed- Pre Primed is a great option for the homeowner who wants to dial in the exact color they want. Sherwin Williams has a book of thousands of colors. You can also color match or […]

HydroGap Weather Barrier Exterior Envelope

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Weather Barrier Exterior Envelope – HydroGap is a Weather Barrier with a built-in rain screen. Oregon State code requires a rain screen system to allow any water or moisture that possibly gets behind the siding to drain out and away from the structure. A rain screen system is not required in Washington state yet but […]

James Hardie 7th Generation Siding

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James Hardie is currently on the 7th generation Fiber Cement Board. They have invested in research and development to engineer the world’s most durable siding. There are 2 climate zones of Hardie. HZ5 and HZ10. HZ10 is designed for high humidity, hot dry and hi levels of rainfall. HZ5 is designed for Freezing temperatures and […]

Products Elite Home Exteriors NW Specializes In

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Elite Home Exteriors NW Specializes in many different exterior products. Looking to have work done on your exterior? Take a look below. Not on the list? Feel free to contact us directly we may be able to help! Siding – James Hardie Plank Color Plus James Hardie Plank Pre Primed James Hardie Plank Artisan & […]

James Hardie Plank Siding Contractor and Installation

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What is Fiber Cement siding? Fiber Cement Siding is a composite of materials made of cement reinforced with cellulose fibers. It’s very durable, looks modern and comes with a manufactures warranty. It can out last any other siding when taken care of. Benefits Of James Hardie Siding – Resistant to Termites Does Not Rot Impact […]

James Hardie Plank Exterior Design Ideas

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James Hardie Plank Design Ideas James Hardie Plank Siding has many great design options to give your home durability and curb appeal. Lap Siding, Panel Siding, Shake Siding, Aspyre and Artisan (Extra Thick panels). You have many great options to choose from. Ask us for some design idea suggestions to make your home the best […]

James Hardie Trim VS Wood Trim

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James Hardie Trim VS Wood Trim – Fiber Cement vs Wood siding is a common question here in the Northwest if you are looking for an exterior investment. Some contractors will use wood corners and window trim because it’s a little cheaper than James Hardie Trim. Bad idea! Here is why…. James Hardie Trim – […]

Different ways to spell “Hardie”

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Different ways to spell “Hardie” Yes there are different ways people to spell “James Hardie” but lucky Google will auto correct during your Contractor search. Some companies purposefully misspell “James Hardie” in their website to pick up on that search term in hopes you click on their website. Some contractors use bait and switch and […]

Elite Home Exteriors NW Service Areas

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Elite Home Exteriors NW is a Siding, Roofing, Paint, Doors, Windows, Stone, Decking and Gutters Contractor. Areas we service – Oregon – Elite Home Exteriors NW works in Portland, Hillsboro, Gresham, Beaverton, Canby, Oregon City, Tigard, Woodburn, Salem, Cornelius, Hubbard, Fairview, Troutdale, Banks, Estacada, Forest, Grove, Lake Oswego, McMinnville, Molalla, Newberg, North Plains, St. Helens, […]

James Hardie Code with ELITE Installation

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James Hardie Warranty – Believe it or not, James Hardie Siding isn’t always installed to J.H. code. There are many ways a siding installer can void the Warranty. A few ways to VOID the James Hardie Warranty – Face nail with incorrect size nails. Caulk the lap joints. Not nailing to studs. Not install Z […]

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