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James Hardie® siding has consistently been the number one siding choice for both homeowners and exterior remodeling professionals for decades. And with the James Hardie HardiePanel® line of vertical siding, homeowners are given a wide variety of tough and long-lasting boards with designs that can elevate your exteriors.

James Hardie® HardiePanel® Vertical

Here is a quick rundown from our experts at DryTech Roofing LLC on HardiePanel siding and the benefits they can provide to your home:

Durability You Can Trust

James Hardie fiber cement siding is a first for many reasons. For one thing, James Hardie actually invented fiber cement and has since revolutionized the siding industry. Over the years, the company has developed ways to give this hardy material more strength to face demanding weather conditions, and they have done all this while also making sure that their siding products look good on any style of home.

Superior Finish

HardiePanel, like many James Hardie siding products, is finished with the exclusive ColorPlus® Technology, ensuring even color application and long-lasting paint adhesion. While HardiePanel vertical siding already has great textures like smooth, stucco, Cedarmill® and Sierra 8, the option to give them a fresh new coat is still available.

More Bang for Your Buck

Compared to other siding materials such as aluminum, wood, and vinyl, James Hardie plank siding has remained the top product in Remodeling Magazine’s “Cost vs. Value Report” for 11 years and counting. Re-siding your home with fiber cement is a worthwhile investment to boost not just your curb appeal, but the value of your home as well.

Our exterior remodeling contractors at DryTech Roofing LLC are trained to install HardiePanel vertical siding and other James Hardie siding systems. Give us a call at (240) 491-5600 or fill out our contact form to schedule a re-siding consultation and request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in Maryland as well as other neighboring communities.