James Hardie Building products used: HardiePlank Lap siding Arctic White, Countrylane Red and Primed HardiePlank painted in Salute Red Hardieshingle siding in Arctic white HardieTrim boards Arctic white
Homescapes of New England PRODUCTS USED: What a difference in design from vertical siding to new 5 ¼” HardiePlank Lap siding, Select Cedarmill in Khaki Brown, with HardieTrim and HardieSoffit in Navajo Beige. The homeowner stated they almost did not recognize their own home that they lived in for over 20 years. We also installed a new Larsen Storm door in almond to blend in with the trim.
Homescapes of New England PRODUCTS USED: We sided this home in 5 ¼” HardiePlank lap siding, Select Cedarmill in Monterey Taupe, with HardieTrim and HardieSoffit in Arctic white. The front and side entry doors were replaced with a ThermaTru entry door with 2 sidelites. We also replaced both garage doors with new Raynor carriage style Garage doors.
Homescapes of New England PRODUCTS USED: We transformed this 70’s design to fit more into its New England location. We used 6 ¼” HardiePlank Lap siding, Select Cedarmill with ColorPlus in Khaki Brown, with HardieTrim and HardieSoffits in Arctic White. We also replaced all the old windows with JELD-WEN Premium Vinyl windows in white. All the decks were modified and changed. The front deck has Trex Transcend Decking in Spiced Rum, with white railings and lighting on the risers. The back deck we modified its size and used Pressure treated decking and railings. New seamless gutters were also installed.
Homescapes of New England PRODUCTS USED: This early 1900’s home had the original siding below the vinyl siding that was full of holes from mother nature. We stripped the house and resided it in 5 ¼” Hardieplank lap siding, Select Cedarmill in Evening Blue, with HardieTrim and HardieSoffit in Arctic White. Also all the windows were replaced with Jeldwen Siteline EX windows eliminating the drafty windows. The front entry door was also replaced with a new 7’ JELD-WEN door with sidelites. To finish off the look we added new black shutters and seamless aluminum gutters.
Homescapes of New England PRODUCTS USED: We removed the old cedar clapboards and shingles and installed new 5 ¼” HardiePlank Lap siding, Select Cedarmill in Autumn Tan, with HardieTrim and HardieSoffit in Arctic white. We also installed two new JELD-WEN entry doors with Larsen Storm Doors. Making the house look like 1 home instead of various additional added over the years. New white seamless gutters were also installed.
Homescapes of New England PRODUCTS USED: This home was getting a complete transformation from the inside out. They wanted the home to fit in to the natural environment We used 5 ¼” HardiePlank lap siding, Select Cedarmill in Timberbark, with HardieTrim and Hardiesoffit in Arctic White.
Homescapes of New England PRODUCTS USED: This house was transformed from a old pine cabin to a stunning cottage along the river. We used 5” HardieShingle straight edge siding in Cobblestone with Hardietrim and HardieSoffit in Arctic White. We also replaced a few of the window with Marvin Integrity windows.
Survey shows James Hardie still the leading green choice for exterior cladding CHICAGO, Ill. April 28, 2015 — James Hardie, the leader in fiber cement siding, has once again been recognized by Green Builder® for having the most sustainable siding products. Green Builder® Media conducted its annual 2015 Readers’ Choice survey, which highlights leading green brands that have garnered the loyalty of building professionals. The survey polls readers in the residential construction market to get insights into their sustainable product preferences and brand perceptions. Which green products are most familiar? Which brands do they trust and specify most often? James Hardie was selected as offering the greenest products in the siding category, with the most respondents recommending the company’s sustainable exterior options over other siding manufacturers. “A primary factor to James Hardie’s sustainability is its durability,” said John Dybsky, senior marketing manager at James Hardie. “Our products handle high heat, UV radiation and moisture exceptionally well, which significantly reduces the need for replacement over time.” James Hardie siding is composed of natural and sustainable raw materials such as cement, sand, cellulose fiber and water. While green practices can sometimes limit design options, the company has a range of textures and colors that can satisfy several ...
Homescapes of New England PRODUCTS USED: This classic home had an addition added so the homeowner decided to change all of their siding to 5 ¼” HardiePlank lap siding, Select Cedarmill in Arctic White, with a combination of PVC and Hardietrim. We also added new seamless gutters and black louvered Mid America Shutters.