James Hardie Cladding is a durable, fibre cement, maintenance free cladding solution with an impressive finish.
What is James Hardie Cladding?
James Hardie Cladding was created to strikingly resemble wood, and it succeeds with a multi-dimensional effect that speaks of its quality. It has many benefits including advanced durability and resistance to nature’s elements. Perhaps most remarkable about this cladding, however, is the beauty of its finish.
James Harding fibre cement cladding is literally created from silica sand, blended with wood pulp, fused into board and cured with pressurised steam. It is strength tested in laboratories under the strictest standards. Finally, it is painted with James Hardie ColorPlus Technology paint colours.
Benefits of Fibre Cement Cladding
Unlike wood, James Hardie advanced formulation cladding requires minimal maintenance. It has strength, flexibility and an A2 fire rating that trumps wooden cladding. It is also non-combustible and will not swell, crack, or shrink. Finally, James Hardie Cladding is resistant to vermin and insects.
James Hardie Cladding ColorPlus Technology Paint Colours
There are over 20 cladding and trim colours to choose from, carefully mixed and created with James Hardie ColorPlus Technology. This is a revolutionary multi coat paint that has a baked on finish and has been tested in James Hardie laboratories for durability. The result? It resists peeling, cracking or chipping and is guaranteed for 10 years.
For those interested in environmentally conscience premium building materials whose detail and texturing is immediately apparent, James Hardie Cladding may be the building facade for you.
Cost Effective James Hardie Cladding
When factoring in prep work, repainting, and additional maintenance required from wooden cladding, James Hardie Cladding works out to be the less expensive option. It is available in two different textures, and is made from an environmentally friendly, recyclable polymer.
For more information on James Hardie Cladding, please contact Summit Cladding today.