James Hardie Products

HARDIEPLANK® LAP SIDING

Not only our best-selling product, it’s America’s most popular brand of siding. Create a timeless design with a full spectrum of colors and textures.

USE IT FOR: Lap siding is a classic look that crosses over many architectural styles.

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HARDIESHINGLE® SIDING

Get the authenticity of cedar shingles with the strength of James Hardie. Better than the real thing, it resists rotting, curling, warping and splitting.

USE IT FOR: Looks great on Cape Cods and cottage-style homes. But if you like the look, don’t limit yourself. Use HardieShingle® siding to highlight a gable or accent the top half of your house.

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HARDIEPANEL® VERTICAL SIDING

Combine with HardieTrim® boards for a rustic board-and-batten look. Or, go for the more minimalist look of simple vertical lines.

USE IT FOR: Works well with farmhouse-style or modern homes.

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HARDIETRIM® BOARDS

Accentuate corners, columns, friezes, doors, windows and more. Add that final flourish to your design statement.

USE IT FOR: Trim provides a great way to introduce colors, whether contrasting your primary house color, or using a darker or lighter shade.

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HARDIESOFFIT® PANELS

Reinforce the vulnerable gap between eaves and exterior walls to protect your home from moisture and pests For complete confidence, take that extra step.

USE IT FOR: For complete confidence, use James Hardie products to wrap your entire exterior.

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ARTISAN® COLLECTION BY JAMES HARDIE

The added thickness of these boards cast deep shadow lines across your home’s exterior for added dimension and drama.

USE IT FOR: Perfect for creating a sense of luxury and historical accuracy for any style home.

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HARDIEWRAP® WEATHER BARRIERS

Our weather barrier, flex flashing, seam tape and pro flashing deliver moisture protection you can rely on. Wrap your home in extra security.

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HARDIEBACKER® CEMENT BOARD

Our proprietary cement board helps prevent mold and moisture damage in bathrooms and other wet areas of your home’s interior. Some of the most important details are invisible.

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