Hardie Siding, Trim Boards and Panels.
In Sacramento, Hardie siding increases the beauty, value, safety and durability of your home. Enjoy the low maintenance that comes with baked-on color, and feel safe knowing that our siding products are resistant to just about anything Mother Nature can throw at them.
HardiePlank® Lap Siding
HardiePlank® Lap Siding is the most popular brand of siding in America and can be found on over 4 million homes. With its strength, beauty and durability, HardiePlank® siding enhances and protects homes in all kinds of climates.
HardieShingle® siding has the same warm, authentic look as cedar shingles, yet it resists rotting, cracking and splitting. It's beautiful as a primary siding or as a complement to other styles of James Hardie® siding. Our shingle siding panels come in a variety of decorative edges, and expedite installation in larger areas.
HardiePanel® Vertical Siding
For applications that call for vertical siding, HardiePanel® vertical siding is equal to our lap siding in value and long-lasting performance. Because of its structural strength, HardiePanel siding may be used as a shear panel. When combined with HardieTrim® planks, it can also help you achieve a board-and-batten look.
Our fiber cement trim and fascia add the finishing touch to a beautiful, lasting James Hardie home. They provide unmatched durability in corners, columns, windows, rakes and friezes.
James Hardie pre-cut soffit panels eliminate the need for separate box or strip vents and minimize the need for cutting. HardieSoffit® panels are available vented or non-vented, in a range of pre-cut sizes.
Take advantage of the ColorPlus® Technology to get the look you want, without the maintenance. Find out which James Hardie® Siding products with ColorPlus® finish are available in your area.
As the maker of the #1 brand of exterior siding in America, no company knows more about creating beautiful, durable and weather-resistant homes than James Hardie. We pioneered a superior technology with our fiber-cement siding for the exterior of your home. It's the first layer of defense in weather protection.