Siding durability refers to the lifetime of a product and how it will perform during that lifetime. The biggest challenge that your home’s exterior faces is harsh weather and environmental forces. If a siding is to be durable, then it needs to ward off the many perils of Mother Nature. James Hardie siding is scientifically formulated to do just that. This provides homeowners with a siding that is able to provide enduring beauty for decades.
Engineered for Climate
Hardiplank is the only siding in the world that is engineered for climate. What does that mean? It means that the manufacturer customizes their material for the environment in which it is being installed. In other words, the Hardie that you get in North Dakota is not the Hardie that you get in North Carolina. Why? Because the climatic conditions are completely different.
James Hardie segmented the country into 10 unique climatic zones. These regional zones face similar weather patterns and temperature swings. The Carolinas receive Hardie’s ‘HZ10’ product line.
HZ10 is scientifically engineered to withstand what Carolinians experience throughout the year. Humidity, blistering heat, and sometimes freezing temperatures are no match for the superior strength of James Hardie.
Resistant to the Elements
Rain. Pests. Heat. Time. Sun. Ice. Hardie protects you from all of them. See for yourself why the elements stand no chance against Hardie.