If it’s time to replace old, weather beaten siding on your home, garage, room addition, workshop or storage shed, consider fiber cement siding. Like conventional, or vinyl siding, concrete fiberboard will provide many years of protection from the elements. It’s made primarily from sand, cement, and wood fiber (often a recycled wood-fiber waste product). Concrete Fiberboard siding typically costs a bit more than vinyl siding, but it outlasts all other siding materials, often by decades.
Because of it’s sand and cement contents, fiberboard is resistant to fire, wind, rain, termites, and other insects. No matter how damp it gets, fiber cement siding will never warp or rot, and it holds onto paint like no other siding material because it can be ordered primed & painted at the factory, or on site by our installers. We use only the highest quality Norandex® brand materials in all of our siding projects.
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