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Asphalt shingles are the most popular type of roofing for homes, comprising over 80% of the residential roofing market.
While more expensive than asphalt, metal roofing lasts longer and is more wind resistant.
EPDM Roofing Systems®
Firestone’s high-quality synthetic rubber compound is the foundation for RubberGard™, the industry’s premium grade EPDM roofing membrane.
Vinyl sidings have been designed in a way that accentuates the best features of any architectural home style. That way homeowners do not have to compromise the beauty aspect while seeking to improve the curb appeal of their homes. As a result of these advancements, vinyl sidings are being used even in historic home renovations by many historical societies in the U.S., due to the availability of a wide selection of period colors, architectural details, and advantages of low maintenance.
Wood lap siding provides excellent weather protection against windy conditions. Lap siding is used whenever a rustic appearance is desired. Wood siding can be installed vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. It can be painted or treated with stain, oil, or even left untreated.
Everlast Polymeric Cladding ®
Everlast Polymeric Cladding siding features C CORE® mineral-enriched composite that works against siding’s #1 enemy – water. Everlast siding is highly resistant to fading and discoloration. Everlast is ideal for wet and harsh climates and will last a lifetime, without the hassle and cost of recurring maintenance.
James Hardie provides siding products that are Engineered for Climate®. We call this The HardieZone System. It provides siding with specific performance attributes relative to the climate where the product is being used. As a result, James Hardie gives you the ability to put the optimum siding on a project, regardless of your location.