Vertical Siding with James Hardie Siding
James Hardie Vertical Siding can be used alone or in conjunction with HardiePlank® Lap Siding. Its unique look is perfect for a more contemporary design while giving the outside of your home a clean and crisp look. The vertical siding comes in four different style options. These styles come in 13 out of the 24 signature James Hardie colors or primed to paint. If you do the math, that means there are 42 options of vertical siding to choose from for your home exterior design.
Four James Hardie Panel Vertical Siding Options
Just like the Hardie Plank Lap Siding, the most popular style for Hardie Panel Vertical Siding is the Select Cedarmill. This paneling mimics real cedar by having a wooden texture. It’s the perfect option for the second level of homes to bring out the architectural details of a house.
If you are not looking for textured siding but still want to accent your siding James Hardie offers it’s Hardie Vertical Siding in Smooth. They recommend using it to accent your gable or even the entrance way to your house.
There’s nothing more classic than the look of Stucco on a Spanish or Tudor style house. James Hardie offers a collection of stucco in their signature colors to give your house a warm and inviting feeling.
If a modern, contemporary design is more your aesthetic than the Sierra collection of vertical siding might be the best choice. Its wooden texture in addition to its linear detail makes your home stand out even if it doesn’t have architectural details (only comes in primed to paint).
James Hardie Vertical Siding That Lasts
Hardie is known for their quality as well as durability. You will never have to worry about the color of your siding fading as all of James Hardie products from with ColorPlus® Technology which protects against peeling, cracking, and chipping.
If you are looking to enhance the exterior décor of your home than HardiePanel® Vertical Siding is a great choice. Have a Preferred James Hardie installer come evaluate your home to make sure your siding choices can be implemented correctly.