You wouldn’t go out in the dead of winter without your best winter coat on. Why would you leave your home exposed to the worst winter has to offer? Your first line of defense against the elements is your home’s exterior and you don’t want to have problems with your home’s interior and high energy bills as cold air seeps into your home. You want a high quality siding that’s going to stand up to old man winter. Good Guys Contracting has what you need with James Hardie fiber cement siding.
Good Guys Contracting Are Your Home Remodeling Experts
Good Guys Contracting is Long Island’s premier home improvement contractor. We have the expertise to get the job done right and we install high quality products. We’re a James Hardie preferred contractor, which means that we have to conform to the company’s exacting standards and we’re also an authorized window contractor specializing in Marvin Windows and Doors and Integrity by Marvin Windows and Doors. If you’re looking to install decks, porches, or porticos, Good Guys will create the look you want and we’ll explain every step of the project to you along the way. We believe in James Hardie Siding and we want to tell you how it holds up to the extremes of winter weather.
Why Fiber Cement Siding Beats Vinyl in Winter
You’ve probably heard a lot about different types of siding and you may be wondering which one is right for you. Vinyl is a popular option, but you may not know that it has difficulties in cold weather compared to fiber cement siding like James Hardie. , cold weather can cause vinyl siding to become brittle, while heavy winter winds can blow off pieces of your siding. Wood products expand in the cold. Fiber cement siding mixes wood fiber with cement and can be much more durable.
James Hardie Durability Stands Up to Winter
There are many things that James Hardie brings to the fight against winter weather including moisture and rot resistance. You won’t have to worry about winter snow leading to moisture buildup, mold, or mildew.
One of the biggest challenges for siding is standing up to the extremes of Long Island weather. But James Hardie Siding is engineered to reflect the climate where it’s installed. the long term affects of climate on siding and has created the HardieZone® system. Some of their products are engineered for cooler climates. On Long Island, homes are zoned in HZ5 which means that your siding will be engineered to fight cold and ice. It will have superior paint adhesion and moisture resistance and, when spring and summer come around, it will be able to handle the temperature swings too.
Good Guys Will Install Your James Hardie Siding
If you want siding that’s durable enough to last for years and will stand up to extreme weather, you want James Hardie Siding. And you want Good Guys Contracting to install it. We’re Long Island’s Hardie experts and we’ll get the job done right. today.