When giving your home’s exterior a makeover, you need to work with reliable siding contractors and choose quality products. James Hardie® siding is known for its unrivaled beauty, durability, and longevity. To make your new siding stand out even more, choose HardieTrim® for your project.
Read on to find out why HardieTrim® is the perfect finishing touch to James Hardie® siding projects.
Added Curb Appeal
No matter what your home style is, there is a HardieTrim board for you. It complements all architectural styles and home designs. For instance, its Rustic option features a raised texture that resembles wood. On the other hand, the Smooth option works great with more modern architecture. HardieTrim is also available in specialty applications, such as batten boards and crown molding.
Standard trim is usually made from oriented strand board (OSB) and wood composites, which can crack, expand, and buckle over time due to exposure to the elements. Trim accentuates the beauty of your siding and also covers intersections between wall opening and window frames. This component needs to be just as durable as your siding.
Home exterior remodeling companies recommend HardieTrim due to its superior durability. It is made with fiber cement, meaning it features the same qualities as James Hardie. It is highly resistant to damage caused by extreme weather and temperatures as well. HardieTrim resists impact from windborne debris and hailstones.
Like all James Hardie products, HardieTrim stays beautiful for years. It also features ColorPlus® Technology, a unique, factory-applied color system that utilizes 50% more coats of paint than conventional exterior paint products. It features baked-on coating as well for added resistance to chipping, cracking, and peeling. Moreover, HardieTrim withstands UV exposure and does not need constant maintenance.
Whether you need new siding or a roof replacement, you can count on Triangle Home Exteriors. Call us at (919) 615-1101 or fill out our contact form to get a free estimate. We serve homeowners in Raleigh, NC, and the nearby communities.