Progressive contractors look to James Hardie® siding and trim to achieve instant curb appeal and lasting character. James Hardie is the company that invented fiber cement. Over 5.5 million homes later, we continue to set the standard for premium fiber cement siding and trim. Our products are available in a wide variety of textures, styles and colors to offer endless design options. Advanced ColorPlus® Technology features multiple coats of color baked onto the board, creating a vibrant, consistent finish with superior fade resistance. James Hardie products are specifically Engineered for Climate®. They’re uniquely formulated to be tougher than the elements in the region where the products are used. America’s #1 brand of siding, and the only trim with the strength to stand beside it, perform beautifully coast to coast, despite what nature brings. And we back James Hardie siding and trim with unrivaled field support, industry-leading warranties and exceptional business-building programs.
8-minute video provides basic education and instruction on innovative, up-to-date best practices for installing HardieTrim® boards.
3-minute video provides basic education and instruction on innovative, up-to-date best practices for installing HardieWrap® weather barrier.
2½-minute video provides basic education and instruction on innovative, up-to-date best practices for installing HardieSoffit® panels.
5-minute video discusses installing HardieTrim NT3 board with its proprietary back grooves, concealed fastening system and 12-foot lengths that are more efficient to install.
This introductory video, produced by James Hardie, outlines the opportunities of the James Hardie Contractor Alliance™ Program, its industry-leading business development and loyalty program.
This Contractor Alliance™ Program brochure, published by James Hardie, outlines the many advantages of joining the industry’s most comprehensive business development and loyalty program.
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