Fiber cement siding is fire resistant and can endure hours of heat without melting when installed properly. Because of this feature, the siding can slow a fire from spreading into a home, lessening extensive property damage and allowing extra time for the fire department to arrive on the scene.
Compared to traditional wood siding, James Hardie fiber cement siding offers the same versatility but is more durable and easier to maintain.
With fiber cement siding installed correctly by a qualified contractor, it can withstand fire conditions for a while. However, it is important to have your siding installed by a James Hardie professional contractor, otherwise, your home may not receive the protection offered by fiber cement siding.
To learn more about James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding, please read our blog post below or check out our James Hardie page.
"Great! Fred was excellent to work with. A full explanation of the process, materials, and estimate. No hard sell. The crew was here early and brought a full team to get the job done in one day. Completed clean-up of the site. Fred's manager came out to review the work done. Great company to work with!!! Thanks."