Fiber cement siding offers a wood-like look without the headaches that come with conventional wood siding. It’s durable, fire resistant, and will not warp, sag, or
be eaten by animals or bugs. Its exquisite wood grain look comes in a variety of finish options, from traditional lap siding, to panel siding, to board & batten siding.
Unlike other siding options, you can paint over fibre cement siding again and again to transform the look of any home.


1. Durable Finish: We apply multiple coats (50 percent more than your average house painter uses) of our proprietary finish to every surface and edge of our siding and trim, leaving no spot uncovered

2. Baked-on Bond: Between coats, we cure the finish in a controlled environment for an even stronger bond that resists chipping, peeling and cracking.

3. UV Ray Resistance: Vinyl siding and paint both fade in the sun. ColorPlus® Technology resists fading and looks better longer.

4. Warranty: ColorPlus® Technology finish comes with a 15-year limited warranty that covers paint and labour, protecting against peeling, cracking, and chipping.

James Hardie®
Building Products

Beautiful Designs,
High Performance

As the inventor of fibre cement siding, James Hardie Building Products is our trusted source for these innovative wood siding substitute solutions. This is a leading edge company that has spent over $100 million in research and development and continues to invest in product advancements. Both their siding and trim products are Engineered for Climate®, so no matter where you live, you can rest assured that your investment is going to stand up to the toughest weather conditions. Of the many reasons to choose James Hardie siding over vinyl, perhaps the most significant is appearance. James Hardie siding is over five times thicker than vinyl, allowing for deeper grooves and a more authentic wood-grain effect. The result is more elegant than plastic vinyl. When manufacturer’s recommended protections are followed, their siding will resist water absorption and mold better than wood. In the event of a fire, fibre cement is much more likely to withstand damage than wood. Once again, animals or insects won’t consume James Hardie siding. And all of this comes with a lower price tag than wood.


To start, all you need is some accurate information. Our simple, no-pressure, free consultation will let you know what your exterior finishing or deck project will cost. If you answer a few quick questions, we can get started.