We wrangled up a few homes clad in James Hardie® products, which come in a variety of textures, widths and colors.
There’s the classic horizontal lines of HardiePlank® lap siding, the distinctive look of HardiePanel® vertical siding and the final touch of HardieTrim® boards, all engineered and well designed with the Midwest in mind.
James Hardie building products are made of fiber cement, making them a robust option to help resist the impact of windblown debris, and resist shrinking, swelling and cracking even after years of wet or freezing conditions. All important to consider in the oh-so-chilly winter months.
No matter where you call home in the heartland, here are a few of our favorite Midwest homes, all clad in protective James Hardie siding and trim.
In the light of the evening sun, this Milwaukee home glistens in HardiePlank lap siding in Light Mist. The gables are clad in straight edge HardieShingle® siding in the same color. The HardieTrim boards in Arctic White emphasize the sophisticated misty hue.
This Minneapolis home is clad in a variety of siding, including HardiePlank lap siding, straight edge HardieShingle siding and HardiePanel vertical siding, all in Deep Ocean. The HardieTrim boards in Arctic White add separation and distinction to the architectural elements of the home.
The rich gray of this Chicago suburban home feels modern and fresh. The home is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Iron Gray with HardieTrim boards in Arctic White. When it comes to exterior design trends, gray is the new neutral so don’t feel the need to stray from the cloudy hue.
If you’re looking to expand your exterior’s color palette, going with ColorPlus® Technology means gaining access to a collection of well-curated hues that all beautifully complement one another. Find your favorite shades with the brand new home color tool. Now you can see your Midwest home’s architectural style re-sided in various colors and siding styles.