Home renovation projects are never as easy as they look on reality shows. If you've ever tried to take on a project like choosing and installing new siding, you're painfully aware of this.
Some things are just better left to the professionals. If you are ready to update or install new James Hardie siding, there's only one siding company in Naperville that's got you covered. Read on to learn more.
Choosing a siding company can be overwhelming. Just searching "siding contractors Naperville" is going to pull up results from all over the country. What you specifically need are siding contractors who know the Naperville area and how to deal with the distinct needs homes in the city have.
When it comes to James Hardie siding, you also want to make sure the siding company knows what they're doing. Not just any contractor can work with this material, so you'll want to double-check that they are James Hardie Contractor Alliance Program members. (And, yes, SmardBuild is a preferred James Hardie contractor!)
James Hardie siding is an excellent option for someone who wants the look of traditional wood siding but without the constant upkeep. It's cheaper to install and is much more weather resistant and fade resistant than wood or even vinyl.
It's made out of fiber cement and is created for specific climates similar to Naperville. Whether you're looking for traditional lap siding, shingles, or trim boards, James Hardie siding is an excellent option.
James Hardie siding has significant benefits over traditional wood or vinyl siding.
The main thing is that it's incredibly strong and weatherproof. With vinyl or wood siding, you'll need to worry about weathering and fading, which is not something that happens with James Hardie siding.
It's also rot and moisture resistant. Water and rot damage happens easily with wood siding, and the upkeep and maintenance can be astronomical both in money and time spent.
James Hardie siding also doesn't ignite or melt like wood or vinyl siding. It's not combustible, so it won't add fuel to the flames in the unfortunate situation of a house fire.
It's also not a tasty snack or an inviting home for pests like insects and birds. Termites want nothing to do with fiber cement!
The major benefit of James Hardie siding is the cost associated with it. For example, a 1,500 square foot home can expect to pay between $13,000 and $22,000 for James Hardie lap siding.
When choosing a siding company in Naperville for your James Hardie project, you want to choose a company that knows siding inside and out. Especially when it comes to a product like James Hardie.
Contact us today to chat with one of our specialists about your project. We'd love to talk through your project and budget and get you a quote so you can plan for your new siding!
Mark and his team did a terrific job and I could not be more pleased with the final work! Throughout whole siding installation process I was kept well informed about the progress and what will be next steps in the process. I'm living in Arlington Heights and anyone who is looking for great siding contractor can stop by my house and check their amazing work. I also plan on hiring them again for another siding project. That would be my parent's home. 🙂
I researched over 30 companies, and had 5 come out to my house to give me estimates to install new vinyl siding. I ended up going with Smardbuild, and I am very happy that I did. They showed up on time, and finished the entire job within a week. And the quality of the work is the best part. They are perfectionists! I have never seen attention to detail like this. They even went above and beyond the job requirements. They installed aluminum flashing around my sliding glass door to make it look nicer, and that was not even part of the job. And to top it off, they installed 2 new wall lanterns that I bought at Home Depot.
We used Mark and his Smardbuild team to replace our roof, soffits, fascia, siding, upstairs windows, gutters and front door. All work performed is top notch. We went with Hardie soffits and fascia since we had prior issues with carpenter bees drilling holes in our old, wooden soffits. In my opinion Smardbuild is the best with Hardie products. Everything looks great. It took us a while to finally settle on a color for the siding and Smardbuild was quite patient with our process. After having issues with contractors in the past, it was refreshing to work with such a professional team that actually cares about the quality of their work. Thanks Smardbuild.
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