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Go Green with your Home Siding

by Matt McDaniel, on November 03, 2017

Looking to make your neighbors green with envy? Opt for a natural green hue (or two) when refreshing your home siding. James Hardie’s Mountain Sage, a darker, earthy olive, and Heathered Moss, a lighter, lively green, are our favorite green siding options.

The added benefit of ColorPlus ® Technology—a baked-on color option that resists color loss—means your siding will look pristinely green without a ton of maintenance. Homeowners on the block may covet your newfound curb appeal.

The best part? If you choose James Hardie’s siding, you’re selecting an eco-friendly option. In a recent Green Builder survey, pros voted for their favorite green building materials and James Hardie’s eco-friendly exterior siding options came out on top.

The company’s siding products are made from natural and sustainable raw materials. If going green is a priority for you, check out these ways to make green building work for you.

Here are some eco-minded, green-sided homes that’ll convince you, it is easy being green.

Double Mint

This backwoods bungalow is clad in HardiePlank ® lap siding in Heathered Moss with its gable clad in HardieShingle ® siding in Mountain Sage. James Hardie ® siding and trim can hold their own to high heat, UV radiation, snowstorms and moisture making them durable fiber cement products.



Moss Meets Maroon

This home is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Heathered Moss with its gables clad in HardieShingle siding in Countrylane Red. To reduce their environmental footprint, James Hardie makes it a point to set up its eight North American manufacturing facilities to better serve local markets.



Green Gables

This Wisconsin beauty is clad in HardieShingle siding in Heathered Moss with HardiePanel ® vertical siding in Mountain Sage in its gables. In regards to air pollution, using factory-finished James Hardie siding and trim products with ColorPlus Technology reduces jobsite liquid waste and exposure to volatile organic compounds (VOCs).




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