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Why Choose Colorado Springs HardiPlank Siding Over Vinyl?

Find out more about Colorado Springs HardiPlank siding by visiting HeartHouse.com, a Colorado Springs window and siding contractor since 1989.
Thursday, 02 June 2011

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Every area of the country has a slightly different way of looking at home building products, but as exterior siding products have improved, homeowners in the Pikes Peak region are finding that in Colorado Springs, HardiPlank siding is preferable to vinyl.  If your home is in need of new siding, don’t just go out and get the same vinyl siding you had before.  You have a unique opportunity to change the way your home looks completely by switching to James Hardie’s HardiePlank siding.

What makes a Colorado Springs homeowner choose HardiPlank?

There are many practical reasons for choosing a fiber cement siding product over vinyl, not the least of which is its natural good looks.  But most people come to learn about HardiPlank when they start searching for green building product, or because they don’t like the “look” of vinyl.  As any Colorado Springs HardiPlank contractor will tell you, there are some long-term benefits to choosing this rugged and time-tested building material.  Here is an apples-to-apples comparison of how they stack up.

HardiPlank Siding vs. Vinyl Siding

Style –

Let’s face it; if you are going to invest in new siding, you want it to make a noticeable improvement on your home.  While both materials can give your home a clean and “finished” look, Colorado Springs HardiPlank siding comes in a variety of wood-like textures.  While vinyl may come in a wider variety of pre-made colors, HardiPlank can be painted to match your exact specifications.

Cost –

Vinyl siding is by far the most affordable option of the two, but HardiPlank siding gets homeowners a much better resale value in the end.  Plus, it lasts a lot longer than vinyl.  Even though it will cost more to switch your Colorado Springs home over to HardiPlank, it is still less expensive than hardboard, brick or synthetic stucco.

Durability –

While both materials are equally durable, HardiPlank may have a slight advantage in terms of flame resistance and warping.  Because both materials are man-made, they will not be affected by problems like mold, rot or termites.

With the extreme weather changes endemic to Colorado Springs, HardiPlank siding has become a more sensible option for homeowners, especially those who want to invest in their home’s eventual resale value.

Find out more about Colorado Springs HardiPlank siding by visiting HeartHouse.com, a Colorado Springs window and siding contractor since 1989.

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