Where did 2015 go, Millennials? It is almost September and that means the holidays are just around the corner. This is my favorite time of the year because I love to get festive and decorate the outside of my home! But my home is not quite picture perfect just yet. I've been doing a little bit of research and I think that I've found the perfect company to get the outside of my house ready for the holidays: James Hardie.
A Little About The Company
Innovation is important to stay on top–which I am sure that you already know. James Hardie thrives on being in the forefront fiber cement industry. They are well known around the globe: from the U.S. all the way to New Zealand. They are focused on keeping their product high quality and it stays beautiful with little to no maintenance! Fiber cement is long lasting and can withstand many different types of climates.
The great thing about James Hardie is that it protects from a lot of different factors that goes into everyday living. Their products are specifically engineered to withstand damage from moisture and rot, and will hold their own no matter what life throws at it. Even fires!
The website is awesome. It asks you for your zip code so that it knows what kind of siding is perfect for you climate. Take me, for example,
Picking The Perfect Color
The James Hardie website has a really neat tool that allows you to pick the perfect colors for your home. It has a ton of different colors to choose from and the really cool thing is that after you choose the main color of your home, you get color suggestions that will work well with whatever you choose! I am extremely indecisive so I love that there is a color expert to help you throughout the process. James Hardie hey have everything from warm colors to cool hues–you have plenty to choose from!
Trust me, Millennials, James Hardie is perfect for the modern homeowners of today. Check them out on their website and learn to see if they are right for you. I am so excited to see how the new siding will look as the backdrop for my many, many decorations during the last third of the year.