House Siding Colors For Fiber Cement

House siding colors come in a wide variety of shades and textures and fiber cement siding is no exception. If you are looking for an alternative approach to side your home, fiber cement siding can be an excellent substitute for wood and vinyl.

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Getting Your Siding Color Right

James Hardie fiber cement siding products come in just about any color you can imagine, and they provide color schemes tailored to regions of the country as well as state-specific color guidance. Hardie siding is also fire resistant, durable to withstand at least 50 years against cracking, rotting, termite damage, and other problems. A member of the US Green Building Council, Harding siding products are a sustainable choice when considering your house siding colors.

GAF and James Hardie are just a few of the popular brands that provide fiber cement siding at most home improvement stores. GAF products, known as "WeatherSide" come in varying house siding colors that include several surfaces:

  • Profile shingles with striated surfaces
  • Textured surfaces that have straight or wavy edges
  • Wood grain surfaces

GAF also provides matching siding nails in all available colors, as well as backerstrips and aluminum corners to get the job done from start to finish. "WeatherSide" fiber cement siding also comes pre-primed, and can be painted to match the existing house.

Fiber Cement Siding Benefits

A few fiber cement siding advantages are its durability, aesthetic appeal, and cost. Compared with wood and vinyl options, fiber cement is longer-lasting, resists corrosion, weathering, and rot. Fiber cement siding is also more affordable than wood siding, in addition to retaining its classic look and feel over time.

With so many advantages over traditional siding and such a variety of colors, fiber cement siding is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after siding alternatives.