LR Home Solutions
LLC is a supplier/installer of all James Hardie© fiber
cement products. James Hardie is a world leader in fiber-cement
technology with over 100 years of experience and has sold siding
and backer board products that are now on over three million
homes in the United States and Canada.
siding products have the look and character of natural wood.
Fiber cement is lightweight and resilient, resistant to water,
fire, UV rays, salt spray and termites. It will not crack, rot,
or delaminate. It is manufactured without asbestos, fiberglass,
or formaldehyde. Fiber cement holds paint up to three times
longer than wood. As a premium alternative to vinyl, consider
fiber cement for your new home or residing job.
all materials is available. Custom color matching and extra
touch-up material also available upon request.
A few reasons
why a LR Home Solutions LLC Home benefits:
to 75% fewer seams
times more insulating power
more noise reduction
to let your home breathe
out dust and dirt from outside
noise from the outside
damage from cold, windy climates
damage from wet, humid climates
damage from flying debris
Home Solutions prefers James Hardie® fiber-cement siding
heads the list. James Hardie is the only company in the
fiber-cement industry that can call on 20 years of proven field
experience in markets all over the world. "That's very
important," says John Dybsky, Marketing Manager. "For
20 years we've continually modified and enhanced our proprietary
technology creating the most durable siding product available.
Volume home builders want companies and products they can trust.
The fact that James Hardie products have maintained an
outstanding performance record globally for over 20 years, and
are continuing this performance record in the U.S. on over 2.5
million homes, provide a level of credibility that builders are
the industry's broadest offering of textures and profiles, is
another reason James Hardie is preferred. The firm is the only
fiber-cement company to provide all materials for a full-wrap
house, including HardiePlank® lap siding, HardiePanel®
vertical siding, Hardie Shingleside®, HardieTrim® boards and
HardieSoffit® panels and fascia.
another key. James Hardie operates the only fiber-cement
research and development facility in North America. "That
facility," says Dybsky, "has developed such innovative
concepts as our PrimePlusTM factory-applied sealer
and priming system, the ColorPlus® Collection of colors and
stain for lap and shingle-panel siding, HeritageTM
Shingleside® panels, vented Hardie Soffit, 4/4
(3/4-inch)HardieTrim, and the soon-to-be-released HLD Technology
TM, which will offer a lightweight fiber-cement trim board in a
5/4 (1-inch) thickness."
Support, in the
form of national supply capability and strong national branding
efforts, is an additional builder plus. James Hardie provides
national distribution, with six production facilities across the
country and a large field sales force devoted almost exclusively
to supporting builder technical requirements. The firm has also
worked with third-party manufacturers to develop user-friendly
tools, such as a Makita circular saw and a HARDIBLADETM
from Hitachi Power Tools.
to Warping and Shrinkage
Not Melt With Exposure to Heat Source
Durable and Resistant to Minor Impact
to Wind, Rain, Hail, Snow and Sun
Woodgrain Look and Feel
Post-Purchase Consumer Satisfaction
Hardie© Fiber Cement Product Guide
¼" x 12', Select Cedarmill
- 6 ¼" x 12', Select Cedarmill
- 7 ¼" x 12', Select Cedarmill
- 8 ¼" x 12', Select Cedarmill
- 9 ¼" x 12', Select Cedarmill
- 5 ¼" x 12', Smooth
- 6 ¼" x 12', Smooth
- 7 ¼" x 12', Smooth
- 8 ¼" x 12', Smooth
- 9 ¼" x 12', Smooth
4' x 8', Cedarmill
- 4' x 9', Cedarmill
- 4' x 10', Cedarmill
- 4' x 8', Smooth
- 4' x 9', Smooth
- 4' x 10', Smooth
Staggered-Edge Panel, 6" width
- Straight-Edge Panel, 6" width
6" width x 18" height, 8" reveal
- 8" width x 18" height, 8" reveal
- 12" width x 18" height, 8" reveal
Non-Vented 12" x 12' x ¼", Select
- Non-Vented 16" x 12' x ¼", Select Cedarmill
- Non-Vented 24" x 8' x ¼", Select
- Non-Vented 48" x 8' x ¼", Select
- Non-Vented 12" x 12' x ¼", Smooth
- Non-Vented 16" x 12' x ¼", Smooth
- Non-Vented 24" x 8' x ¼", Smooth
- Non-Vented 48" x 8' x ¼", Smooth
- Vented 12" x 12' x ¼", Select Cedarmill
- Vented 16" x 12' x ¼", Select Cedarmill
- Vented 24" x 8' x ¼", Select Cedarmill
- Vented 12" x 12' x ¼", Smooth
- Vented 16" x 12' x ¼", Smooth
- Vented 24" x 8' x ¼", Smooth
Hardie Siding Installers
lap siding is the most popular brand of siding in America.
Millions of U.S. homes enjoy the strength, beauty and durability
of Hardiplank siding, and Allied is proud to be a Platinum Level
applicator of James Hardie products in the Houston area.
siding comes with a 50-year transferable limited warranty. You
can be confident your investment in Hardiplank will not only
enhance the beauty of your home, but it will also enhance its
home's exterior is the one thing separating you from the
elements. It's the part of your home that makes first
impressions. So whether you're building a new home or simply
improving the one you own, you should settle for nothing less
than the very best, James Hardie fiber-cement siding.
a James Hardie "Preferred Contractor," Allied Siding
and Windows provides customers expert installation, assuring our
customers the full benefits of the Manufacturer Warranty.
important characteristics of Hardiplank siding include:
Damage from Hot, Wet Climates - Will not rot or crack, even
in extremely hot and damp climates.
Flame Spread - Recognized for installation where
non-combustible construction is required.
Insect Damage - Resists damage from termites and other
- Resists rotting, warping, cracking, buckling and swelling.
- Holds paint for up to a decade, about three to four times
longer than wood. Our ColorPlus (TM) Collection even offers
pre-finished siding in designer colors, so the work is
already done for you.
- Durable -
Resists damage from humidity, heat, salt spray, hail and
the home of your dreams...
siding is now on over three million homes in North America, a
growing testament to the dedication to produce one of the
world's most durable sidings.
courtesy of James Hardie Building Products, Inc.