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Serving Massachusetts, Rhode Island, & Southern New Hampshire
Environmentally Friendly Siding
CertainTeed Fiber Cement Siding products are manufactured using 30% post-industrial recycled fly ash. This helps our environment by diverting more than 50,000 tons of fly ash from landfills every year. The water used in Certainteed’s manufacturing plants is also recycled, resulting in a yearly savings of more than 1.5 billion gallons of water. Request a free estimate for your home today!
Enjoy the lasting features and handsome appearance of wood without all the upkeep. The real difference between CertainTeed FiberCement Siding and similar products is in the material. It’s stronger and built to take on the elements (and then some).
- Higher interlaminate bond strength means superior freeze/thaw protection
- FiberTect® Sealant/Primer protects against damaging moisture
- Resists everyday bumps and harmful impacts
- 50-year limited transferable warranty
Fiber Cement Siding Features
FiberCement Siding consistently outperforms wood and other siding options. The superior technology of WeatherBoardsTMand ColorMaxTM offers the strongest, most durable fiber cement siding in the industry.
- Deeper, more genuine wood grain
- Consistent quality and excellent dimensional stability
- Class 1 (A) Fire Rating
- Impervious to wood-boring insects
- Resists damaging effects of salt spray and UV rays
- Will not rot
- A variety of cedar lap siding, decorative shapes, and soffit to match virtually any design style
Since this blog post was written, CertainTeed Weatherboards has been acquired by Allura USA and the product has gone through continual improvement. We are not affiliated or in relation to Allura, this is an opinion piece and every homeowner or builder considering fiber cement siding should do their due diligence in researching the best solution for their home. Fiber cement has long been used on homes and proven to be a viable, durable and beautiful siding option when the product is installed correctly to manufacturer specifications. Of the homes, United technicians visited and seen fiber cement failing, it frequently is due to contractor installation error.
If you are considering fiber cement for your home, consult a local professional home improvement company with high-level experience of installing fiber cement in their regions. and a portfolio with references. At