A good roofing system installed and maintained by professional roof repair contractors is vital in protecting your home against the elements. But your roof isn’t the only part of your home that does this job–your siding system is just as important when it comes to keeping your home safe.
Despite having its roots in Australia, James Hardie® has become the biggest name in siding in North America. As a leader in the siding industry, James Hardie recognizes the unique needs of homes in different climate zones. To this end, the HardieZone® System was introduced. Here our experts at Lifestyle Home Improvement Roofing and Construction explain what the HardieZone System is and how it can help you choose the right siding for your home.
What Is the HardieZone® System?
The HardieZone System has been widely used by siding and roofing contractors to recommend specific siding products that perform well depending on the climate where they’ll be used. It’s part of the manufacturer’s “Engineered for Climate®” commitment to providing homeowners with the best siding products wherever they live.
HZ5® – Best for the Cold, Hard North
Northern states are more prone to biting cold temperatures during the winter. HZ5® is designed specifically to withstand snow, ice and the extreme swings in seasonal temperatures these areas often face. Plus, its superior paint adhesion ensures it resists freezing temperatures while maintaining the beauty of your home.
HZ10® Keeps Your Home Safe From the Sun
For Oklahoma and other Southern states, HZ10® is the number one line for siding and roofing replacement. HZ10 is designed to take on days of exposure to harsh sunlight and UV radiation. In addition, it can also better protect your home against humidity and torrential rains.
Learn more about the benefits of choosing HZ10® siding with the help of our professionals at Lifestyle Home Improvement Roofing and Construction. Give us a call at (405) 485-9939 or fill out our contact form and request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in OKC and other nearby areas.