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Re-Side with James Hardie® Fiber Cement Siding - The Best Choice. The Pros Know - there are many other projects you can tackle, but only re-siding with fiber cement gives you the best return on your investment 7 years in a row.

  • Residing with fiber cement gives a 25% better return than adding a bathroom and costs $61k less to complete
  • Roof replacement remodel gives you a 23% less return on investment than re-siding with fiber cement
  • Replacing your windows nets you 7% less return on investment than fiber cement re-siding

©2011 Hanley Wood, LLC. Complete data from the Remodeling 2011-12 Cost vs. Value Report can be downloaded free at www.costvsvalue.com.

Increase Curb Appeal and Resale Value with James Hardie® Siding:

  • HGTV's "20 Ways to Add Value to Your Home" #1: Spruce Up the Siding
  • Money magazine singles out HardiePlank® siding as a great value; a smart investment that delivers on durability
  • Smart Money magazine lists James Hardie in Smart Fiscal Sense feature
  • #1 Quality Exterior Lap Siding Product for the past eleven years. Builder magazine 1998-2009
  • James Hardie® siding is featured on over 20 Southern Living, Coastal Living and Sunset magazine Idea Houses. And on over 30 Houses on ABC's Extreme Home Makeover.

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Remodeling magazine is the industry's leading home improvement magazine. Since 1988, Remodeling magazine's Cost vs. Value Report has compared construction costs for common remodeling projects with the value they add to a home at resale in the current real estate market. The results - upscale siding projects using fiber-cement return the highest value at resale.

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2010 Rank

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2005 Rank

Siding Replacement—Fiber Cement

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Siding Replacement—Foam Back Vinyl

3

6

6

4

7

9

4

Minor Kitchen Remodel (replace wall oven and cook top with energy efficient models)

3

4

7

5

4

4

3

Mid Range Bathroom Remodel (update an exisiting 5' x 7' bathroom)

13

17

14

11

6

4

2

Mid Range Roof Replacement

16

21

18

22

22

18

17



©2011 Hanley Wood, LLC. Complete data from the Remodeling 2011-12 Cost vs. Value Report can be downloaded free at www.costvsvalue.com.

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