Denver is hard on patio doors. Make sure you choose something that will last for as long as you own your home. If you decide to sell you will have peace of mind that you won’t have to replace it during the appraisal.
What we have here in 2017 is a heap of chaos and disruption. What we need in 2018? The Pantone Color Institute thinks whatever that might be will come in the deep purple hue of “Ultra Violet,” its color of the year revealed Thursday.
JAMES HARDIE® SIDING NAMED GREENEST SIDING BRAND BY INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS
James Hardie, the leader in fiber cement siding, has once again been recognized by Green Builder® for having the most sustainable siding products. Green Builder® Media conducted its annual 2017 Readers’ Choice survey, which highlights leading green brands that have garnered the loyalty of building professionals.
The survey polls readers in the residential construction market to get insights into their sustainable product preferences and brand perceptions. Which green products are most familiar? Which brands do they trust and specify most often?
James Hardie was selected as offering the greenest products in the siding category, with the most respondents recommending the company’s sustainable exterior options over other siding manufacturers.
“A primary factor to James Hardie’s sustainability is its durability,” said John Dybsky, senior marketing manager at James Hardie. “Our products handle high heat, UV radiation and moisture exceptionally well, which significantly reduces the need for replacement over time.”
For this article, we are referring to the replacement window market primarily. When discussing America’s window manufacturers, you always hear of the “Big Three” – Andersen, Marvin, and Pella. All three are exceptional window manufacturers. They all started as wood window companies and have evolved over the years. As they have evolved so, have other window companies. The window market grew, and now there are dozens of window manufacturers in the U.S. What makes the “Big Three” so special now? As far as we are concerned, there is only one window manufacturer you need to think of – Marvin Windows and Doors. Andersen Windows still makes excellent products and has diversified quite a bit over the hundred years or so that they have been around. Pella makes suitable products although some in the industry feel their quality has declined some. For quality and excellence, remodelers know that Marvin is the gold standard now.