Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 24, 2013
Durabuilt Home Improvements offers James Hardie® Siding Products which provides siding products that will increase the beauty, value, safety, and durability of a home. James Hardie® Fiber cement planks made with a wood-grained or smooth finish are popular options. These products come in widths of 4 to 12 inches and can easily match existing siding if a homeowner is building an addition or garage. Several architectural elements and trim options are available including shingles, scalloped edges, and trim boards. This is a perfect time to replace siding, since Durabuilt Home Improvements is offering a $750 discount off whole house siding during the summer months.
Each year, Remodeling magazine releases its highly regarded “Cost vs. Value Report,” which details costs of various home remodeling projects and their return on investment at resale. What topped the list? For the 8th year in a row, fiber cement siding replacement beat out kitchen and bath remodels and returned an average of 103.6% ROI (return on investment), according to the 2012-2013 report.
Although there are many remodeling projects a homeowner can tackle this summer, re-siding with fiber cement gives a 25% better return than adding a bathroom and costs thousands less to complete. Roof replacement gives homeowners 23% less return on their investment and replacing windows nets 7% less return on investment than fiber cement siding.
James Hardie® Fiber cement siding, a resilient mix of wood pulp and Portland cement, is an environmentally friendly, energy efficient, durable product that matches the appearance and feel of wood but is resistant to the damaging effects of wind, hail, rain, snow, and sun.
“Because James Hardie® fiber cement siding is engineered for each particular climate region, is mostly unaffected by wind and cold, and survives the harshest elements, it’s perfect for our winters that include freezing temperatures, heavy snowfall, high winds, sleet, rain, and hail our summer with soaring heat, humidity, and thunderstorms,” says Phil DiMaso, owner of Durabuilt Home Improvements. “Residents in Chicago suburbs building a new home or an addition – or who need to replace old, weather-beaten siding on their house – should definitely consider what could be their best option for siding. Fiber cement siding often outlasts its competitors by decades because of its resistance to wind, rain, fire, and insects.”
Fiber cement siding looks like painted wood clapboards, shingles, and even stucco and smooth surfaces, yet goes for just a fraction of the cost of these other materials. It’s the only siding that combines the performance of masonry with minimal upkeep. Homeowners using fiber cement siding may not need to paint their house again for 25 years and no matter how wet it gets, the siding will not rot. No wonder nearly 15 percent of new homes are clad with this innovative product and architects regularly specify the siding because it holds down costs without compromising aesthetics.
Durabuilt Home Improvements has the expertise, experience, and an “A” rating with the Better Business Bureau to help homeowners make any remodeling experience worry-free, whether they need to replace siding, a kitchen or bath remodel, window replacement, or a new deck. For more information about this outstanding company, please call (630)941-1800, visit their website at http://www.durabuilthi.com.
About Durabuilt Home Improvements
Durabuilt Home Improvements began with one goal in mind, total customer satisfaction. With over 20 years of experience their company has established a reputation for providing exceptional customer care and quality workmanship at competitive prices. Their services include installation of entry doors, window replacement, installation of siding, soffit, fascia, awnings, canopies, kitchen and bath remodeling and basement refinishing. Their showroom features product samples the customer can see and touch. Ownership gets involved with every aspect of the job, from initial sales to installation. They happily serve Elmhurst, Addison, Villa Park, Wheaton, Downers Grove, Naperville and Bloomingdale.