Transform Your Home with James Hardie ColorPlus® Technology
Our proprietary process involves applying multiple coats of paint that was created especially for the demands Alberta's climate places on your home's exterior siding. The paint is actually baked into the siding board to offer maximum durability and resistance to prolonged exposure to freezing temperatures as well as Alberta’s higher UV, ensuring a consistent, lasting finish every time.
- Specially formulated siding paint stands up to UV levels in a way few traditional paints can, offering better color fade resistance.*
- The James Hardie siding color palette was designed specifically for Canadian homes, by our color pro.
- Our ColorPlus Technology finish comes with a 15-year limited warranty that covers both paint and labor.
The ColorPlus Technology Process
James Hardie the largest producer of fiber-cement siding in North America is the only siding manufacturer that controls its siding products from the initial mixing of the cement to final painting in one facility. To ensure that the products meet James Hardie's high standards, over 41 quality assurance checks are made throughout the manufacturing process and the boards are also checked at three outside testing facilities to monitor long-term durability.
Siding Color Integrity
Have you ever taken a gallon of paint back to the store because it didn't match the rest of your project? How would you feel if one side of your house siding was a shade darker than the rest? James Hardie's color variance accuracy standards for our ColorPlus technology siding finish are three times stricter than what's acceptable for most "store-bought" paints and more tightly controlled than the automotive industry.
ColorPlus Siding Color Palette
The James Hardie ColorPlus siding color palette was created by our color pro who handpicked the custom colors and color combinations for each area of the country. Selections were based on regional housing styles, environmental surroundings and extensive research and development.
* James Hardie accelerated weathering tests compared with brush applied national paint in lab environment