James Hardie Launches New Website for Trade Professionals

Site enables easy access to technical documents, product and installation details, specs and more

CHICAGO (Jan. 17, 2017) — James Hardie Building Products Inc., the leader in fiber cement siding, announced today the launch of their new website, JamesHardiePros.com. The site is a valuable resource designed to provide contractors, architects, builders, installers, dealers and other industry trade professionals with the information they require to efficiently service their customers.

The James Hardie Pro Site provides easy access to technical documents, product specs and installation best practices. The site also allows users to search by product, document type or geographical region to quickly locate the information they need. It’s intended to guide, inspire and inform the trade audience through every phase of the exterior design and installation process.

Furthermore, professionals can use the website to receive a complete list of the distributors and dealers nearest to them, as well as the full range of James Hardie products available in their area.

“Just like our products, we want our trade professionals to be ready for anything, and we feel this new website sets up our customers for success,” said Sean Gadd, Chief Marketing Officer at James Hardie Building Products. “The tools provided on the site are engineered to help industry professionals design and build better and more efficiently so they can offer the very best to their clients.”

JamesHardie.com will continue to provide design inspiration and product information to homeowners who are interested in re-siding their home or building.

To gain access to technical documents, pro support, product specs and more, visit JamesHardiePros.com
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About James Hardie Building Products, Inc.
James Hardie is the global leader in fiber cement technology, and has been furthering founder James Hardie’s innovative, entrepreneurial legacy around the world for more than 125 years. It invented fiber cement siding products in the early 1980s as a durable, lower-maintenance alternative to wood and vinyl. Its products combine innovation and versatility to offer a variety of design possibilities, matched with specific performance attributes relative to the climate where the product is being used. Currently installed on more than 5.5 million homes in North America, James Hardie has earned a favorable reputation within the industry and has been specified in some of the country’s most prestigious projects. For more information about James Hardie, visit jameshardie.com.