Fiber. Cement. Siding.
If you’re a homeowner in the Houston area looking to do a remodeling project, these are the only 3 words you need to remember. Once again, fiber cement siding has been named the project with the highest ROI in the Upscale project category in the 2013 Cost vs. Value report from Remodeling Magazine*.
And the news is even better for those in the Houston metro; the ROI for fiber cement is an almost unheard of 93.9%! Check out the graph below:
What does it mean? While the average homeowner in Houston spends around $12,000 on a fiber cement siding project, they will get nearly that much back when it’s time to sell the house. And that doesn’t even take into account the potentially lowered homeowner’s insurance premiums due to fiber cement’s fire resistance. Here are some other reasons fiber cement siding is a really good value:
- Durability – Fiber cement siding has what it takes to stand up to all the elements Houston will throw at it. Unlike wood-based siding products which may curl, rot, warp or split from exposure to moisture, fiber cement siding products resist the harshest weather conditions.
- Protection – Fiber cement siding has been proven time and time again to beat vinyl and wood siding in fire resistance tests.
- Unmatched Beauty – There’s a reason popular siding brands like James Hardie® siding have been featured on shows like ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition; its beauty. Fiber cement can resemble various textures such as wood, stucco, vinyl, or cedar.
Why Best Investments for Houston Fiber Cement Siding?
- James Hardie® Preferred Remodeler; America’s top rated siding brand
- We will not be undersold; 9 out of 10 times we are the best price in the Houston area
- Thousands of Houston siding projects completed since 1977
- A+ BBB rated & Angie’s List Super Service winner
- 2008 – 2012 NARI Contractor of the Year (Region V South Central Residential Exterior Under $100k)
For a free quote on Houston siding from Best Investments, give us a call at 281-852-1866!
Source: Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report 2013