Siding, Windows, and Doors

Update the look of your home and increase the value with new siding and trim. Anchor specializes in James Hardie cement fiber siding and trim, CertainTeed Vinyl Siding as well as masonry and stone veneer.

What is Fiber Cement Siding?

Most fiber cement products are made with the main ingredients of cellulose fibers, Portland cement, and sand. Our preferred cement fiber siding brand, James Hardie® siding comes in many different styles, such as lap siding, shingles, panels, and trim boards.

Benefits of Fiber Cement Siding

Many homeowners are choosing fiber cement siding because of its many benefits:

  • Style and Variety: Cement fiber siding products also have many different colors and grain patterns, such as wood grain, smooth, and stucco to mimic just about any type of exterior architectural style you prefer.
  • Durability: Installed on millions of homes, cement fiber siding products combine the warmth and character of wood with the unsurpassed durability and low maintenance of fiber-cement with a baked on finish that resists chipping, rotting, cracking, and delaminating.
  • Safety: Cement Fiber siding is noncombustible and Resists damage from wind, rain, freezing temperatures and hail.
  • Warranty: Our best quality fiber cement products carry up to 30-year limited transferable product warranty in addition to a 15-year finish warranty that will cover the paint as well as the labor.

Composite Trim

If it is time to replace your exterior trim please consider the composite for a look that will last and requires minimum maintenance.

Composite trim offers the advantages of wood and none of the limitations.

In the past, wood trim generically held up well and was a beautiful addition to any home exterior. Now, most wood is “farm-raised” and grows fast, resulting in a less dense product. This less dense wood trim doesn’t hold up well to the elements and begins to decay much sooner, even with priming.

Composite trim comes in a wide variety of styles and finishes with the look of real wood, but it requires none of the maintenance wood trim requires. Composite trim does not split, crack, rot or absorb moisture — and best of all — termites ignore it!