James Hardie® building products provide a complete solution for creating well-designed homes. They are available in numerous profiles and finishes for a range of interior and exterior building applications. The products work well on their own or in unison with one another, so you can incorporate single or multiple products in a design.
The products are used extensively in new residential construction, manufactured housing, repair and remodelling, as well as a variety of commercial and industrial applications.
The product range suits a wide palette of architectural styles, from classic and traditional to ultra-modern and contemporary designs. The cladding products also look great in combination with many traditional building materials such as stone, wood and brick making design potential boundless!
James Hardie® fibre reinforced cement products will not burn, are resistant to moisture, termite damage, rotting and warping*. They are impact resistant, low in maintenance and highly durable. The Scyon™ range of advanced cement composite products also exhibit low density qualities making them easier to handle and install without compromising the core DNA of James Hardie™ durability.
James Hardie promotes energy efficient and sustainable design and as such, when you specify and use James Hardie products, you can take comfort in the knowledge that they have been manufactured with an emphasis on reducing environmental impacts, use sustainable, plantation-grown timber & abundant low toxicity products, have no volatile organic compounds and produce a lower footprint on the world compared to many other building materials.
"Wherever we operate, our goal is to be at the forefront of the building materials industry, capitalising on our global leadership in product innovation, market development and manufacturing efficiency. It is James Hardie’s commitment to quality and industry leading products that differentiates us from other building materials companies”.
Learn more about James Hardie's Company History and read the company mission statement and core values
*when installed and maintained correctly and to the extent set out in James Hardie's published literature current at the time of installation.