Seek out superior siding options for your home
While Windows Hawaii provides aesthetically pleasing windows and doors to your home, the company also churns out other premium products that further add to your structure’s durability, function and visual appeal with its line of siding and enclosed patios.
Windows Hawaii offers only the best siding options with reliable brands such as Craneboard for vinyl and James Hardie for fiber cement.
Craneboard vinyl siding presents surfaces with accents of stone, shake and board. With a palette of nine colors to choose from, as well as accessories and trim personalization, you’ll be more than happy with your elevated exterior’s look. As a growing trend, many residents in the islands have been opting for vinyl siding as it is cost-effective, requiring little to no maintenance, having never to be painted and is easy to clean if needed.
James Hardie serves as another viable option as it resists the harmful effects from the sun, salt and rain that Hawaii residents experience daily. With our islands’ extreme series of winds and rains, residents can have that much more peace of mind with James Hardie siding. It can withstand winds up to 150 mph and is warranted to not rot, warp or delaminate, like other products boasting such benefits against tropical weather.
Further enjoy your exterior with Windows Hawaii’s line of sunrooms and patio covers. Whether you are looking for an extra play area for the kids, or some extended space to entertain guests an enclosed sunroom or a patio and deck cover is just the right solution.
Choose from a simple screened patio or a glass sunroom, but both “combine superior energy efficiency and design flexibility to create a custom space tailored to your family’s lifestyle and needs,” according to the company website.
For a more immersed experience with the outdoors, Windows Hawaii’s patio covers are a great option as they are durable enough to stand up to winds blowing more than 110 mph.
Soak in the outdoors and the warm Hawaiian sun without the worry of damage from outside elements. Call general manager Mario Garcia or visit the Windows Hawaii website for more information on upgrading your home.