James Hardie continues to grow its fiber cement siding and trim business with increased distribution at Dixie Plywood & Lumber Company (DIXIEPLY) and Weyerhaeuser locations in the Texas market. Starting July 1st, a full line of James Hardie® products will be introduced at DIXIEPLY distribution centers in Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, and at Weyerhaeuser's Houston location. DIXIEPLY and Weyerhaeuser will be two of three companies to carry a full range of James Hardie products in Texas. The other, DW Distribution Inc., also has distribution centers in Desoto, Round Rock, and Greenville and has been carrying James Hardie products since 2003.
"At both the manufacturing and distributor level, James Hardie is committed to providing enhanced service and support to our dealers and builders, with the ultimate goal being growth for all participants in the supply chain," said Justin Jordan, National Manager, Strategic Accounts for James Hardie Building products, "We believe that our partners are well suited to distribute a full range of James Hardie products due to their strong commitment to customer relationships and service."
Look to Dixie Plywood & Lumber Company, DW Distribution Inc., and Weyerhaeuser for a complete line of James Hardie products including HardiePlank® lap siding, HardiePanel® vertical siding, HardieShingle® siding, HardieSoffit® panels, HardieTrim® boards; all products are available in ColorPlus® Technology for a variety of design options through colors and textures. James Hardie siding products are also backed by one of the strongest warranties in the industry.
The James Hardie product portfolio also includes HardieBacker® cement board, the #1 selling brand of backer board.
About James Hardie Building Products
James Hardie has been the global leader in fiber cement technology for more than 100 years. It was the first to introduce fiber cement siding products to the U.S. in the early 1980s as a durable, lower-maintenance alternative to wood and vinyl. James Hardie 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, James Hardie products have earned a favorable reputation within the industry and have been specified in some of the country's most prestigious projects. For more information about James Hardie visit www.jameshardie.com.