PHI Has Been Awarded Elite Preferred Status by James Hardie


When it’s time to install new siding, choose a contractor that has a reputation for high quality, durability, and a variety of high-performing products. For over 30 years, Preferred Home Improvement has served as a leader in the home improvement industry in the greater Southeast Pennsylvania area. Because of our proven dedication to our craftsmanship and providing exceptional customer service, PHI has been granted the coveted Elite Preferred Contractor status from the James Hardie Building Products Company, North America’s leading siding brand. 

As the highest level awarded to businesses by James Hardie siding, the Elite Preferred Contractor status signifies a siding contractor is committed to meeting strict requirements, offering outstanding service, and ensuring customer satisfaction. Read on for more information about how James Hardie Elite Preferred Contractors stand out amongst competitors and how PHI can help build your ideal home.

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About James Hardie Siding 

As the nation’s #1 siding brand, James Hardie offers weatherproof, fire-resistant, and pest-resistant products. They are meant to endure any climate as well as offer curb appeal and increased home efficiency all while remaining low maintenance for homeowners. In fact, James Hardie siding has been backed by the Good Housekeeping Seal from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute since 2013. This means their siding options have beat out competitors based on factors of appearance and longevity after rigorous testing. 


Why Choose a James Hardie Elite Preferred Contractor?

As an Elite Preferred Contractor, Preferred Home Improvement meets specific criteria so customers know they are receiving the best service and customer experience possible. Preferred Home Improvement guarantees:

  • Compliance with siding installation best practices
  • Professional sales approach
  • Audits by James Hardie
  • A satisfactory credit report
  • State licensed & fully bonded
  • Liability insurance $1,000,000 per occurrence
  • Workman’s compensation Insurance 
  • Satisfactory background check with at least 6 past clients
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Elite Preferred contractors earn the top level of homeowner recommendations based on customer satisfaction data from GuildQuality, a leading third-party surveyor. 

The Advantages of PHI’s James Hardie Siding Services 

Preferred Home Improvement’s contractors possess the industry knowledge to help you make informed decisions on the material, style, design, and color that will best complement your home. Our customers know they’re receiving the best when they invest in our services. We stand behind James Hardie fiber cement products due to its lifetime value, vast array of color and design options, and the company’s commitment to creating a greener world by using more sustainable materials like Portland cement, cellulose pulp, sand, and water. 

Moreover, homeowners can see the difference in quality and differentiated design options, with the ability to select from a range of profiles and textures, and more than 700 colors to create the picture perfect exterior. It’s easy to create a particular look whether you prefer board and batten, shingle, or lap profiles. What’s more, James Hardie’s ColorPlus Technology extends colored siding’s lifespan by withstanding UV rays and resisting chipping, peeling, and cracking. 

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When you need a new siding installation company, turn to Preferred Home Improvement. For over 30 years, this family-owned roofing contractor has served high-quality renovation services to the greater Philadelphia area. Specialized in James Hardie siding, they offer superior, affordable services to each client. They also provide home additions to complete your remodeling vision such as adding decks or expanding the living space for entertainment purposes.

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