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A complete renovation of this Roland Park house Another example of the quality work we do a Ram construction

Why RAM uses James Hardie Siding over Vinyls and Wood.

There are many reasons to choose James Hardie siding over vinyl, the first of which is appearance. James Hardie siding is over five times thicker than vinyl, allowing for deeper grooves and a more authentic wood-grain effect. The result is more elegant than vinyl (which is plastic), particularly on a historic home.

Then comes function. Vinyl melts easily in a fire (or even from the reflection of the sun off Low-E glass windows); James Hardie products are noncombustible. Vinyl may crack and warp from the elements; James Hardie products are more durable and resist warping, sagging and melting

James Hardie siding is not only less expensive than wood, it won’t be eaten by animals or insects. It also resists water absorption better than wood even where the manufacturer’s recommended protections are followed, helping protect against mold.

When there’s a fire, James Hardie siding is much better at withstanding damage, while wood goes up in flames

James Hardie siding and trim products provide more protection than wood from wet and freezing conditions as well as hot, humid weather.

Wood may split, crack and deteriorate over time, while James Hardie siding resists weather damage and keeps its shape for a much longer time, which means less maintenance to worry about year after year.

James Hardie fiber cement is specifically formulated to better resist damage from the very predators—moisture, freezing temperature, humidity, pests and fire—that pose threats to wood-based products.
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Ram Construction with a New James Hardie shake make over

At Ram construction, we seize the opportunity when we get to turn good into great! A waterfront dream home located in Annapolis. New windows, new siding, new trim, RAM transformed this home into a treasure. RAM only uses the very best materials. This Annapolis home not only had new siding, we installed new windows and trim which perfectly accented the structure and environment.  James Hardie shakes offers the very best in traditional charm combined with weather resistant security. Every piece has a raised wood texture that mimics traditional texture but provides a lifetime of protection. There are so many options and choices available. We invite you to view this case study and call us to discuss the possibilities. Ram will make your dream home a reality.

Start thinking about Fall & Winter with your home

RAM is here to help! Have any questions or concerns about your home and any possible problems that can be Stopped before they start? Give us a call!

Get your mind in the gutters. Inspect and clean gutters and downspouts.
Button up your overcoat. Seal gaps and cracks around windows and doors with weather-stripping and caulk.
Get on top of roof problems. Inspect your roof for damaged or curled shingles, corroded flashing, or leaky vents.
Walks the walks (and drives). Take steps to repair damaged sidewalks, driveways, and steps.
Chill out. Drain and winterize outdoor faucets and irrigation systems.
Freshen your filter. Clean or replace dirty furnace filters.
Give your furnace a physical. Have a professional inspect your heating system.
Gather round the hearth. Check fireplaces for soot or creosote build-up. Better yet, schedule a visit from a reputable chimney sweep.
Keep the humidifier humming. Clean the plates or pads to ensure efficient operation.
Head-off gas problems. If you have a gas-fired room heater, have it inspected by a pro. Also, perform any routine maintenance recommended by the maker.
Keep the wood fires burning brightly. Wood stoves are making a comeback. To avoid a deadly situation, be sure to inspect yours before firing it up.
Keep your family safe at home. A home safety check should be an annual ritual in every household. Test smoke and CO monitors, inspect (or install) fire extinguishers, review fire escape plans, and rid your home of old newspapers and other fire hazards.