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December 11th, 2017

Austin Pro Siding and Windows is a James Hardie elite preferred contractor AGAIN in 2018

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For the fourth year in a row, Austin Pro Siding and Windows was awarded the Elite Preferred contractor status from James Hardie.

Each year, James Hardie recognizes a small group of installers who consistently demonstrate the highest standards in quality and customer satisfaction.

Austin Pro works hard to maintain that standard and is a proud member of this elite group of national contractors.

November 28th, 2017

Austin Pro Lands in the Top 60 Remodeling Companies in the Nation that Excel in Customer Service

The third annual Qualified Remodeler/Guild Quality customer satisfaction report is out—and we are proud to be part of that prestigious national group.

Read about how we are “leading the way” and the entire article here ==>

January 23rd, 2017

Mental Health Day in Port O’Conner

My superintendent, along with our James Hardie rep, took a break from the norm to hit the coast this past November. We had a good day thanks to Captain Ron. Check out our fishing pics….

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April 25th, 2016

Austin Pro Siding and Windows BBB Accreditation

Austin Pro Siding and Windows has met the accreditation standards required by the Better Business Bureau for membership with the organization each year for the past five years.

BBB Accreditation means that we adhere to very high ethical standards and that we deliver on this trust with fair and honest business practices.


February 15th, 2016

James Hardie fascia

Replacing the fascia boards on your Austin home is a cost-effective way to increase the curb-appeal of your home. Because fascia boards “face” the elements, it’s not hard to understand why so many in Austin are distressed looking.

Here are two fascia board installation techniques:
1) If you currently have a 2″ wood fascia product, you can contract us to easily install a new 1″ James Hardie trim right over top of it as a cladding (see inset photo).
2) If your home has an existing 1″ or 3/8″ thick fascia product, then we would remove that completely and install new James Hardie product in its place.

Call us for a free quote to learn how you can easily hit the re-fresh button on your house. And, if you’re still wondering what in the heck fascia is, click right HERE!

James Hardie fascia cladding

James Hardie fascia cladding

January 14th, 2016

Casements that look like Double Hung windows

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If you want the look of double hung windows but Austin’s egress codes are hampering that effort, ask if “colonial casements” are right for your home. Colonial casements are casements that look like double hung windows.  A faux meeting rail is inserted (usually between the panes) to give the window a double hung style from the street—therefore, keeping a consistent look between all the windows.

In this photo: Two of the four windows on the right side of the house are “colonial casements.” The other two are real double hung windows. Can you tell which two are the colonial casements?

January 25th, 2015

Code of Business Practices

We’re in our 5th year of being an accredited business by the Better Business Bureau (BBB). And as we strive to be the most efficient, effective and customer-centric siding and window replacement company in Austin, we proudly adhere to these BBB code of business practices:

• Build Trust: Establish and maintain a positive track record in the marketplace
• Advertise Honestly: Adhere to established standards of advertising and selling
• Tell the Truth: Honestly represent products and services, including clear and adequate disclosures of all material terms
• Be Transparent: Openly identify the nature, location and ownership of the business and clearly disclose all policies, guarantees and procedures that bear on a customer’s decision to buy
• Honor Promises: Abide by all written agreements and verbal representations
• Be Responsive: Address marketplace disputes quickly, professionally and in good faith
• Safeguard Privacy: Protect any data collected against mishandling and fraud, collect personal information only as needed and respect the preferences of customers regarding the use of their information

Earning a profit in an ethical, honest way is one of the most important guiding principles at Austin Pro Siding and Windows. Thank you for trusting us on your next siding or window replacement job.

November 9th, 2014

When to install joint flashing versus caulking

When ColorPlus lap siding pieces are used in the same run, they are required per James Hardie “best practices” to have joint flashing.  Flashing behind joints provides an unparalleled level of house protection against water damage.

Caulking James Hardie PrimePlus lap siding at the joints is required. However caulking the joints is not recommended for ColorPlus products for aesthetic reasons as the caulking and ColorPlus products will most likely weather at different rates of speed, thus leaving a less than desirable aesthetic look.

August 10th, 2014

Masonite siding Replaced with James Hardie in South Austin

Before and After photos of Masonite brand siding replaced with James Hardie lap siding. Here is a before and after photo of a James Hardie siding repair job we just completed. This South Austin home had rotting Masonite brand siding. If left unchecked, this once popular brand of siding typically experiences buckling, rotting and softening (like you see in the “before” picture). If left to deteriorate further, it can eventually result in damage to the structure of a home including permanent mildew, indoor leaks and buildup of toxic molds. Siding replacement from Austin Pro Siding and Windows can change all this. Call us for your free, no hassle James Hardie quote.

March 15th, 2014

James Hardie CEO Louis Gries in Austin

I had the privilege of meeting Louis Gries, the CEO of James Hardie, last week in Austin.

The reason for my lucky encounter was that he was passing through Austin from his hometown of Chicago (he denied that he was in town for SxSW). Ultimately, he joined me and my local Hardie rep, Randy, on one of our contractor-level meetings.

During the meeting, Mr. Gries brought valuable insight to my siding business practices and metrics. We had some lighter moments, too, as we swapped funny stories about our engagement with Yelp reviews.

Having Mr. Gries at the meeting proves to me that James Hardie has an unobstructed commitment to communication at the many layers of their business model. And as an dedicated installer, I appreciate that.