James Hardie Distribution Update for Pittsburgh District
Effective immediately, Boise Cascade will service the Pittsburgh District
James Hardie Building Products, the world leader in fiber cement siding, announced an addition to its distribution partnerships today for the Pittsburgh District that will allow for the continued growth of its fiber cement siding and trim business.
Effective immediately, Boise Cascade, Wheatland, PA will carry the full range of James Hardie® siding, trim and interior products to service Western Pennsylvania, while Boise Cascade, Westfield, MA will service Western New York. There are no changes to existing partnerships with National Industrial Lumber Company (NILCO).
“With this change in distribution we believe Boise Cascade and NILCO will provide an exceptional level of support for James Hardie products into the building materials dealers in the Pittsburgh District,” said Andrew Bella, Northeast Regional Sales Manager of James Hardie Building Products.
The Pittsburgh District distributors will offer the complete line of James Hardie® products including HardiePlank® lap siding, HardiePanel® vertical siding, HardieShingle® siding, HardieSoffit® panels and HardieTrim® boards. All products are available with ColorPlus® Technology for a variety of design options through numerous 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 top selling brand of backer board.
Customers can contact the distribution partners listed here with questions regarding delivery schedules and product availability:
For more information about James Hardie products, please visit www.jameshardiepros.com.
About James Hardie Building Products Inc.
James Hardie is the global leader in fiber cement technology and has been furthering founder James Hardie’s innovative, entrepreneurial legacy around the world for more than 125 years. It invented fiber cement siding products in the early 1980s as a durable, lower-maintenance alternative to wood and vinyl. Its 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 8 million homes in North America, James Hardie has earned a favorable reputation within the industry and has been specified in some of the country’s most prestigious projects. For more information about James Hardie visit www.jameshardie.com.