Resolve Siding Campaign

James Hardie: The Siding Made For Alberta’s Homes

Living in Alberta can be a roller coaster as far as the climate is concerned. It can seem like one minute its swimming weather, and the next minute you’re bundled up to resist the cold. One moment it’s dry and sunny, and the next thing you know rain is falling. You can only pray that it doesn’t become hail from …

Resolve Siding Campaign

Resolve Campaign Part 1 – Providence

Providence House in Crescent Heights is the second new construction project to open through the Resolve Campaign. The building is owned by the Calgary Homeless Foundation, and 24 hour on-site tenant support will be provided through the YWCA of Calgary. “The project has been educational and a source of inspiration for our team,” says Rob Kennedy, president of Morrison Homes …

New Energy Efficienty In Alberta's Buildings Code

New energy efficiency change to Alberta’s building code

With the continued and growing emphasis on sustainability in construction we could be on the verge of a radical shift in how we think about the current stock of buildings. As the Energy and Environment Coordinator for Building Regulations at The City, it’s an exciting time for me – and for our province. For the first time in Alberta’s history, we …

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James Hardie Siding – #1 Return on Investment

Unless you plan to live in your same house forever, you want to know that the hard earned money you put into your home, will result in an increase in your home’s value. Some home improvements cost more than they’re worth, while others can increase your home’s value. When it comes to home improvement projects replacing your siding appears to …