Hardie Board Siding

Painting your Hardie board siding
A cost-effective alternative to replacement


Hardie board, or fiber-cement, is a siding favourite for many homeowners. It’s easy to see why: you get the look of natural wood siding, without the problems. But this resistance to fire, warping, shrinkage, and extreme weather comes with a price… literally! So, if you are the owner of that high-quality siding, you’re in luck.

Paint your Hardie board siding and get the new look without the new price!

Our exterior paint for Hardie board siding is the only true alternative to an otherwise very expensive replacement. Formulated with top-of-the-line solar-reflective pigments, we make it possible for you to paint and rejuvenate your fiber-cement siding in many different colours.

We input real-time weather parameters into our own proprietary software, which then tells us how to optimize paint to deal with heat, humidity, and wind at the time of application on your Hardie board siding.

Our goal? To achieve optimal adhesion and finish for a long-lasting first impression!

Eco-Friendly & Energy Efficient

Hardie-board is mainly made of sand, cement, and recycled wood. It also ranks very high for energy efficiency.

Painting your Hardie board siding sure sounds like a win-win to us!

How to paint Hardie board siding the Spray-Net way

  • Before painting your hardie board siding, we perform a powerful water-scrape.
  • We repair damaged planks, holes and dents and remove caulking of expansion joints in order to create a flat and even surface for painting.
  • We mask and protect all the surrounding surfaces such as the roof, windows, back and side doors, patio and patio furniture.
  • We spray paint your siding with our hardie board coating for even and full coverage and when dry, remove all masking. Where necessary, we finish the look by applying new colour-matching.
  • We do a final clean-up and make sure your property is as clean as it was when our team first arrived!
Spray-Net's unique solution
also works on the following surfaces