Join the Hardie Fix Promo and be one of lucky three (3) winners of P5,000 worth of GCs! All you have to do is go to our microsite: hardiefix.jumpdigital.ph and register.
Upload a photo of an area in your home that badly needs a James Hardie makeover and tell us how you would use our products to spruce up your home in 200 characters or less!
The lucky recipients of the P5,000 GCs will be judged based on the criteria of:
- 20% votes
- 20% relevance to the promo
- 60% creativity
Now, what are you waiting for? Join now and start living without compromise.
James Hardie is the world leader in fiber cement technology. We have been in the building materials industry since 1888. Our company is founded on new developments and discoveries through our steadfast commitment to research. In the 1980s, we pioneered the development of asbestos-free cement boards. Since then, we have become the highly respected innovator and leader of fiber cement building materials. James Hardie boasts of 127 years of global knowledge and 19 years of local edge. We established our business initially in Australia, then we have expanded to New Zealand, the United States and in 1996, the Philippines. The manufacturing facility in Laguna does not only supply cement boards locally but all throughout the Asia Pacific region straight from our plant in Cabuyao. To add to that, the factory creates sustainable jobs for Filipinos.
Utilizing our global research team and with our experience in the Philippine market, it is apparent that the realities of a tropical country are much different from where we started. Keeping in mind the Philippines' notorious extreme weather swings, James Hardie building products have been designed and developed to withstand the local climate. The high temperature and high pressure treatment we enforce in our cement boards increases the durability of our products and minimizes movement due to temperature variations. From our ceilings, walls and flooring to our senepa, eaves and siding, if it has the HardieFlex® or HardiePlank trademark, it was designed exactly for the needs of the Filipinos.
Based in the Philippines for almost two decades now, it is obvious that plywood and concrete hollow blocks are still being predominantly used in the construction of homes and this often leads to rapid deterioration. Whether it be due to water damage, fire, impact, or termites, houses quickly lose their initial sheen. If you have become a victim of these perennial damages, James Hardie would like to help you. We will prove to you the premium quality of HardieFlex backed by its resistance to moisture damage, fire, termites, and impact.