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  • James Hardie gears up for its plant expansion in Laguna

    James Hardie Philippines, the market leader in fiber cement technology, recently sealed an EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) contract with JGC Philippines, Inc. for the James Hardie Line 2 Project, an expansion plan for their manufacturing plant in Cabuyao, Laguna.

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  • Suntrust redefines better living with HardieFlex® building products

    Having been in the industry for almost two decades, property developer Suntrust Properties, Inc. understands all too well the importance of using superior construction materials in building sustainable horizontal and vertical residences.

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  • James Hardie opens doors of opportunities for Yolanda survivors

    When typhoon Yolanda hit Eastern Visayas, particularly the provinces of Samar and Leyte, the world saw a super typhoon could easily wipe out towns and cities from the map and leave behind scores of casualties.

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  • Go for the Real HardieFlex®

    For many people, building a house may happen just once in a lifetime, and the term "dream house" really takes on a deep meaning for them. It’s a long-term investment, that’s why it’s important to ensure that the structure will really last and stay picturesque for a long time. Sound planning, proper construction procedures, and using the best building materials are a must.

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  • Senepa Designed for the Philippine Weather

    Fascia—known in the vernacular as ‘senepa’—has very practical purposes: as attachment point for rain gutters to help the roof weather-proof our homes, and to prevent moisture from entering the house through any gap between the roof and the eaves. But it also has an aesthetic role as a decorative accent to a home’s façade.

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  • James Hardie and De La Salle Philippines: Rebuilding the future

    Yolanda survivors from Samar and Leyte continue to get back on their feet and show that they can be an inspiration to the world....

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  • James Hardie: Living Without Compromise

    Many people, when faced with time or budget constraints, or a decision between old and new ways of doing things, are forced to accept standards that are lower than desirable. Yet there is one aspect in life where there should be no room for compromise: the building of spaces where we live, work, play, and enjoy...

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  • The Green and Healthy Home

    When people talk about building green homes, many think they need to sacrifice a lot to be earth-friendly: their budget, their dream home design, their comfort, or the durability of the materials. Nothing can be further from the truth! If you choose really green and safe building products, you can have an eco-friendly and healthy...

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  • James Hardie helps Yolanda survivors rebuild communities

    Alongside its mission of providing building products to build better and more durable houses for Filipino families; James Hardie, the world leader in fiber cement technology, is likewise a responsible corporate partner of Filipinos in building a better, more durable future...

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  • All About Eaves

    They often receive very little attention, yet eaves deserve the same attention as your home’s ceilings. Not many people know what eaves are, yet they are an important part of a house which homeowners should not take for granted. James Hardie, a global...

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  • James Hardie initiates partnership with NHA to hold carpentry workshops

    MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Continuing its commitment to allow every Filipino to live without compromise, James Hardie Philippines, together with the National Housing Authority (NHA), conducts a series of livelihood workshops on basic carpentry intended for carpenters living in NHA housing projects.

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  • James Hardie Philippines and MPOWER: Building Better, Sturdier Classrooms for a Brighter Future

    MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Meralco’s MPOWER and social development arm One Meralco Foundation, together with building materials partner James Hardie Philippines, formally turned over a fully-furnished kindergarten classroom to the Lagundi Elementary School in Plaridel, Bulacan as part of a joint Corporate Social...

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  • Weathering the Rain: Tips on preparing your home for the rainy season

    MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Houses in the Philippines are constantly exposed to two weather extremes: heavy rains and extreme heat. Over time, even structures built sturdily will suffer from cracks, water leakage, mildew, mold, and rotting when left uncared for. Especially during the...

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