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HardiePanel Vertical Siding Our natural cedar look has a soft texture that mimics wood Design Advice This texture is especially nice for a farmhouse or cottage Also makes a great accent on the second floor of a house More ColorPlus Technology colors are available near you You can’t go wrong with this simple versatile look

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  • Vertical siding Fiber Cement Siding at

    Vertical siding Fiber Cement Siding at

    Shop Vertical siding fiber cement siding in the fiber cement siding accessories section of Find quality fiber cement siding online or in store Skip

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  • Fiber Cement Siding  Accessories at

    Fiber Cement Siding Accessories at

    James Hardie 48in x 96inHZ10 HardiePanel Stucco Fiber Cement Vertical Siding James Hardie 825in x 144inHZ10 HardiePlank Smooth Fiber Cement Lap Siding James Hardie 35in x 144in HardieTrim Primed Smooth Fiber Cement Trim

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  • Architectural Panels  Fiber Cement Siding  Allura USA

    Architectural Panels Fiber Cement Siding Allura USA

    Allura Fiber Cement Vertical Siding panels offer you the look of seamless cedar beautifully textured stucco grooved cedar or smooth panel sheets

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  • Which Is Better  Vinyl Siding or Fiber Cement Siding

    Which Is Better Vinyl Siding or Fiber Cement Siding

    May 07 2019 · Fiber cement is composed of wood pulp sand Portland cement and water While there are many brands of fiber cement James Hardie siding is the number one brand for fiber cement and the number one siding in America

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  • Fiber Cement Siding at Menards

    Fiber Cement Siding at Menards

    Extremely durable fiber cement siding is resistant to moisture fire warping and insects Check out our large selection of sizes and shapes

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  • HardiePanel Vertical Siding  James Hardie Pros

    HardiePanel Vertical Siding James Hardie Pros

    About HardiePanel Vertical Siding Combine with HardieTrim boards for a rustic boardandbatten look Or go for the more minimalist look of simple vertical lines USE IT FOR Works well with farmhousestyle or modern homes

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  • Fiber Cement Siding  Siding  The Home Depot

    Fiber Cement Siding Siding The Home Depot

    Allura Fiber Cement siding delivers the beauty of wood plank siding with authentic cedar wood grain The highly durable low maintenance design will not warp or

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  • Architectural Panels  Fiber Cement Siding  Allura USA

    Architectural Panels Fiber Cement Siding Allura USA

    Allura Fiber Cement Vertical Siding panels offer you the look of seamless cedar beautifully textured stucco grooved cedar or smooth panel sheets

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  • Which Is Better  Vinyl Siding or Fiber Cement Siding

    Which Is Better Vinyl Siding or Fiber Cement Siding

    May 07 2019 · Fiber cement is composed of wood pulp sand Portland cement and water While there are many brands of fiber cement James Hardie siding is the number one brand for fiber cement and the number one siding in America

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  • HardiePanel Vertical Siding  James Hardie Pros

    HardiePanel Vertical Siding James Hardie Pros

    About HardiePanel Vertical Siding Combine with HardieTrim boards for a rustic boardandbatten look Or go for the more minimalist look of simple vertical lines USE IT FOR Works well with farmhousestyle or modern homes

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  • Fiber Cement Siding

    Fiber Cement Siding

    Fiber cement trim board is available in varying sizes from 716 inch to one inch Vinyl corner trims are also compatible with fiber cement siding Manufacturers recommend joining fibercement lap siding over a stud Make sure to leave a 18 inch gap between the siding and the edge of the wood casings and corner boards so the wood can move

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  • Fiber Cement Siding Vs Vinyl Siding  Difference Between

    Fiber Cement Siding Vs Vinyl Siding Difference Between

    Fiber Cement Siding Fiber cement siding is often called “hardiplank” or even “hardie board” named from the most popular brand of fiber cement siding which is manufactured by James Hardie Fiber cement planks are formed by combining wood pulp with Portland cement

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  • Fiber Cement Siding vs Wood Siding  James Hardie

    Fiber Cement Siding vs Wood Siding James Hardie

    If you are searching for timeless beauty and superior home exterior protection James Hardie fiber cement siding has many advantages over wood siding Weather JAMES HARDIE FIBER CEMENT SIDING Resists weather damage and keeps its shape for a much longer time which means less maintenance to worry about year after year WOOD SIDING May split or crack over time Climate

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  • 2019 Vinyl Siding vs Fiber CementHardie Board

    2019 Vinyl Siding vs Fiber CementHardie Board

    HomeAdvisors Siding Comparison Guide explores the differences pros and cons of fiber cement and vinyl including information on James Hardies Hardie Board Hardiplank fiber cement Compare costs easy of installation colors painting options durability thickness R value length of life and more to decide which is the best siding for your home

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  • All About FiberCement Siding Types  Costs  This Old

    All About FiberCement Siding Types Costs This Old

    1 × Picking the right siding for your house is a delicate balancing act between good looks durability maintenance and affordability With wood vinyl stone brick or stucco you might get only two or three of these But with fiber cement a resilient mix of wood pulp and portland cement you get all four

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  • House Siding Options Plus Costs Pros  Cons 2019

    House Siding Options Plus Costs Pros Cons 2019

    Primary Style 1 HardiePlank Lap Siding Like vinyl fiber cement’s most common style is meant to mimic bevel wood siding HardiePlank has both smooth and texturedrough finishes Going with the lap siding style fiber cement has the highest ROI and scores 100 on the ‘Joy Factor’ from homeowners according to NARI’s Remodeling Income Report

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  • Fiber Cement Siding Pros Cons and Best Brands  Siding

    Fiber Cement Siding Pros Cons and Best Brands Siding

    High Material and Installation Costs Due to the weight and possibility of damage to the planks during installation fiber cement takes more planning Siding contractors will need larger crews HardiePlank weighs about 300 pounds per 100 square feet while the same area of

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  • Fiber Cement Siding Cement Board Lap Siding Exterior

    Fiber Cement Siding Cement Board Lap Siding Exterior

    Nichiha panels bring the look of wood stone brick metal more to your commercial or residential projects with highperformance fiber cement Read more here

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  • House Siding  Backer Board  James Hardie

    House Siding Backer Board James Hardie

    James Hardie is the world leader in fiber cement siding and backerboard Weve been providing a better way to build for over 100 years

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  • Fiber cement siding  Wikipedia

    Fiber cement siding Wikipedia

    Specifications When used as siding boards widths between 130mm and 300mm 525 inch to 12 inch are available Fiber cement thicknesses vary between 4518mm and also vary in density – the lower density resulting in a fibrous rough edge when cut and the higher density having a

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  • Vertical  Horizontal Siding Installation  Which is Right

    Vertical Horizontal Siding Installation Which is Right

    Vertical fiber cement siding A siding that is high demand these days comes from James Hardie a company that makes a vertical fiber cement siding that offers a unique look without being over the top trendy It has a natural wood look to it but is far more durable It’s made from wood pulp fly ash Portland cement and water – pretty simple

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  • Vertical  Horizontal Siding Installation  Which is Right

    Vertical Horizontal Siding Installation Which is Right

    Vertical fiber cement siding A siding that is high demand these days comes from James Hardie a company that makes a vertical fiber cement siding that offers a unique look without being over the top trendy It has a natural wood look to it but is far more durable It’s made from wood pulp fly ash Portland cement and water – pretty simple

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  • Fiber Cement Vertical Siding Kansas City  James Hardie Siding

    Fiber Cement Vertical Siding Kansas City James Hardie Siding

    Fiber Cement Vertical Siding Among the superior quality materials that our Kansas City siding contractors use HardiePanel vertical siding is one of them At Sure Point Exteriors we believe in using only the best which is why we use James Hardie materials

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  • Premium Plank Siding  Fiber Cement  Nichiha USA

    Premium Plank Siding Fiber Cement Nichiha USA

    Nichiha architectural wall panels and premium siding are available in an array of textures colors and finishes Browse our products and choose your look

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  • Fiber Cement Siding Pros Cons and Best Brands  Siding

    Fiber Cement Siding Pros Cons and Best Brands Siding

    This product is made of Portland cement wood fiber clay and sand The mixture produces a tough durable siding that can be molded into different textures and profiles to imitate clapboard siding

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  • An Architects Guide To Fiber Cement Cladding

    An Architects Guide To Fiber Cement Cladding

    Fiber Cement Cladding Categorization Installed from the bottom up each subsequent piece is installed to overlap the previous one Horizontal lap siding is available in a variety of widths ranging between 525 to 12inch wide panels Edges can be completely straight or beaded

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  • How to Install Fiber Cement Siding  Todays Homeowner

    How to Install Fiber Cement Siding Todays Homeowner

    Fiber cement siding should be installed 6” or more above the grade level of the house with a 1”– 2” gap between horizontal surfaces like decks steps or adjacent roofs Flash above doors and windows leaving a ¼” gap between the flashing and siding

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  • How to Cut and Install FiberCement Siding  This Old House

    How to Cut and Install FiberCement Siding This Old House

    4 When installing fibercement siding always leave a gap at the ends of each length of siding 5 Apply caulk to the joint before and after installing the siding 6 Install flashing at all end joints where two pieces of siding butt together Be sure the flashing overlaps the siding course below 7 Leave a small gap at butt joints and fill with caulk 8 If handnailing fibercement siding use hotdipped galvanized nails and

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  • Fiber Cement Products  James Hardie Pros

    Fiber Cement Products James Hardie Pros

    HardiePanel Vertical Siding James Hardie is here to help by providing accurate information about the new standard and guidance to help you demonstrate compliance Get a list of the distributors and dealers near you who offer North Americas favorite fiber cement siding Find a Dealer

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