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HardiePlank HZ10 5/16 in. x 8.25 in. x 144 in. Fiber Cement Select Cedarmill Lap Siding

$7.48 /each
  • Fiber cement siding resists cracking, rotting, swelling and pests
  • Our Select Cedarmill finish has a soft texture that mimics wood
  • Pre-primed and engineered to enhance the performance of paint

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All HardiePlank lap siding comes in a variety of looks and textures, all of which are Engineered for Climate. We are so sure about how well the HardieZone system will perform, HardiePlank lap siding comes with a 30-year no prorated, transferable, limited warranty - our strongest warranty ever.

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  • Resists damage from moisture
  • Resists cracking, splitting, rotting and swelling
  • Resists termites and insects
  • Superior performance in high wind and hurricane areas
  • Resists flame spread
  • Complete exterior available in lap, shingle, panel, fascia, trim and soffit
  • Paint lasts longer than on wood
  • Pre-primed or available in ColorPlus Technology a factory applied color finish with a variety of color options
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HardiePlank HZ10 5/16 in. x 8.25 in. x 144 in. Fiber Cement Select Cedarmill Lap Siding
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how do i deternin how much to order

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August 5, 2016
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First you can not just use square footage. You need to figure the exposure. The factory exposure of 8.25 boards is 7" however I have looked at pro forums and with that exposure you most likely will want ot face nail at the bottom of each board with a siding nailer.
If you are going to blind nail I recommend less exposure. I left 6 " with a 2.25 overlap. It will be tighter more wind resistant and won't
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First you can not just use square footage. You need to figure the exposure. The factory exposure of 8.25 boards is 7" however I have looked at pro forums and with that exposure you most likely will want ot face nail at the bottom of each board with a siding nailer.
If you are going to blind nail I recommend less exposure. I left 6 " with a 2.25 overlap. It will be tighter more wind resistant and won't flap when someone pulls on it.
Figure how long each side is going to be and how many vertically you need. At the top of each wall I used a water impervious board as the last board. Used as trim but overlapping the siding and then nailed on. It gave a clean finished look. Same on gable ends only you still can only butt the siding against the trim. At the very top I used stainless siding nails predrilled and hand driven and then caulked the crack between the trim and siding.
The siding was blind nailed with 1.75 stainless roofing nails used with a roofing nailer and a sequential trigger. Look it up if you don' t know what it is.
Don't forget to put flashing behind every butt joint siding to siding and do not caulk those joints only where it butts against trim or windows. Read Less
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November 18, 2014
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each board is 12 feet long, x 12" per foot = 144 " long. With the overlape of 1 1/4" each board covers 7". (81/4-1 1/4 =7 ) 7" x 144" = 1008 square inches. 1008 si divided by a square foot (144si ) = 7sf coverage per board. 7 not 8 not 8.25 do not listen to these other experts
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August 23, 2014
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When factoring in the 1-1/4" lap using the lap guide brackets, you will get 7" of vertical coverage per board. That works out to 8.8 sq. ft per board.
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August 20, 2014
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You need to take the square footage you need to cover and divide this by the desired exposure to get the numer of pieces you need
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Snuffy, it depends on what the exposure i if it is 8 inches then each board will only cover 8 SQFT
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Snuffy,it depend on the exposure, if this is 8 inches, then each board will only cover 8 sqft.
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April 15, 2014
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Hi Snuffy,
Each board will cover 8.25 feet.
Divide you total square footage by 8.25 to determine how many boards you will need.
Thus if you want to cover 900 square feet, divide 900 by 8.25
to get 109 boards. Buy extra boards to allow for errors and cuts.
Mike,
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Where can I get this but with the smooth finish?

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San Antonio
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Does Home Depot carry this stuff but with the smooth finish? If not where can I buy it?
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Just turn it over and prime and paint it.
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If Home Depot des not have it contact where it is made in Plant City Florida..813-707-5000
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If Home Depot does not carry smooth finish and believe they may not,try contacting where it is actually made in Plant City Florida...Phone number 813-707-5000 many people doesn't know this contact,hope it helps.Thanks
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September 30, 2015
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Generally it is not a stocked item but can be special ordered
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Do you just chalk the seams or is there a backing to prevent moisture form seeping in. I 'm concerned about expansion and contraction at the seams

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No siding is waterproof. You need to install this over a waterproof membrane or you will develop dryrot on your plywood or studs and potentially mold in your insulation and/or interior gypsum board.
Tyvek home wrap or something similar. Just staple the paper to the studs/plywood, and overlap the sheets (+/-12") so there is no exposed plywood or studs.
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you start at the bottom overlaping the second one over the first pc, approximately 1"
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May 24, 2014
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It is best not to caulk the seams. The maintenance is greater as the caulk will eventually fail and you will need to remove and recaulk, and this usually means you have to repaint the whole wall.
There are joint slip sheets JH recommends. The details of this installation are available in the best practices guide at the following link: Read More
It is best not to caulk the seams. The maintenance is greater as the caulk will eventually fail and you will need to remove and recaulk, and this usually means you have to repaint the whole wall.
There are joint slip sheets JH recommends. The details of this installation are available in the best practices guide at the following link: http://www.jameshardie.com/builder/products_siding_hardieplankLapSiding.py?openTab=jsnavLink4 Read Less
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May 22, 2014
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Hi Coriollis,
James Hardie does not recommend caulk at the seams.
They recommend flashing behind the joints.
For complete instructions visit www.jameshardie.com
Mike,
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How many pc cedar plank 8.25 does it take to cover 1 square 6.75 reveal

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that will be 15pc. for 1 sq.
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August 4, 2016
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It takes about 20 pieces to cover 100 square feet
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August 3, 2016
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Each piece covers about 7 square feet.
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