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James Hardie

Model # 615572

Internet # 202035444

Store SKU # 230196

HardiePlank HZ5 5/16 in. x 8.25 in. x 144 in. Fiber Cement Primed Cedarmill Lap Siding

$8.45 / each
If you buy 230 or more
$8.03 / each

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Product Overview

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.

California residents: see  Proposition 65 information

  • 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
  • Please see the ProDesk associate for color options available

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
144 
Product Height (in.) 
0.312 
Product Length (in.) 
144 
Product Width (in.) 
8.25 
Thickness (In.) 
.312 

Details

Color Family 
White 
Material 
Cement 
Paintable/Stainable 
Yes 
Profiles 
Clapboard 
Siding Features 
Wood Grain Surface,Ready to Paint,Pre-Primed 
Siding Type 
Lap Siding 
UV Protected 
No 
Vertical or Horizontal 
Horizontal 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
30 Year 

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HardiePlank HZ5 5/16 in. x 8.25 in. x 144 in. Fiber Cement Primed Cedarmill Lap Siding
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We had to use a ceramic tile cutter to cut through hardieplank siding. Is there something simpler?

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The blades for the radial saw dulled after just a few planks and the jig saw just laughed at us.
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November 18, 2015
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Electric snips, somewhat like tin snips but used for cement board. Any type of saw blade will make too much dust, and any other cutter generally will not leave a good edge. There are a number of companies that make the "snips", well worth the money, you will have a good product and save time and energy.
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Simplest way is to score a couple of times with a carpet cutter or plexiglass cutter or any other sharp but sturdy tool, and then snap clean. This is what the manufacturer suggests. Suggestion for snapping: sandwich the board along the line with two planks of wood and c-clamps to a picnic table or another heavy table. Wood can be 1"x3"x16". Gives a clean straight or angle cut. For interior cuts, such as Read More
Simplest way is to score a couple of times with a carpet cutter or plexiglass cutter or any other sharp but sturdy tool, and then snap clean. This is what the manufacturer suggests. Suggestion for snapping: sandwich the board along the line with two planks of wood and c-clamps to a picnic table or another heavy table. Wood can be 1"x3"x16". Gives a clean straight or angle cut. For interior cuts, such as squares for an outdoor electric outlet, I mark the area with pencil, score, then use a chisel to begin cutting a bit at a time around several times until it cuts through. Always prime areas exposed. Read Less
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September 8, 2014
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Diamond blade on a chop saw or skilsaw. If you had read the hardibacker installation notes on their website, they recommend a specialized blade.. but a diamond blade works fine and it cheaper.
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July 10, 2014
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Get a diamond-edged blade for your circular saw if you have a big job to do. It will definitely pay for itself. Put it on your "oldest" circular saw if possible. It does a great job and pretty fast.
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Orange, Ca.
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April 28, 2014
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Hi QuirkyFellows, Diablo makes a blade just for cutting Hardiebacker. Below is a couple of links to show you the different blades to use. One is a 10 inch and the other is a 7 1/4 inch.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Diablo-HardieBlade-10-in-x-6-Tooth-PCD-Fiber-Cement-Saw-Blade-D1006DH/202518717
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Diablo-7-1-4-in-x-4-Tooth-Polycrystalline-Diamond-Tipped-Hardie-Circular-Saw-Blade-D0 Read More
Hi QuirkyFellows, Diablo makes a blade just for cutting Hardiebacker. Below is a couple of links to show you the different blades to use. One is a 10 inch and the other is a 7 1/4 inch.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Diablo-HardieBlade-10-in-x-6-Tooth-PCD-Fiber-Cement-Saw-Blade-D1006DH/202518717
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Diablo-7-1-4-in-x-4-Tooth-Polycrystalline-Diamond-Tipped-Hardie-Circular-Saw-Blade-D0704DH/100627137 Read Less
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how much hardie plank will i need to cover 2600 SF outdoor wall space?

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What neither of these answers tell you is they've assumed I think 8" plank - 1 1/4" in overlap = 6 3/4" net exposure per plank, multiplied by 12' lengths = 6 3/4 sq ft per plank# Thus 2600 SF divide 6#75 = 385 planks and add some for waste, maybe 5%#
So it REALLY depends on plank size what you like to see or what fits in your neighborhood/region# For my detached garage in KC, I used 8 1/4 plank, thus 7" Read More
What neither of these answers tell you is they've assumed I think 8" plank - 1 1/4" in overlap = 6 3/4" net exposure per plank, multiplied by 12' lengths = 6 3/4 sq ft per plank# Thus 2600 SF divide 6#75 = 385 planks and add some for waste, maybe 5%#
So it REALLY depends on plank size what you like to see or what fits in your neighborhood/region# For my detached garage in KC, I used 8 1/4 plank, thus 7" of exposure# This is 40% more exposure than the 6 1/4 plank, 5" exposure, and for only about $1 more per plank, much more cost effective#
In this same example, 2600 sf divide 7 sq ft exposure = 371 planks - that's 20 fewer at at about $9+ per plank, that's almost $180 difference - not a lot of $ but something to consider. Read Less
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August 19, 2014
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you would need 390 pieces
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Hi Laurel, sorry for the delay in answering your question.
I contacted James Hardie company to get you an answer.
James Hardie company stated you will need a minimum of 390 pieces, to cover 2700 square feet.
There are 15 pieces to a square. You will need 26 squares.
This will not account for any waste, so you might consider purchasing 10 percent more material.
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how many pieces of siding would I need to do 476 square feet

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You would need 72 pieces
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You will need approximately 75 pieces.
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How much does each 12' hardieplank weigh?

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June 9, 2014
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HardiePlank weights 2.2 pounds/ square foot. A 5/16"x8.25"x12' plank weighs 18.15 pounds.
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Each plank weighs about 21 pounds.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Durable, not as brittle as I expected, a bit time-consuming to apply. First time applying this siding. Used a framing gun with 8d nails to speed things along. Used a diamond blade on a wormdrive to make detail and angled cuts, and also had the 'recommended' blade on a chopsaw for clean butt ends. Make sure you check the Hardbacker site for detailed installation notes. Using a respirator added another step in the cutting process which took a bit of time. The recommended blade still shot out a good amount of dust. Also, this stuff cuts slower than wood and is heavier. For the options out there though, I would definitely recommend this siding. At 5/16ths thick, it's pretty solid stuff, and I don't feel like owner neglect would compromise the house in comparison to wood siding. STUCCO is probably still the best, but is generally twice as much as this stuff, and the price for the Hardibacker is comparable to wood siding per sq/ft. I was surprised at how long it took to throw up though, but it's worth it. September 8, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hardi Plank These boards are great! They were so easy to install and they took the paint realy well. They gave my house the traditional look of wood with the durability of concrete. I will definately use them again if my next house requires siding. December 11, 2010
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by price It was the best price on hardiplank in the area, all boards were straight April 14, 2010
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