Asked by: Betzaida Samsonasked in category: General Last Updated: 13th January, 2020
How many pieces of Hardie are in a square?
|Board Size (width)||Board Exposure||Pisces / Square (100 sq. ft.)|
Correspondingly, how many Hardie shakes are in a square?
For smaller coverage areas, individual shingles are also available in 4.2 in, 5.5 in, 6.75 in, 7.25 in & 10 in widths.
Hardie Shingle Siding, Straight Edge Panel Specifications.
|Plank Coverage||60 Pieces Per Square|
|Plank Characteristics||A clean-lined, tailored look.|
how do I calculate how much Hardie siding I need? Estimate the number of linear feet of siding needed by multiplying the width of the wall in feet by the number of courses. Boards are most commonly sold in 12′ lengths, though 16′ and 20′ lengths can often be ordered. Divide the linear footage by 12′ to find the number of boards needed to cover the wall.
Also know, how much is a square of Hardie siding?
Hardie board siding runs about $0.70 to $5.25 per square foot. This could lead to a total cost of anywhere from $4,700 to $13,300.
Are there different grades of Hardieboard?
Lap Siding Fiber Cement Siding They are offered in a variety of different finishes including smooth, wood-grain, or rough-sawn surface treatments. While most clapboards are 5/6 inch thick, some styles that appear more like wood are available in 5/8 inch thickness.