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6-1/4" CEDARMILL HARDIEPLANK

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Description: 6-1/4" CEDARMILL HARDIEPLANKPRIMED NO RETURNS ON THIS ITEM
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James Hardie, Hardie Plank Lap Siding, Primed Cedarmill Fiber Cement Siding 6-1/4-in

Where to buy Hardie Plank Lap Siding for your home construction and renovation projects?

Primed Hardie Plank Siding Specifications

(Primed Hardie Plank Siding / Fiber Cement Siding Products)
Thickness 0.312-in
Weight 2.40 lbs. per square foot
Length 144-in
Width 6.25-in, 6-1/4-in
Exposure 5-in
Pcs./Pallet 280 ColorPlus, 308 Primed
Brand James Hardie, HardiePlank
Finish Primed, Cedarmill
Type Lap Fiber Cement Siding
Note No returns on this item

Why Choose Cedarmill HardiePlank Lap Siding?

Traditional and timeless. Sleek and strong. HardiePlank lap siding is not just our best-selling product—it’s the most popular brand of siding in America, protecting and beautifying more homes from coast to coast.

Where to buy Select Cedarmill Hardie Plank Lap Siding


Resists damage from moisture
Complete exterior available in lap, shingle, panel, fascia, trim and soffit
Resists cracking, splitting, rotting and swelling
Resists termites and insects
Superior performance in high wind and hurricane areas
Resists flame spread
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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Is Hardie Plank Siding Worth the Cost?

Advantages of Hardie Plank Lap Siding
Home siding is a vital factor toward your home’s external value. It’s responsible for protecting your home against the elements, provides an insulating factor, and, perhaps most importantly, holds a tremendous influence in the aesthetic quality of your home.
Fiber Cement Lap Siding that Looks like Wood but Feels like Concrete HardiePlank is fiber-cement siding that comes in long, horizontal strips just like wood lap siding, a combination of cellulose fibers and cement materials.
Hardie Plank Siding is 100% Fire Resistant Hardieplank is considered to be fire resistant, though not fireproof. Hardieplank does not contribute combustibles towards a fire. Also, thanks to its partial sand composition, and won’t warp, flake, or peel in response to most external stimuli. Wood, obviously, is highly combustible.
Thick as Wood and Paintable too Hardie Plank is nearly as thick as wood siding and can easily be painted. You can either go with the neutral color that hardiePlank comes with or you can paint it. Fiber-cement siding has a number of finishing and design options, helping you to customize your home’s exterior, so you can almost always get the aesthetic improvement that you want with this material.
Resistant to Insects and Pest Attacks Carpenter ants and termites are always a problem for wood siding, but hardieplank is considered to be insect resistant.
Damage Resistance Fiber-cement is a strong, thick material that holds up against windstorms, rain and hail, and other forms of weather.
Deterioration Resistance If left alone in practical conditions, fiber cement siding has an extraordinarily long lifespan like most varieties carry warranties of 50 years or more.
James Hardie fiber cement siding and trim combine beautiful design with superior performance. Enjoy the warm, natural character of wood with the durability of fiber cement. The HardiePlank lap siding product line comes in a variety of looks and textures, all of which are Engineered for Climate. That means the siding for your home was made specifically for your environment.

For more information about 6-1/4-in James Hardie, HardiePlank Primed Cedarmill Lap Fiber Cement Siding products, we encourage everyone to submit a quote online for James hardie HardiePlank cement board siding orders, visit our store or contact Taylor Forest Products for any available Hardie Plank supplies in Long Island New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and the surrounding New England area.

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