Fiber Cement Siding Walls For Your Residence To Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Fiber Cement must be kept covered and stored off the ground, on a clean, flat, and level surface. Before it is installed, fiber cement should also be protected from direct exposure to the weather. Fiber Cement Siding that is wet can become heavy and more flexible, making it difficult to carry and install. Also, the joints between the panels can swell or shrink if fiber cement gets wet before it is installed. If Fiber Cement Siding becomes wet, it must dry completely prior to installation.Fiber Cement Siding is coated with our sealing system to protect against moisture. However, even with this sealer, the product can become saturated if not protected during storage. If fiber cement becomes saturated, do not install it until it dries out thoroughly. Fiber Cement Siding products may be hand fastened or fastened with pneumatic tools. When using pneumatic tools, set the pressure of compressor so that the fastener is driven snug or under-driven to the surface of the board; then hand drive with a smooth faced hammer until the fastener head is flush to board surface. Pressure from compressors can vary depending on tank volume and number of lines connected to the unit. For best performance, always test and adjust pressure before beginning installation. Shears produce less dust than high-speed tools. They cut with relatively little effort, less noise, and virtually no dust. The cut is not as smooth as the cut of a polycrystalline diamond-tipped blade, but it is acceptable. We provide the best options of fiber cement siding walls

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