The first is to trowel thinset over the block, then use masonry nails to secure it in place. Typically a 1/4 x 1/4 square notched trowel will suffice, but the backer board has to be flat troweled first. The nails don't even have to be driven in all the way, they just hold the board in place until the thinset sets up New air coil nailer designed for installing Hardie plank to concrete block with 1 1/4X .145 Ballistic PinsNo need for costly high pressure tools or compress.. Now, that I've reread the post. I like the advantech idea. A couple of questions. How do you nail the hardie plank to the Advantech. It's 3/4, the hardie plank is 1/4. I was planning on using roofing nails to attach it to the sheathing on the house, but roofing nails are 1 1/4. How far do you space out the advantech. My wall is 9' high Fiber cement Siding attached to cender block. MooreLawn | Posted in Construction Techniques on November 26, 2011 09:07am. I have a job proposal attaching Hardie panel sheets to a cinder block home. I plan to glue insulation sheating to the cinder block and attach the Hardie panel using a framing or roofing nailer
Method 1 - Over Furring Method 2 - Direct to Block Hardieplank™ Lap Siding and XLD® Trim with Masonry Construction James Hardie® products contain respirable crystalline silica, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and is considered by IARC and NIOSH to be a cause of cancer from some occupational sources This report, produced by PEI Evaluation Service ®, covers the use of Aerosmith's .100 VersaPin ® s with A) James Hardie, Allura, and Fiber Cement Products, B) Densglass ® Gold and Exterior Gypsum Sheathing, C) Plywood and OSB Shear Wall, D) Sure-Board ® Series 2000 Structural Panels, E) Plywood and OSB Horizontal Diaphragms with various gauges of LGS attached with .100 and .145. Builders Websource® Answer: Yes. When installing Hardiplank ® lap siding over concrete or masonry surfaces, the company recommends that you first install vertical furring strips (either 2x2 wood strips or min. 20 gauge galvanized metal hat strips) over the masonry on a maximum of 24 centers (we recommend 16 centers to help avoid warping) Can I put HardieBacker(r) cement board over linoleum or vinyl composite tile? Yes, Hardiebacker can go over linoleum or vinyl composite tile. Even though you may go over vinyl composite tile, James Hardie does not recommend you install HardieBacker board over cushioned vinyl. Follow HardieBacker floor installation instructions for complete details • Method 1 - James Hardie® Siding installed directly over continuous insulation (c.i.) and other non-nailable substrates (e.g. gypsum sheathing) with combined thickness of 1 inch or less • Method 2 - James Hardie ® Siding installed to furring strips that are attached through the c.i. and other non-nailable substrates (e.g. gypsu
Fiber cement siding products are painted. This means they periodically require re-painting to maintain a beautiful appearance. This is one of the worst problems with Hardie siding considering it's not an option. If you don't paint the siding every 7-10 years, on average, it'll start to fade and/or peel, crack or chip My workshop walls are concrete block. They're functional but ugly so I installed fibre cement sheets over the block with the help of timber studs.I'm not a b.. 5. Installing cement board over a concrete subfloor. If you have a concrete subfloor then you should not be contemplating installing cement board over it. I know it seems like a smooth surface and it seems like it may fix some of the issues with the concrete floor but don't do it. Self-Leveling Underlayment: The Ultimate Guid Great things were meant to be displayed. When the wall is cinder block, though, it can be a challenge to make those things stick. Because cinder block is hard like concrete, it's no simple matter to nail or screw into it.Its surface is porous, so tape tends to pull away. Yet there are a number of temporary methods that help you attach—and later remove—those pictures, framed prints, cards. . Although concrete boards are usually installed to beef up a wood structure and prepare it for tile, brick or stone, you can also install the boards over concrete, giving..
If the floor is concrete slab-on-grade, any furring boards that make contact with the floor must be of treated wood. Standard two-by-four studs, installed flat on the wall, provide 1 1/2-inch. Attach the boards to the block by holding them in position (you'll need an assistant) and drilling through the boards and the block with a cordless drill fitted with a masonry bit. Make one hole about every 16 inches. Use concrete screws to attach the boards to the block. Click to see full answe Can you put Hardie board over drywall? Because cement board can be used either for floors or walls, the surface below the cement board will vary: In such wet areas, never install cement board directly over drywall or green board. Instead, first, remove the existing surface material, then install the cement board over the studs and membrane, as. Exterior insulation and cement siding over concrete block. I'm planning an extensive renovation of a 1950s cinder block home in central Florida. I'll be taking off the roof and taking down all the interior walls, leaving a bare, uninsulated concrete block wall, with no finishes either on the inside or outside James Hardie Industries, makers of HardieBacker®, and USG, makers of Durock®, indicate that their respective cement backer boards should not be installed over concrete. James Hardie: HardieBacker specifications specifically exclude concrete as a base for installation
block. Hardiplank siding can also be installed to concrete construction, when the wall is furred out with wood fra-ming or minimum No. 20 gauge steel framing anchored to the wall. Framing can be spaced up to 24 OC. Consult National Evaluation Service report NER-405 for recog-nized applications to masonry block and wood or metal framing Place the Hardiplank boards against the furring strips. Nail the boards in place using siding nails along the furring strips. Install the planks from the base of the wall upwards so that the overlap of the next plank covers the nails used to place the previous plank Hardie Plank over drainage mat and insul board. Is anyone familiar with installing Hardiplank siding over a 1 rigid insulating board AND a drainage and ventilation mat such as Driwall Rainscreen 020-1? After nailing the mat over the insulating board to the studs, can you nail the siding over the two layers to the studs directly with longer nails As Handymac suggests: remove the backer board and replace with one-side-good plywood of the same thickness. I can see OSB board in the photo. It is OK as a subfloor for staples, but sometimes the low-end OSB can have issues with squeaking or nails/staples working loose to create a noisy hardwood floor. For that reason, I'm suggestion a decent.
Making it impossible for the contractor to make the wall level in order to fasten the new siding on. The result would be a very wavy surface. And I know from seeing this. The contractor will tell you that they are sure they can make it level and true. Fact remains is that they cannot and the results will be a real mess to fix The short answer is that yes, we can install Hardie over stucco! The best method involves installing strapping (structural wood framing) fastened through the existing stucco to the studs. This allows us to nail the Hardie boards and trims to the strapping, which is a level and structural fastening surface. Strapping over the stucco will usually. Just keep in mind that you may be replacing some of the boards in the first row much sooner than you thought. 7. Ugly Caulking. Wherever Hardie siding meets a trim board, the company recommends you leave a 1/8 gap between the siding and the trim and apply a 3/8 bead of approved caulking to protect and seal the edge of the siding Cinder block is a useful material that can create solid structures indoors and out. While the popular material may be high in durability, it is rather low in aesthetic. Installing tile on a cinder block wall can greatly increase a room's appeal. To tile a block wall, follow a few easy steps On painting; first the Hardi siding was painted with a Luxon SW primer made for cement board. Then the battens were applied so that the SW A100 wood primer wood slop over the Luxon and not the other way around. Two coats of primer was used over the Hardi. Then two coats of their Super paint on top
Seems to me like the one thing that can wreck a Hardie install is residual moisture so I can't see how a furring strip install would be a bad thing, as long as you follow Willy and Hardie's advice, prime and paint everything. We just did a HardiePanel install on furring strips using 16ga hat channel with open joints The easiest product to use on a cinder block wall is surface bonding cement. All you have to do is pour the cement into a container such as a wheelbarrow, then stir in the water with a shovel. You need approximately 4 cups (950 mL) of water for an 80 lb (36 kg) bag of cement mix
Tiling over painted block can be problematic due to the inability of the tile adhesive to stick directly to the painted blocks. Removing the paint is a long and tedious process, but by creating an intermediate surface between the painted blocks and the tiles, you can solve the adherence issue without the need for paint removal Can Hardie board be installed over brick? Hardiplank is a fiber cement siding made for exterior use to cover a structure in a long-lasting sheathing. Though generally used over wooden house sheathing, you can mount your Hardiplank siding over brick with only few preparatory steps The traditional wainscot panel is typically a bead-board sheet that is either three or five feet high, but multi-piece panels (similar to decorative doors) are also available. Wainscot panels are commonly applied to wood frame walls, but can also be easily installed on concrete block walls using construction adhesive instead of nails Texture can be applied to HardieBacker board in the same way as drywall. Use drywall joint compound, not thinset. If finishing to a smooth wall, i'd skim coat the entire board. People also ask, can you use joint compound on cement board? Don't worry if the tile doesn't cover the joint between the cement board and the drywall
Cement Plaster over concrete or Cinder Block Walls, Parging concrete As far as using oil on the foam boards this you can do or saturate them with water before pouring the cement. This way, the wet cement does not adhere too firmly to the boards. have you put stucco over a CMU Wall that the other side is a finished home Hardi cement board is an inexpensive solution that will form the foundation of an effective heat shield for any application. Hardi cement board is also designed to have ceramic, porcelain or stone tiles installed over it to cover and beautify the heat shield after it is installed. Constructing the heat shield itself is a relatively easy process Cement boards provide strong level surfaces for the installation of wall covering without the frailties of a wooden subsurface that cannot survive long in moisture-rich environments undamaged. Once installed, though, the boards require finishing for longevity and attractiveness. One finish you can use on cement boards is stucco 587 Posts. #2 · May 21, 2012. If you read the directions it will tell you to keep the hardy board up off from the roof. Translate this to your question and yes you need to hold it up off from the concrete. Best way is to run a board or either vinyl or wood and make it a water table feature. Do it on the house also and it will look very nice.:yes Similarly, it is asked, can you use Ditra over cement board? Primarily because cement board is heavy, adds height to your tile installation, and needs to be waterproofed.DITRA has been out for a long time and most professionals use it because it will prevent tile from cracking, it will be easier to install, and it will lessen the height between your tile adjacent flooring
It doesn't matter whether you're intentionally installing both Ditra and cement board or planning to lie Ditra over your bathroom's current cement board layer. The additional layer of thin-set mortar (3/16″ thick) and Ditra (⅛ thick) can add an extra ⅜ inch to your floor's height James Hardie fiber cement is one of the most durable siding types out there, but it's possible for Hardie Board siding to crack if it's been installed poorly. However, the good news is that you can easily repair the gap by cleaning it and using caulk to patch it You can Kerdi over cinder block. I think I'd prime the cinder block by skimming on a well-watered down batch of thinset, but that may not be necessary. Dampening the block prior to applying thinset then Kerdi may be all it takes. I'd be concerned with the transition between block and wood The simplest way to cover a cinder block wall is by using surface bonding cement to create a concrete finish. Concrete helps insulate the building and keep moisture out. It creates a smooth, finished surface you can leave as is or paint Bricks are heavy building materials and make installation time-consuming. It can take some time to put up a wall brick-by-brick. James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding. As the original company to offer this type of fiber cement plank board, James Hardie is the worldwide leader when it comes to fiber cement siding. Their name is synonymous with the.
Dwain: Cladding over brick offers a simple yet highly effective way to create a new look for the home, and it's particularly great for refreshing the tired facade of older houses.It also provides further insulation qualities for the home. Another big advantage of cladding over a brick veneer wall is that it will help you save money by avoiding the costs of demolition work as well as. Fiber Cement Siding Such as Hardie Plank? Yes. Apply as you would for wood clapboard siding, except furring strips are advisable. Fiber cement is a mineral-based product and moisture can wick onto the back side of the shingles Overlay of Hardie Plank Siding Over Plywood T1-11. Some Arizona houses were built with wood siding, normally called T1-11. Bought in big sheets 4×8 or 4×12 these sheets can cover lots of SF very easily. A few cuts to accommodate what you might have on your wall, things like windows and doors, dryer vents, hose bibs or exterior outlets and. It was quite tedious. You can calculate how many more planks need to be cut, aligned and fastened with a 4 reveal than with the next largest reveal (5). You may want it for closeup viewing, but with any distance at all the 4 reveal starts to blend together. ARXX block corners are a bit irritating due to having only one anchor point
Step 3: Steel Frame and Cement Board Construction. 6 More Images. This is the most traditional way to build an outdoor kitchen. In a nutshell: first a frame is welded from 304 stainless steel or aluminium studs. You can also join them by screws Depending on whether the concrete block walls will be covered or if the top of the wall is exposed can really change the way they are insulated. The option for insulating concrete block walls include spray foam insulation, injection foam insulation, polystyrene beads, foam boards, and mineral loose-fill Once you get them stacked up place cinder block 'caps' on top. The caps are solid 8 x 16 x 2 inch bricks that fit right over the top of the cinder blocks to give you a solid top. Once again, make sure the top of your bench, in this case the caps, are sloped ¼ per foot toward the front of the bench If you are looking for ways to finish your basement, you may be considering paneling your concrete walls. One of the quickest ways to panel the basement or other cement walls is to glue the paneling directly to the cement. Paneling can be glued to cement Schluter recommends applying Kerdi over drywall for walls, however, my local building code will not permit this practice - the local building code requires cement backer on the walls of a shower enclosure, therefore, I have done this successfully.
When you buy a manufactured home from Clayton, not only can you personalize the interior features to match your style, you can also choose some of the options for the exterior of your home.This includes the siding style, shutters and skirting.The skirting, also known as underpinning, goes around a manufactured home to enclose the crawl space underneath it and can be made of a variety of materials The best type of Nail Guns For Hardie Siding and Trim are called pneumatic nail guns. Pneumatic nail guns come with an advanced design and adjustments to give you the best operational support possible. Based on the type of siding you're going to be nailing into, it will allow you to change the pressure accordingly
The box won't be touching the hardie board. Put the bolts through the box, put the stack of washers on, snug the washers up to the box, and put a piece of masking tape around to hold them in place until you get the bolts started. Get all four bolts started, tear off the tape, hand tighten one by one getting the stack seated in there right Live. •. 1. Start installing your boards a quarter inch above the floor, tub, or shower board and caulk accordingly. 2. Fasten cement board with specified nails or screws, a maximum of 8 on center at all supports. 3. Keep fasteners ⅜ from board edges and 2 in from sheet corners. 4
HardieTrimboards can be fastened directly over a 2x sub-fascia or directly to rather tails. Check local building code for relevant codes. Option 1 Over sub-fascia: (ﬁgure 19) When installing HardieTrim boards over solid 2x sub-fascia use minimum 2 in., 16 gauge corrosion resistant ﬁnish nails. (see fastener guide below) Figure 19 roof sheathin Because cement board can be used either for floors or walls, the surface below the cement board will vary: In such wet areas, never install cement board directly over drywall or green board. Instead, first, remove the existing surface material, then install the cement board over the studs and membrane, as applicable Up here, the only Hardie siding is made of cement materials and wood fibers. Break a piece and you can clearly see the fibers. As for the warranty. This particular product can swell when in contact with water, one of the reasons for the 1/4 gap above the flashing, but then most lazy siding installers just leave it sitting on top of the. Even if you don't have damage and want to install new OSB, we can do that. Doing so also comes with its own benefits which includes the ability to inspect the wall and framing, insulation and overall integrity of the home's structure. This is important before installing Hardie Plank siding, or any siding for that matter
Third, a true vapor barrier is installed on the heated side of the wall studs, not under or over the exterior sheathing. the wall cavities and insulation must have a a way to breath. They will breath and excessive moisture should escape through the exterior siding. Tyvec is not a vapor barrier, it is an air penetration barrier, just like the. Concrete block walls can leak air through cracked joints between the blocks if the wall has settled or shifted. Beneath the rim joist, which is the board that sits on-edge at the top of the block. Real stucco is 3/4 thick, and solid masonry, with expanded metal lath reinforcement. The stucco can be thicker, or thinner, but 3/4 is the norm. If you go that way, as in removing the stucco, it can be elaborated on farther. More on adding it over the stucco Installation. The contractor applies a layer of adhesive over the surface of the concrete blocks and then installs a vapor barrier and high-density rigid foam board insulation on top of that. The.
The only good reason I can think of to put the cement board OVER the drywall would be for a fire rating that you do not need. It could potentially cause trapped moisture, but there are approved ways of doing so. Moisture resistant drywall is a bit of a moisture barrier, and you do not want two barriers in a wall assembly that would trap. However, a simple solution to getting heavy materials there is to build a chute that rests on the stairs. If you don't think the product bags will hold up sliding down the surface, put them on a sled. You can attach a rope to the sled to retrieve it and control the speed going down. - fixer1234 Oct 6 '17 at 1:0
Laying hardier backer board to brick walls does not need dot and dab, boards need to be fix in stagger pattern, 2mm joints, with screws and wall plugs, at least 9 screws per board, then cover joints with cement tapes (grey) then cover cement tapes with thin sett (adhesive), this is the best way to have peace of mind. 2017-02-26T09:55:02+00:00 Installing stone over cement board is not recommended however I have done it many times inside and outside with great success. Once you stick the stone, do not mess with it, leave it until it is dry the next day. it will come apart if you mess with it but once it is dry it is there to stay. Patience an practice And now, people are building innovative and inexpensive outdoor furniture (benches, shelves, tables, and more) out of another unexpected material from your home improvement store: cinder blocks. Originally intended for construction, the hollowed-out concrete blocks have all sorts of other uses, as these clever creations prove • Information on installing James Hardie products over non-nailable substrates (ex: gypsum, foam,etc.) can be located in JH Tech Bulletin 19 at www.jamehardie.com • Do not install James Hardie products such that they may remain in contact with standing water. • HardiePanel vertical siding may be installed on vertical wall applications only Anyhow that is the point I am at now (cement board thin set on top of 3/4inch plank subfloor). I purchased ditra which I intended to put down over the cement backerboard. For some reason I felt that this was another step in protecting the overall job after reading how good it was
I don't want the walls to hang over the stairs), so if I can get thin drywall and attach it directly to the cinder-block/concrete walls that would work well. Yes, you can. We had a similar issue. Can't say it will or not but I do see two issues. 1. Fiber Cement dust is extremely fine and abrasive. It could shorten the life of the saw. I would highly recommend a quality dust collection setup. 2. The kerf on a fiber cement blade is wider than the thin kerf blades on the Flex Volt blades. Quote. Link to comment 3 | Attach HardieBacker cement board to countertop • Apply a supporting bed of dry-set mortar or modified thinset to plywood with a 1/4 in square-notched trowel. Mastic can also be used with a 5/32 in V-notched trowel. • Use the fastener pattern as a guide. Fasten HardieBacker cement board with specified nails or screws (as listed in. Thin Brick Adhered to Cement Boards (GFRC) Over Metal or Wood Studs: Cement Board can also serve as an excellent substrate for the application of adhered thin brick veneer. The benefit to this type of substrate is that the cement board can be fastened to the structure, and the application of the Thin Brick can begin immediately