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Cement Siding Goes by many Names

fiber cement siding

Fiber Cement Siding

“… What’s in a name? that which we call CEMENT SIDING By any other name would STILL BE FIRE RETARDANT… ”
~Shakespeare (I’m pretty sure he said that.)

Cement siding goes by many different names so to clear up any confusion the most common “industry” term for cement siding is “Fiber Cement Siding”.  Why does that matter?  Technically, if the “Cement Siding” didn’t have “fiber” in it – it would just crack and fall apart.  So in reality Cement Siding is comprised of layers of cement and fiber then compressed under very high pressure.

Gee Wiz Trivia: In the early years of Fiber Cement Siding several companies and contractors stuck the fiber and cement together to be Fibercement Siding however most contractors and companies have accepted the fiber (space) cement version.

Other Common names for Cement Siding:

  • hardie siding
  • james hardie siding
  • hardy siding
  • board cement siding
  • hardi siding
  • hardie board siding
  • hardie plank siding
  • hardy plank siding
  • siding hardy plank
  • hardi plank siding
  • hardy board siding
  • certainteed cement siding
  • certainteed cement fiber siding
  • certainteed fiber cement siding
  • cement fiber board siding
  • fiber cement board siding
  • hardie cement siding
  • hardi board siding
  • james hardy siding
  • cement house siding
  • cement lap siding

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by on Aug.06, 2010, under Siding

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