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How much HardiePlank cladding will I need and how can I do a rough estimate?

There are approximately two planks to the square metre. Measure the width and height, in metres, of each wall to be clad. Multiply the two dimensions together to give you the area in square metres of each wall and then multiply this total by two to give you the total number of planks for each wall. Add all your walls up and this will be a reasonable guide to how many planks you need to order.

Do I still need to tank a wetroom using HardieFloor flooring?

Yes, the floor should be waterproofed using a suitable waterproofing system up to 1 metre from the shower former.

Can I use HardieBacker cement backerboard in conjunction with under floor heating?

Yes, HardieBacker cement backerboard is suitable for under floor heating. It should always be placed between the structural timber floor and the heating element. Never place heating under HardieBacker cement backerboard as there is a risk of damaging the system when fixing down the backerboard.

Can I use HardieBacker® cement board to prevent ground water penetrating my cellar?

No. HardieBacker cement backerboard is not a waterproof board. You should seek professional advice regarding the waterproofing of cellar walls and floors.

What’s the maximum horizontal fixing support centre for HardiePanel cladding?

HardiePanel can be fixed at a maximum of 600mm centres but this should be checked by a qualified engineer as this is linked to your local wind loads.

Can I install HardieBacker EZ Grid™ 6mm on the wall?

Yes. However If you are installing HardieBacker EZ Grid 6mm on the wall, you must ensure that all the edges of all boards are fully supported on battens, studwork or cross noggins. This will increase the supporting structure significantly, but is necessary if the product is to perform correctly.

Can I tile direct to the HardieFloor structural flooring range?

Yes. Use a flexible tile adhesive appropriate for the tile and tile accordingly.

How much do I need to overlap HardiePlank cladding?

Planks should be overlapped 30 mm leaving a visible margin of 150 mm.

Is HardieFloor structural flooring compatible with under floor heating?

Yes, HardieFloor boards can be used in conjunction with both wet and electric systems.

Can I install HardieBacker cement backerboard over linoleum or vinyl composite tile?

Yes, while it is better to remove all existing floor coverings and fix the HardieBacker board direct to the substrate, HardieBacker cement backerboard can be installed over linoleum or vinyl composite tile. James Hardie does not recommend you install HardieBacker cement backerboard over cushioned vinyl but the boards may be installed over vinyl composite tile. Follow HardieBacker cement backerboard floor installation instructions for complete details. 

How do I cut HardiePlank cladding and how can I control the dust?

We sell a range of specialist tools designed to cut our products quickly, effectively and with a minimum of dust. The best are hand tools like the HardieGuillotine which is available from your distributor. Always use approved safety glasses and appropriate EN approved respiratory protection (PPE #2 or #3) for particulate hazards when working with HardiePlank cladding and HardieTrim NT3.

Do I need to wait for the fixing adhesive to cure before I screw in HardieQStrip batten or HardieFloor structural flooring solutions?

No. The adhesive is meant to offer initial grab and you can proceed to screw in straight away.

Can I use James Hardie Edge Coating to repaint my HardiePlank and HardieLinea facade?

You can use James Hardie Edge Coating to repaint your facade only, if you apply it according to our repainting instructions.

Can I purchase HardiePanel® cladding uncoated for painting on site?

Yes, HardiePanel® cladding can be supplied pre-primed for on-site painting. This product is called HardiePanel® PrimePlus® and needs to painted within 90 days after installation.

Can HardieBacker cement backerboard be used in wet areas?

Yes, HardieBacker cement backerboard is the ideal product to install in wet areas as it is water and mould resistant. The boards won't rot, expand or contract like plywood and plasterboard.

Can I install HardieFloor structural flooring over concrete?

Yes. The HardieQStrip acoustic batten can be laid over concrete and then HardieFloor structural flooring or HardieFloor dB acoustic flooring can be mechanically fixed to the HardieQStrip batten.

What happens if it’s raining when I come to install HardieFloor and the roof is not on the building yet?

Rain does not stop play with HardieFloor interior flooring, its unique formulation means it will not rot, swell, crack or shrink when exposed to the harshest of weather during the build.

Does the HardieFloor acoustic range comply with building code?

Yes, all acoustic systems surpass local building code and the approved Part E Regulations.

How much HardieLinea cladding will I need and how can I do a rough estimate?

There are approximately two planks to the square metre. Measure the width and height, in metres, of each wall to be clad. Multiply the two dimensions together to give you the area in square metres of each wall and then multiply this total by two to give you the total number of planks for each wall. Add all your walls up and this will be a reasonable guide to how many planks you need to order.

Do I need to treat HardieBacker cement backerboard before tiling onto it?

No, HardieBacker cement backerboard is ready to tile once installed - just wipe the boards down with a damp cloth to remove any dust prior to tiling.

Can I install electric floor heating mats onto HardieFloor?

Yes, you can in accordance with the heating manufacturers installation instructions.

Can HardiePlank cladding be installed vertically?

Yes, you can install the HardiePlank planks in two manners.
1. Hit & Miss cladding: Overlap the planks by at least 30 mm.
2. Open butt jointed: Please cover all battens with EPDM.

How close to the ground can I install HardiePlank, HardieLinea cladding and HardiePanel panel?

A clearance of 150 mm should be maintained between the bottom edge of the lowest layer of HardiePlank, HardieLinea cladding and HardiePanel panel and any unpaved ground. This will allow for clearance when soil is back-filled against the foundations and footings and prevent the bottom plank being damaged by contact with soil and rainwater splashing up the wall.

What nailing techniques can be used to install HardieLinea cladding?

You can use impulse or pneumatic nail guns as well as nailing by hand. Nails should be placed on the nailing line embossed on each plank and driven into the batten with the heads flush with the surface of the plank.

What type of weather-resistant barrier is required for HardiePlank, HardieLinea and HardiePanel cladding?

Any weather-resistant membrane complying with BS-EN1521 and having a vapour resistance of 0.6 MNs/g is acceptable.

Where can I buy HardieBacker® cement backerboard?

HardieBacker cement backerboard is available from most leading builders merchants and tile shops. Please check the Dealer Locator tool to find the supplier nearest to you. If you have any difficulties obtaining the product please contact our UK Customer Service department on 0800 068 3103.

Do I need to pre-drill HardiePlank and HardieLinea cladding before fixing?

No. There is no need to pre-drill HardiePlank and HardieLinea cladding for either nail or screw applications.

Where can I get a HardieBacker score and snap knife?

Your local HardieBacker cement backerboard stockist can provide you with a HardieBacker score and snap knife. Please check the find your supplier tool on our website to find the supplier nearest to you.

HardieFloor is gun nailable, but what if I like to use screws?

We recommend for 19 mm HardieFloor to use 40 mm corrosion resistant self-embedding heads, and for 22 mm HardieFloor to use a 50 mm length. The board does not need to be pre-drilled.

What nailing techniques can be used to install HardiePlank cladding?

You can use impulse or pneumatic nail guns as well as nailing by hand. Nails should be placed 20-25mm down from the top edge of each plank and driven into the batten with the heads flush with the surface of the plank.

What types of trim can be used with HardieLinea cladding?

HardieLinea Accent Trim is the preferred trim material for use with HardieLinea cladding. HardieLinea Accent Trim has the durability and paint holding characteristics to match the proven performance of HardieLinea cladding. James Hardie also produce range of metal profiles - see our catalogue for the complete range.

Can I join HardieFloor off the joist to use up the waste pieces?

No. HardieFloor end of board butt joints must be joined on the floor joist and bonded together using James Hardie Joint and Joist adhesive.

What types of trim can be used with HardiePlank cladding?

HardieTrim NT3 is the preferred trim material for use with HardiePlank cladding. HardieTrim NT3 has the durability and paint holding characteristics to match the proven performance of HardiePlank cladding. Other trim materials may be used; however some of these may need a more intensive maintenance program.

Can I use HardieBacker cement backerboard to build up the level of a concrete floor?

No. The primary function of HardieBacker cement board is to provide a water resistant flat surface to tile on, it is not designed for use over concrete.

Do I need to protect the floor from the weather during the build?

No, the HardieFloor range is weather resistant and can be left exposed to the elements for up to 90 days.

Can I fix HardieBacker cement backerboard using a dot and dab technique?

No. HardieBacker cement board is not suited to this type of fixing application. Please refer to our masonry wall instructions.

Do I have to butt the joints of HardiePlank and HardieLinea cladding? Will water get through the gap? Do I have to seal with mastic?

Planks should be butt jointed over a batten. Do not joint planks between battens as this could lead to failure of the product. Some rainwater may penetrate the butt joint, and whilst this is not a problem in itself as the system operates as an unsealed rain screen, it is good building practice to provide protection to the batten reducing the risk of the batten rotting over time. This can be easily achieved by fixing a small piece of EPDM tape on the batten at the point where the boards will but each other (see installation guide for details). Alternatively a small bead of transparent general mastic placed at the line of the joint will perform a similar function. Any excess should be wiped off the face of the plank immediately.

What type of paint can I use to paint HardiePlank, HardieLinea and HardiePanel planks and panels?

You can use any good quality external grade acrylic paint (water based) to paint HardiePlank , HardieLinea and HardiePanel planks and panels. Please refer to our painting instructions and to the specific instructions given by the paint manufacturer.

There appears to be a plastic film on the front face of HardiePlank®, HardieLinea® and HardiePanel® cladding – when should I remove this?

The plastic film helps protect the finish from damage during transportation, storage and installation. We would suggest that it is removed last thing, starting from the top edge down as the fixings are inserted.

How do I finish the joints of HardiePanel cladding?

Horizontal joints can be finished using the James Hardie Metal-Trim Horizontal Joint Profile. Vertical joints can be either left open with an 8mm gap between the boards (Express joints) with EPDM tape on the battens or covered with a length of HardieTrim profiles.

What if carpet or vinyl has been installed and someone wants to tile over HardieFloor at a later date?

If vinyl adhesive has been applied to the board, tiling direct to board is not recommended due to the damage that could be caused in the removal of the vinyl from the flooring. In this case, HardieBacker 6mm backerboard would need to be installed over the flooring prior to tiling.

Can I build a partition wall on top of HardieFloor structural flooring?

Yes, HardieFloor flooring solutions are structural boards and can take the weight of a partition wall.

How do I join HardieFloor to tongue and groove jointed wood based floor sheets at the boundary to the wet area?

In accordance with the wood sheet manufacturers installation instructions, in most cases this will involve gluing the joints with the manufacturers recommended adhesive.

Is HardieFloor and HardieFloor dB suitable for use with wet under floor heating?

Yes, due to its unique properties, HardieFloor will not swell or buckle due to the temperature changes occurring when the under floor heating is in operation. Its thermal conductance properties mean your heating system will react faster and conduct more heat to warming the room.

How do I clean my HardiePlank façade?

HardiePlank cladding can be cleaned with cold or lukewarm water, if necessary with the addition of a mild household cleaning agent not containing solvents. Always start from the top with well-defined areas. Rinse with plenty of clean water until the facade is perfectly clean. Before cleaning full scale, it is recommended to test the chosen cleaning method on a smaller area to make sure it is likely to be successful. The cladding should be cleaned a minimum of once a year. It is also good practice to cut back vegetation, shrubs and branches that might damage the coating and clear out debris from gutters.

Can I use HardieBacker cement backerboard outside?

No. HardieBacker cement backerboard is not suitable for external use.

How much do I need to overlap HardieLinea cladding?

Planks should be overlapped 30 mm leaving a visible margin of 180 mm.

Can HardieBacker 6 mm be used in a shower wall application?

Yes. HardieBacker 6mm can be used on masonry or stud walls. If used on a stud wall, the perimeters of all boards must be fully supported, this may require the installation of additional horizontal noggins.

What is the correct fixing pattern for installing HardieBacker 12mm cement backerboard?

Fix HardieBacker cement backerboard sheets on walls with HardieBacker screws for wood or for metal (as the substrate dictates) on all supporting studs at 200mm vertical centres. Keep fixings 15mm from vertical edges and 50 mm up/down from horizontal edges.

Where can I get the 50 mm wide alkaline resistant glass fibre mesh reinforcing tape for HardieBacker cement backerboard?

See your local HardieBacker cement board stockist, or call UK Customer Service on 0800 0683103

Which should I use, HardieBacker 6mm or HardieBacker 12mm cement backerboard?

HardieBacker 6mm is used on floors as it decreases the transition to other surfaces.  It can also be used on masonry walls, or on a stud wall. When placed on a stud wall, an extra noggin is required. HardieBacker 12 mm cement backerboard is ideal for using on stud walls and provides enhanced impact resistance. It can also be used on the floor if addition height build up is required.  Both products hold up to 100 kg/sqm of tile, so either or is approprite for heavy tile.

Can I paint HardieBacker cement backerboard?

Yes, HardieBacker cement backerboard is suitable for a wide range of paint coatings. We do however recommend that you plaster the board first, to ensure the best possible finish.

What accessories are available to complement the HardieFloor range?

Hardie Joist and Joint Adhesive, Hardie Flanking Strip, the HardieQStrip acoustic batten and HardieBlade saw blade.

How can I enhance the acoustic performance of HardieFloor boards?

The HardieQStrip acoustic accessory, installed in conjunction with the structural flooring will provide additional impact and airbourne performance. Insulation between the floor joists will also improve performance.

How do I cut HardiePanel cladding?

For straight cuts we recommend using a James Hardie saw blade for use with circular saws. For curved cuts or pipe cut outs please use a Jig Saw fitted with a TC (tungsten carbide) tipped blade. Typical reference numbers for these are Bosch T141 and Hitachi JA10. It is possible to cut the board with hard point hand saws but they will become blunt very quickly. Under no circumstances should the product be cut with high speed continuous tools like hand grinders or disc cutters. In all cases cut the panels with the face side up.

Can HardieBacker® board be used in steam rooms?

Yes. HardieBacker board can be used in non-commercial steam room applications without tanking the board.

In which sizes is the James Hardie saw blade available?

James Hardie saw blade is available in 160, 190, 254 and 305 mm.

The 160 blades have 20 mm bore with a reducer taking it to 16 mm.
The 190 blades have 30 mm bore with a reducer taking it to 20 mm.
On the 254 and 305 mm blades they have a 30 mm bore and no reducer.

Do I need to pre-drill HardiePanel® cladding before fixing?

No. Most nails or JH colour matched screws can be used without pre-drilling.

Can I install HardieBacker cement backerboard on the ceiling?

HardieBacker 12mm can be used in a ceiling application using HardieBacker screws, but it cannot be tiled.

Does the acoustic mat of HardieFloor dB reduce the thermal conductivity?

It does reduce the performance but the reduction is minimal. A full report conducted by independent manufacturer Polypipe is available on the HardieFloor product page.

What’ is the maximum horizontal fixing support centre for HardieLinea cladding?

900mm, but this should be checked by a qualified engineer as this is linked with your local wind loads.

How do I cut HardieBacker cement backerboard?

HardieBacker cement backerboard should be cut using HardieBacker score and snap knife, available from your stockist.

Why is HardieFloor and HardieFloor dB made in a sheet size of 500mm?

HardieFloor and HardieFloor dB has a size of 500mm to cut down on weight, making it easier to carry. The critical dimension of the board is the length of 2400mm.

What is HardieBacker cement backerboard made of?

It is made of 90 % Portland cement and ground sand, 10 % cellulose and selective additives. It contains no asbestos, formaldehyde, gypsum or glass fibre.

HardieFloor is as easy to cut as timber, but do I need special equipment?

We only recommend the HardieBlade saw blade because its diamond tips produce larger dust particles to help reduce the risk of respirable silica. Never use a carbide blade or continuous rim diamond blade.

How do I cut HardieLinea cladding? How can I control the dust?

We sell a range of specialist tools designed to cut our products quickly, effectively and with a minimum of dust. The best way to cut HardieLinea is with a circular saw fitted with a HardieBlade. 4 sizes are available from your Hardies distributor to suit a variety of tools - 160mm, 190mm, 254mm and 305mm. If possible the saw should be connected to a vacuum to remove the dust. Always use approved safety glasses and appropriate EN approved respiratory protection (PPE #2 or #3) for particulate hazards when working with HardieLinea.

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