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Question DetailsAsked on 12/23/2017

The cost of replacing T1 with James Hardy Board. Approximately 150 square feet

Front of house gable

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When you say replacing T-1 I presume you mean T1-11 plywood - the plywood grooved every 4, 8, or 12 inches across its width.


Can commonly run from about $5-15/SF depending on whether house wrap and the board are top brand name or off-brand, on whether the board is a fancy design or pretty plain, and on size of job and height above ground.


Get quotes from several siding contractors, but I would expect on the order of, with Hardy brand board and assuming a normal but not most expensive textured or simulated shingle design and Tyvek housewrap, I would expect for that small a job about $8-12/SF would be the likely range depending on local labor costs - assuming this is not over second story work.


If you decide to go with a Handyman, because this is sheet not plank so alignment should not be a problem and it is not rocket science to put it up, might get it down into the $6-8/SF range - ditto if you go with non-brandname products (not that I am recommending that).

Answered 10 months ago by LCD




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