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Question DetailsAsked on 10/2/2017

Recommended hardie board installers in ocean isle nc

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You don't say what you are putting the hardiboard up for - if water resistant board for a shower or tub enclosure, then the contractor putting the shower/tub in or the tile contractor (if tiling it) would put it up. No tougher to put up than drywall (though a bit more effort to cut, but not bad) - if you need someone to put it up so you can tile yourself, I would use a tile layer to be srue the water barrier sheeting behind it goes in right and interfaces with the lip on the tub/shower correctly, and that the joints are properly sealed with the proper joint compound - NOT drywall compound or latex caulk like you see all too often.

If you mean Hardi plank or board siding or as house sheathing (though rarely used for that except for stucco, in which case the stucco guy would normally do it), then a Siding contractor would be the normal person to do this.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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