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Hale & Hardie: 5 Resilient Homes Made of Hardie Board

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Hardie board siding, known generically as cement board, is a durable, affordable exterior cladding that's risen in popularity over the past 30 years. Here we highlight a few homes that make strong use of the material.

The Becerril family embraces stark modernism with a mute facade clad in Hardie board and acrylic panels.
Scott Pitek designed this gabled structure for Betty Rahman on a 5,000-square-foot lot in Portland, Oregon.
The exterior is constructed of corrugated steel and fiber-cement siding by Hardie Boad.
The HardiePanel siding on the adjacent 100K and 120K houses is a dramatic break from East Kensington’s mostly brick...
Re-clad with rigid insulation and painted Hardie-board, and topped with a ventilated roof with deep overhangs, the old...
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