What is Hardiflex used for?
Also, what is HardiFlex made of?
Made from high-grade cellulose fiber, Portland cement, water, sand and especially formulated additives, HardieFlex® is durable and requires minimal maintenance and repair hence is very cost-effective and environment-friendly with very low VOC.
Beside above, is HardiFlex water proof? printed on the reverse face of the sheets. Advantages HardiFlex building boards are as durable as they are adaptable - they will not burn, are resistant to permanent water and termite damage and when installed as directed, are resistant to rot and warping.
Correspondingly, does HardiFlex have asbestos?
Hardiflex from 1985 does not likely contain asbestos as Hardie stopped using asbestos in it in 1981.
Which is better HardiFlex or gypsum board?
The similar features for both boards are good insulation, fire resistant, non-causing, and toxic substances but the clear differences are that gypsum board is more suitable for interior work as for the reason that the gypsum board is produced from compact gypsum mineral powder which is very fragile, therefore plaster