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Curious here. HAs anyone tried Hardie plank from a top down approach?
I'll be set up for the soffit work and asst. trim painting and repair. While I am up that high, I thought I might could figgure where my courses would fall coming up from the soon to be water table and go ahead and run that upper section.
Then side up to that first upper course, which I have nailed high and slip the lower sections top pc. under and face nail it.
Am I dreaming? I will be adding face nails here and there due to the waves in the wall that won't pack out with 30lb felt.
I can't think of a good reason why I can't do this , but maybe someone has hit this bump in the road before me.
I don't like my pump jacks on this gable, so I probly will be renting scaffold, all of ours from work is tied up pretty solidly for paying customers, so rental center here I come..I just want to not rent twice or set up/ teardown more than needed.
I can't get ALL the materials for everything at the same time ( too much $ at once) and am doing all this pretty much solo.
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