- Brochures & Installation Details
- Samples & Colours Selected
- Builder/Contractor secured
- Take-off from drawings
- List of materials required
- Lead time for materials
- Receipt of delivery and storage
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Brochures & Installation Details
James Hardie are very generous with their product brochures, covering a selection of products and also installation details for HardiePlank, HardieFloor and HardieBacker. You can collect these from our Sales office or download from our website. We also have a selection of HardiePlank off-cuts that you can use to check colour against your property or plans.
Samples & Colours Selected
We have a selection of HardiePlank off-cuts that you can use to check colour against your property or plans. It might be sensible to establish whether your favoured colour cladding is a standard stock item.
Once plans are advancing you will need to secure a builder or contractor, preferably one who has some experience of fibre-cement cladding. If you require someone for your area then you can contact our Sales Office for an approved contractor.
Take-off from drawings
Assuming you have plans, or dimension drawings then your builder should be able to calculate the materials required. As well as your fibre cement cladding you will need to account for metal trims, starter strips and any other JamesHardie accessories.
List of other products required
In addition to your Hardie building products you will need to ensure you have your other products included – these may include breathable membranes, fascia, battens and other materials.
Lead time for materials
Most HardiePlank and HardieTrim products are kept in stock, but it would be good practice to liaise with the Sales office on 01803-813803 to verify that free stock will be available. While good stocks are maintained it is always possible one of the national house builders will want extra stock in addition to their phased product call-off.
Receiving delivery and storage
Please note that a suitable and secure unloading area should be available within six metres of the vehicles parking space. If there is no suitable offloading place then the customer is responsible for transporting the products to a safe storage place. For larger deliveries we prefer to deliver using a lorry with mechanical offload, where there are access problems for these vehicles we would require a fork lift or able-bodied persons to help with the delivery.