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Posted: 11.07.2019  ·  #1
Well, I'm working on a small project to put boards up around the walls of the shed and to make a wall frame/false wall across between the two sides as well... I was planning on using light ply as it is really only for aesthetic purposes (plan to paint it after) but my uncle mentioned Hardy boards and said they are a cement fibre compound and should be much cheaper than ply.... Can't seem to find any that match that criteria in Ireland (he lives in Australia) and wondered has anyone come across such a thing? Ply being approx €10-€20 per sheet (plus VAT) in expecting this stuff to come in around 5-10.. But can't seem to find it anywhere!
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Posted: 11.07.2019  ·  #2
there are cement boards and silica boards available, have a look at the K-rend range of products I think they produce them
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Posted: 11.07.2019  ·  #3
I think Laydex building supplies in Unit 3, Allied Industrial Estate, Kylemore Rd, Dublin 10 are the importers of that, it is used in bathrooms and behind tiles.
Cemrock Cement Board 2400x1200x12mm - McMahons @ € 60.00
Permabase Cement Board 12.5mm 8x4ft Goodwins @ € 52.00
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