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  • Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

    Are Hardiflex really advisable for ceiling use? Many say that they fall off in time due to loose nail holes which enlarge when hardinail are overdriven. Please advise.

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    Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

    for me mas ok hadiflex kc termite free na siya, for ceiling use HARDIFLEX LITE mas manipis ito 3.5mm, sa fall off issue I think sa pag install na yan baka kulang sa pako or baka hindi hardiflex nail ang ginamit, malaki kasi ulo pag hardinail hindi basta basta natanggal, on my experience ang cons lang ng hardflex both for ceiling or wall is pag may ikakabit kang mga frames or other things that used thumb tacks/cup hook or screws, and hirap ilagay n madalas nabubutas bigla yun hardiflex pag diniinan mo yun screw, hindi gaya ng plywood kakapit yun screw/cup hook kahit hindi natapat sa wood frame yun screw/cup hook

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    • #3
      Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

      Para po sa akin Hardiflex lalu na sa exterior ceiling. Mas maganda nga kung yung 3.5 mm lang pag ceiling ginamit kasi di mabigat. Sinubukan ko minsan katuwaan lang, Ibinabad ko sa tubig hardiflex sabay na rin marine plywood. Siyempre pa, in time, iyong hardiflex di nabulok pero yung plywood bumigay.

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      • #4
        Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

        imho meron ka na bang castillaje/ ceiling frame
        kung wala pa mag aluminum frame ka nalang then use gypsum board

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        • #5
          Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

          Sa akin lang po, pag interior ceilings, mas pipiliin ko ang gypsum board with metal furring framing system over hardiflex o plywood, dahil mas madaling i finish. Sa mga nababasang lugar, pwede rin ang moisture resistant gypsum board. Kaya lang, palagi kong ginagamit sa exterior ceiling , hardiflex pero pag may budget naman, ang gamit ko sa exterior ay spandrel panels.

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          • #6
            Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

            Gildred,

            Ano ang spandrel panel?

            Thanks

            Tatoski

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            • Ben617
              Ben617 commented
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              Newbie here.
              How do you fasten hf to metal furrings? Screws, nails, some say rivets? Can hardinails enough to secure to metal furrings?
              By d way, I used hf in ceilings under GI roofs in my house with wooden studs. I noticed the area is quire hot day and night w/c means it is not a good matl for temp. Insulation.
              Thanks n regards to all!

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            Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

            tatoski, AFAIK a spandrel panel is sort of a...fill between the spaces of two windows: one at the bottom and one at the top. I think this is used for multi-storey places. If I'm not mistaken, this is sort of a decorative panel that is placed in between the upper sill of the lower window and the bottom sill of the upper window.

            I could be mistaken though.

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            • #8
              Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

              basta interior mas bagay talaga hardiflex, mga customers namin pagbumibili for interior hardiflex lagi recommend namin pati pang walls.

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              • Nat garcia
                Nat garcia commented
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                Ser safe po ba ang hadeflex wala po ba itong halo na asbestos..

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              Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

              tatoski...
              for spandrel panel... try ....http://www.uniongalvasteel.com.ph/products.asp

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              • #10
                Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

                For interior ceilings, I usually specify Gypsum board on metal furrings for acoustic and insulation purposes notwithstanding the effciency of installing it. However, it is slightly costlier than ordinary HardyLite or Plywood per sq.m. For exterior ceiling, I suggest using Ficem boards like Jardine Products. Hardy Lite is a good alternative to ordinary plywood. Less paint, less putty used and joints are easily patched up in a jiffy.
                mgc design associates

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                • #11
                  Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

                  Di ba nagmumukhang papel ang Hardiflex kapag nabasa? Parang nagpi-peel off sya.

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                  • #12
                    Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

                    Only if it has no proper paint primer and soaked in water more than 48 hours.
                    mgc design associates

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                    • #13
                      Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

                      So kapag ginamit as ceiling ang Hardiflex and then nagkaroon ng tulo ang bubong, palit na rin ang ceiling?

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                        Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

                        Originally posted by boybi
                        So kapag ginamit as ceiling ang Hardiflex and then nagkaroon ng tulo ang bubong, palit na rin ang ceiling?
                        Not necessarily. It takes more than that para masira yung ceiling mo. If it is just tulo(water drip)..no problem at all...pwera nalang kung basang basa at babad na babad sa tubig(a big gaping whole in the roof while raining hard). A good paint can also provide good protection for any material.
                        mgc design associates

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                          Re: Hardiflex vs Marine plywood for ceilings

                          Dami ko na kasing nakitang mga naka Hardiflex na ceiling na parang carton paper na ang itsura. And kung sa ceiling ginamit yung Hardiflex, di ba yung one side lang ang mapipinturahan? Yung nasa top portion hindi na napipinturahan?

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