Here’s the math: a fiberglass fiberboard sheet (3/8-inch-thick) is about $2.00 per square foot.
The same sheet would cost $3.30 per square yard.
And a fiberboarding siding is about half the price of a fiber board.
That’s why we use fiberboard insulation on a fiber roof.
The insulation comes in handy when you’re covering a small area, and when it’s wet, you want to keep your roof dry.
If you’re using fiberboard for your siding, you’ll want to invest in some extra fiberboard so that it’s not just as dry as the surrounding fiberboard.
So the next time you have a new roof that’s covered in fiberboard, use a coat of fiberboard and put in some new siding.
This post was originally published on June 30, 2018.