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Whats best for Skirting?

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Whats best for Skirting?

Postby » Mon Jan 27, 2003 2:53 am

We are debating on what to do for skirting. We know for sure we DO NOT want to use vinyl. We saw some that looked like cynder blocks, but it came in sheets? Any ideas are appreciated. We live in Colorado. Thanks so much. Christy
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Re: Whats best for Skirting?

Postby » Mon Jan 27, 2003 3:15 am

Does Lowes or Home Depot sell anything for skirting? Like the hardie board?
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Re: Whats best for Skirting?

Postby » Mon Jan 27, 2003 10:49 am

There's a pop-up ad somewhere on this website for a company that sells what you're referring to. Can't remember the name. There is also something called "Insulcrete" that fits the description, but I heard about that from a M-H dealer here in Georgia. supposedly, Insulcrete is much easier to install than cinder blocks and performs better. I think the cost is about the same.
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Re: Hey, I just saw that ad

Postby » Mon Jan 27, 2003 11:02 am

The name of that pop-ad product I mentioned is 'System-1". The company is Hoffman Pre-cast. I saw the ad just a second ago after I wrote the above post.

Good luck!
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Re: Hey, I just saw that ad

Postby » Mon Jan 27, 2003 2:56 pm

Thank you so much Mrs X!! We definently need something easy. I am worn out from all the other work we have been doing on the foundation. We have done most of it ourselves, it is a REAL job!!! Hopefully I can find what your talking about now so I can click on it..hehehe. Thanks, Christy
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Re: Here's the phone #

Postby » Mon Jan 27, 2003 11:50 pm

If you can't find the website, here's the phone number of Hoffman:

515-296-0334

I had something on Insulcrete lying around the house here and now I can't find it, but will keep my eyes pealed.
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