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How to cut cement weatherboard around tricky pipes

How to cut cement weatherboard around tricky pipes

Cutting cladding boards to fit around exterior pipes requires some precision and patience.

You should always use a blade that is suitable for cutting the type of material that the cladding board is made of.

On this job we needed to butt up our cedral cement weatherboards around a really tricky section of pipe work.

I started by making a rough template from an off cut, then used the Sitebuddyz jigsaw cladblade to get a really clean, tight fitting cut for the final section.

The end result on this job was a perfect fitting piece!

 Cladding: Better. Faster. Cheaper. Job done!

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