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Modern Facade Materials - The Fiber cement siding

Fibre cement siding — SHERA


SHERA Board is a non-asbestos fibre-cement product composed of Portland cement, cellulose fibre, and fine sand. Using a unique manufacturing process called an autoclave, the SHERA  board acquires the strength,  durability of cement, and easy workability of wood and dimensional stability.  A  non-combustible multi-purpose application fibre -cement flat board, SHERA Board, comes with various thicknesses suitable for multiple applications; ceiling, wall, and floor. It can be used for both exterior and interior applications. SHERA Boards can perfectly be calibrated and then laminated or coated with other materials, e.g. wood veneer.



Fibre cement siding is a unique fibre cement composite of natural fibres bonded tightly in a high-grade silicate structure. It is a cellulose cement plank that contains No asbestos fibre, no fibreglass, nor formaldehyde.

Fiber cement siding is water-resistant, insect and rot-resistant and therefore requires very little maintenance.

It is the perfect fibre cement siding for any house that needs a simple yet durable cladding material. SHERA Plank comes in several sizes and textures to match your housing needs, making it easy to select your desired interior/exterior cladding materials.

It is also a perfect solution for cladding houses facing a constant threat from termites and water damage. It possesses excellent pest resistance properties, impact strength, and water/moisture resistance. It comes in several sizes and textures, and primed planks can be coated before or after installation (double coating) with optional acrylic paint.


  1. Near the source of fire
  2. For soundproofing
  3. Shatter-resistant
  4. Where stable geometry is needed
  5. A high degree of workability
  6. Termite resistant
  7. Water and moister resistant

Made from Portland cement, cellulose fibres, minerals, and other additives. Intense heat and pressure are applied to the mixture to form various types of sheets.


  1. Durable.
  2. Low maintenance.
  3. High resistance to water, fire, mould, and termite/insect infestation.
  4. Low moisture movement.
  5. Non-toxic. Multipurpose usage in ceiling and wall systems. A perfect substitute for plywood in furniture, with a better quality finish.


Currently not very well-known by carpenters; however, artisans use traditional woodworking tools.


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