So I turn to the trusty website again for some needed information. I recently posted hear about putting FC on my house and the info was great. I kind have another question only a DIY’er could ask. I have removed all the old cedar clapboard on my exising walls, and am placing 5’1/4 FC with an 4″ exposure on the house. As I work with this stuff I find the boards have somewhat of a “sag” to them as I move horizontally across the house. This is from the factory, I have not ripped them or anything. I check constanlty with the level and often find myself pushing up the board slightly to get a straight line and keep the 4″ exposure. Is this common? I also seem to have some boards not laying flush ontop the previous board, is this doe to overdriving the nails or pushing up on the board to keep it in line? Thanks for any info and I can try some pics next time as well to better describe this.
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