Residential exterior home services like installation of James Hardie Siding, stone veneer, and stucco. Also Hardie installation and repairs.
Commercial or industrial improvement and exterior repairs and renovations. Specializing in EIFS, stucco and more.
JAMES HARDIE SIDING
1. MATERIAL HOME DELIVERY
Step one of the process is the delivery of the materials to the customers home. All materials are carefully packaged & wrapped to avoid any damage to your siding during shipping & delivery.
2. REMOVE EXISTING SIDING
Preparation is so important but many companies will cover up problems without addressing them. We will first remove your old siding, inspect your home and cut out any rotten or damaged wood and replace.
2. PREP FOR NEW SIDING
As part of a ES Siding installation, correct locations of your home will be covered with Tyvek. Why do we wrap your home with Tyvek? Simple for protection from various elements.
5. INSTALL J CHANNELS
Attention to detail is a our tradition. Most companies don’t take the time to miter cut the corner trim J channels. Small details like these miter cuts make a beautiful difference to your new siding job.
4. INSTALL CORNER FLASHING
VSI certified installation standards require flashing in critical areas where water infiltration is most likely to occur. Outside corners, inside corners, and sill areas. Managing water behind the siding.
6. INSTALL HARDIE SIDING
After siding design and color are selected, our certified specialists will start the application of James Hardie Siding as specified by their guidelines and best practices. All to provide you with a beautiful finished job.
We offer repair services to your home or business. Repairing siding, stucco, and
CAUSES OF SIDING DAMAGE
Rot: Over time, excess moisture can cause your siding to begin to decay.
Mold/Mildew: These fungi can grow rapidly and compromise your siding’s strength.
Rust: Siding that’s constantly exposed to moisture may begin to develop rust.
Wind: Sometimes, strong winds can cause pieces of siding to go missing.
Water: Too much water in or around your siding can lead to a number of problems.
Heat: Extreme heat can cause siding to warp, pucker, or even melt.
Debris: You never know what could fly through the air and damage your siding.
Hail: When hail hits, it can cause damage to everything around it – including siding.
TYPES OF REPAIR
For residential, urban, commercial, and industrial