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|Posted on March 13, 2018 at 9:15 AM||comments (339)|
Hoschton: Sometimes that's all the creativity that I have....puppies.
Once again we were referred by one of our real estate pro's to help bring this home up to speed on a few things.
We did a lot of touch painting and caulking inside but the primary focus was replacing these bad windows.
Unfortunately we had to remove and replace all the siding with new JamesHardie fiber cement lap siding.
We do a good bit of siding work, this was no big deal for us.
We're thankful grateful that our work gives others comfort in referring us.
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|Posted on April 26, 2015 at 8:49 AM||comments (0)|
As always we're glad we can help.
Here we are in Milton replacing a lot of siding with a fiber cement siding. You'll also see the newly installed white fascia boards (they're made out of PVC - a real smart move since PVC will not rot).
We're replaced in all nine windows. Three in the garage, two dormer windows, plus four more.
After removing the old siding and install a weather/moisture barrier, installed window flashing, and then installed the windows.
Up goes the fiber cement siding...
We also removed all the siding and trim from the dormers, and installed windows in each dormer.
Close-up on the dormer work.
Notice the white trim (fascia)? That's made of the PVC product.
Left & Below
More windows and siding opposite end of garage.
Left & Below:
The last of the window replacements - no new siding on this side, just new windows.
|Posted on March 5, 2015 at 7:26 AM||comments (232)|
We were referred by Home Depot's RedBeacon referral program to help this couple build a frame & install their awesome Eze-Breeze porch enclosure (find out more about their products at: http://pgtezebreeze.com/).
This really is a pretty cool product. It breathes out but doesn't let wind nor rain in. These particular windows slide left to right, other slide up & down.
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If you look closely you'll see that the original window was too up-close & personal to the door. We re-worked the window framing to create a little space between the two that ultimately gives it a nicer appearance.
|Posted on December 6, 2014 at 11:34 AM||comments (7)|