Whole House Exterior Remodels

An old post and beam house that has undergone many additions and renovations. The owners originally wanted us to paint this structure, but deteriorated siding and moisture conditions led to the decision to re-side instead of paint.

The original facade, paint peeling and rather plain looking. At this point we had installed all new vinyl windows and wrapped the casings with aluminum coil stock.

Not quite the same view, but new siding, new 200 amp electric service, the addition on a porch roof, new columns on the side porch, and a new front door with side lights.

The north facing elevation, installing new Certainteed Vinyl windows in progress.

North elevation completed. During this remodel, an electrical fire broke out in the attic, turning this job into a fire restoration project as well as a siding replacement. We ended up tearing the entire roof off, gutting half of the second floor and restoring all of the fire damage. Note the difference in the roofs and chimney.

The west facing elevation prior to repairs and renovations.

The completed West elevation.

East facing elevation, for the time being existing pass and overhead doors have been left.

The existing covered porch, East and South facing elevations.

East elevation, completed.

A close up view of the side porch.

Close up view of new porch roof.