Renovating The Front Elevation With New Composite Siding
These homeowners were excited about renovating the front elevation with new composite siding. Furthermore, they also were interested in a unique double entry door.
These homeowners were sick of constantly painting and sealing their old barn board siding and wanted a long-lasting solution that was maintenance-free. After going over the exterior of the house with our salesman, we suggested a vinyl and composite option. As a result, the homeowners decided to install CertainTeed Mainstreet D4 vinyl siding and Everlast Composite Board and Batten siding with PVC trim. In addition to the composite siding, our crews also installed a Therma-Tru double entry door with Kensington glass and brushed nickel. Lastly, our team installed a brand new Harvey patio sliding door with internal blinds.
- ThermaTru Entry Door With Kensington Glass and Brushed Nickel
- Everlast Composite Siding — 4.5 Inch Clapboard (Seaside Grey)
- Everlast Composite Siding — Board and Batten (Flagstone)
- Harvey Patio Sliding Doors
- Center-Vent Vinyl Soffit
- PVC Trim
Before and After Photo Gallery
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