Q: What are the different types of vinyls? Which one is best for my house?
A: We use Mastic Vinyl Siding, there are varying thickness, styles, and colors of vinyl siding. Different thickness of vinyl siding increases the amount of wind the siding can withstand. Most vinyl sidings can handle between 160mph – 200mph. There are 2 main styles of vinyl siding, straight lap and dutch lap. There are a wide array of color options for vinyl siding, the darker colors are usually slightly more expensive because they must be made with a UV resistant coating to reduce fading.
Q: What are the different types of wood or fiber cement sidings? Which one is best for my house?
A: Wood panels and cedar siding planks are common siding replacements. Wood siding replacements are more susceptible to the elements such as insects, squirrels and will retain moisture to the point of rot.
We use James Hardie Fiber Cement planks to replace old Masonite or LP plank siding. James Hardie Fiber Cement is the answer to the old pressed board siding. James Hardie fiber cement comes with a 30 year warranty and deters insects, birds, squirrels and other critters. It won’t rot and is fire resistant. This is the premier siding in today’s construction industry.
Q: How soon can I expect a quote?
A: You can expect a quote in 24-48 hours after the initial request. For more complex projects, quotes may take a few more days.
Q: What time of the day can I schedule my home remodeling project?
A: During the summer months we typically begin work between 7:30-9:00AM, and in winter we start later to ensure temperatures are warm enough to complete the work. Typical start times in the winter are between 9:00-10:00AM.
*All times are subject to change due to weather conditions.
Q: Do I need to be home while work is being done?
A: No you do not need to be home when the work is being completed. A power source is needed but arrangements are made with the homeowner to ensure power can be plugged in outside prior to the project begin. If interior work is needed, then yes, arrangements will need to be made to allow workers to enter the home.
Q: What forms of payment do you accept?
A: Cash, check (including Online Bill Pay offered by most major banks/credit unions), and all major credit cards.