Typically, 2 to 3 weeks after the contract is signed.
Siding: Typically, 7 to 10 days. Depends on the amount and type of siding, layout of the home and the weather. Windows: Typically, 2 days. Depends on the number of windows, and the type of windows to be installed s
Siding: It is not necessary while the work is being performed. It can be helpful to be there the day work begins to make sure any questions can be addressed. Windows and Doors: Yes, it is preferred, because we will need access inside the home.
No, we work the home in sections trying to take off only what we can replace in a day
We use corrosion resistant nails from a pneumatic nail gun.
Electro-galvanized roofing nails for blind nailing. Double hot dipped galvanized nails for exposed nailing. Stainless steel nails near the coast.
James Hardie®, ColorPlus® siding has 15 standard colors to choose from. Primed Hardie Plank can be painted virtually any color.
Sherwin Williams Resilience.
Most areas will be applied with spray guns. Some confined and smaller areas may be rolled and all jobs may have brush work for detailed painting.
The siding is designed to take the brunt of the water. The moisture barrier in conjunction with flashing and window tape keep the water from getting into the wall cavity.
No, Siding systems are designed to shed the water down the walls. It will not stop rising water from major or localized flooding.
Most of our crews have a dump trailer that they will park on site. Our crews pick up and clean up every day to keep your home site as neat as possible. After the completion of the job, they will run a magnetic nail sweep over the yard.
We schedule our crews so they are on only one home at a time.
Minor damage can usually be handled with the scope of the contract. If we get into a large area of damage or defects there may be an additional cost.
Saturday is usually a work day for us. We rarely work on Sundays and only upon customer approval.
That depends upon local municipality. Some cities only require a permit fee. Coastal areas may require a T.D.I. Windstorm inspection. Houston Siding will take care of obtaining permits and inspections.
It is not part of the base price but can be included in the price.
If it is something light weight, like a temperature sensor, simply use a coarse screw. If it is something with some weight, like a hose reel, it will need to be attached to the framing behind the siding.
A radiant barrier housewrap with a foil backing. It is a certified moisture barrier.
Yes, double paned windows are a requirement for new or replacement windows.
Double pane windows do a great job in reducing noise.
Our installer will remove the glass from the window then they collapse the frame to remove it.
Because most homes have flower beds right up next to the home, we cannot avoid them. So, we try to cover, protect, or pull back out of the way as best we can. No matter how careful we are, we have to get into the flower beds to work and some damage may occur.
Our standard labor warranty is 5 years plus whatever manufacturer warranty applies.
Yes, a small amount is included in the price. Larger areas of insulation will be replaced at an additional cost.
Yes, if any of the exterior walls have pictures or shelves on them, you may want to remove them so they will not fall during construction. If you have something that is not on an outside wall and are concerned about it, please remove it.
Absolutely not. HardiePlank® siding weighs 2.3 lbs per square foot. That is about the same weight as 5/8" thick sheetrock. It has been installed on over 5.5 million homes and the weight of the product has never been an issue.
No, all Hardi material comes pre-primed from the factory. It is ready for painting when it is applied to the house./p>