Home Remodeling design & build VLOG by Pangione Developers Inc In this video, you will see the actual Add a Level after only 7 days from when it was started. The exterior siding application…
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Home Addition and House Renovation Building & Remodeling West Chester, PA

View New Sunroom Cathedral Addition and complete house renovation including Andersen Woodwright windows, James Hardie siding, Azek trim boards and crowns.
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Home Addition Cathedral Ceiling LED Lights by Building & Remodeling West Chester, PA

Shows sunroom addition that replaced screened in porch. Discusses James Hardie Siding, Azek trim boards and crowns, inside trim and LED Maxim lights on tie b…
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Dream home renovation from Creative Design & Construction

Home renovation by remodeling experts Creative Design & Construction in Harlan Indiana can make your older home look like a new home. Room additions, siding,…
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Complete Remodel | Angie Cody Video

Don t let the age of this home fool you. This is a complete remodel
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Home addition plans

Includes: 480 square feet of added living space featuring a new kitchen two and half times larger than the original, a sitting area with a corner fireplace, a powder room, and a walk-in closet for the master bedroom in the new attic space above. The exterior remodel has new stone and vinyl siding, a masonry patio, and dimensional roof shingles.
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Episode 6: Simple Addition

HGTV & diy network’s Jeff Wilson continues the Deep Energy Retrofit of his 1940′s Cape Code home. This time, see how engineered wood products are used in the project – I-joists, beams, OSB, radiant barrier sheathing, studs, and even siding and trim. Engineered wood products from LP are certified sustainably harvested by a third party, and they’re made from small-diameter, rapidly regenerating trees.
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Episode 6: Simple Addition

HGTV & diy network’s Jeff Wilson continues the Deep Energy Retrofit of his 1940′s Cape Code home.
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Signs of failing siding

Signs of Siding Failure

Signs of Failing Siding

Things to look out for when your siding fails and how to mainting and fix the problem.

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Siding protects the inner walls from damage and should be repaired as soon as possible.  Moisture can lead to rot, mold, moisture problems, and Strutural integrity.  There are many indications that there may be an issure with your siding like peeling paint in an inside room or staining.  Check you siding as indicated below.

Aluminimum Siding

Uppainted spots are serious in humid areas, aluminum won’t rust, but will eventually corrode and should be touched up.

1. Gaps: Caulk any gaps in joints with

2. Torn or loose section:  Look for any torn siding or missing siding.  It’s common to find pieces missing.  Replace or renail any missing or torn siding.

Absbestos Shingles:

Any damange will probably near the foundation, where excess moisture often causes the shingles to crack and break off.

1. Brittle, cracked, or broken sections:  Replace damaged sections.  Repair smaller cracks with asbestos caulking.

2. Loose or rusty nails:  Hammer in the loose nails and replace rusty ones with non rusting types-rusty nails will streak the siding.  Check for the source of excess moisture.  It may my pushing nails out and causing them to rust.

Brick, concrete, or concrete block

1. cracks:    If you have cracks in your foundation it could be setteling.   You should measure the the length and width of the crack and wait a few months.  Remeasure and if there is any difference then you need to call in a pro.  If it remains the same the setteling may have come and gone and you can fill the crack and patch with cement.

2. Water damage:  Looks for a white powery substance that comes up through the concrete or brick.  If you find any then you most likely have water damage.  You will need to find the source of the water leak and fix as needed.  Then you can brush off the deposits with a wire brush and clean.  patch where needed.


1:  If you see any crumbling or missing sections of stuccos you most likely have a water problem and will need to call in an expert to find the water issure and patch.


Vinyl can become very brittle.  Looks for missing parts and cracks.  Replace any missing sections and caulk any gaps

Wood Siding failures

1. Loose, rotting, or missing sections:  Try finding the water water source and cut it off.  Make sure there was no structural damage and replace all rotted or missing sections.  You will want to place a water vapor barrier behind the siding

2. Cracked or peeling paint:  Repaint only if you thing the siding is sound.  Painting over rotted sections will only trap in the rot and make it worse.  Replace all rotted wood.  Brush or scrape off any loose paint before painting and make sure its dry and clean.

3.  Rusty nails:  Replace any rusty nails with galvanized nails to prevent rust streaks

4. Signs of insects:  Check for clusters or holes, tunnels, piles of sawdust, or discarded wings in the fall and spring.  If found call and exterminator.

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Seattle Siding Repair

Maintaining Siding in the Seattle area

Before rushing to brighton digny sidiing with paint, try washing it.  Washing is the first step to a lasting paint job anyway.

Being in the Seattle area you really need to a yearly washing.  The washing helps preserve siding and its finish.  For painting wood siding and aluminum siding, use a solution of 1 cup detergent and 1 quart cholorine bleach in 3 gallons of water.  Use an extra strength detergent sold by Seattle paint and Hardware stores.  Wear rubber gloves, safety goggles, and protective garments.  Rinse the siding thoroughly.

To spruce up vinyl siding, hose it down then sponge it with a mild liquid detergent and as  a result it will be less likely to streak.

A great tool for washing siding is a long car wash brush on a hose.  Bleach away green copper stains with a solution of 3/4 pound oxalic acid crystals in 1 gallon hot water.  Sponge on and wait 5 minutes, then rub with a cloth.  Repeat until the stain lightens.

Lighten rust stains with a solution of 1 part sodium citrate crystals to 6 parts of water.  Dip a cloth on it then stick the wet cloth on the siding, covering the stain for 15 minutes.

If you’re going to pain, sand rusty nailheads and surrounding stains with a medium-grit sandpaper to take off as much rust as possible.  Cover a recessed nailhead with caulk.  Then prime the area with rust inhibiting paint.

If you’re not sure whether a stain is soil or mildew, dab at it with a bleack soaked rag.  If particles begin to fall off, it’s mildew.

This tip was brought to you by Jimmies Siding of Seattle Washington

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