This was a really fun project that we recently wrapped up and I thought I’d show you how it turned out. This 1940’s house was totally renovated under the guidance of local Architect Hugh Jefferson Randolph. Here is a great before shot of this house right before construction began. The original wood siding was covered about 20 years ago in vinyl siding and a hail storm pummeled the front of the house. Those boarded windows were due to golf ball sized hail. If you zoom in on the before photo you’ll see the vinyl siding had holes from where the brittle siding caved to the hail.
In this video I’ll give you a tour of the finished exterior and discuss how we used durable products to ensure the longest service life for this 70 year old house (old for Austin’s standards). You’ll see James Hardie Artisan siding, Azek PVC trim around the front door, and some really nice Marvin windows. -Matt Risinger
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