This photo shows the a closer look below the front porch. All window and corner trim was replaced as well as the porch ceiling. Crown headers are a great way to accent doors and windows. Not all siding companies are capable of correctly installing this much detail. Be sure to hire Hardie siding contactors directly from their website.
This view shows the front corner of the Barnesville, MD home. The 4" picture frame trim & sill around the windows creates a nice contrast to the siding color. Adding crown headers is great way to add achitectural appeal. The Gray Slate siding color has become a very popular choice. Hardie fiber cement trim was installed on the front porch beam. The porch ceiling was replaced with tongue and groove pine beaded ceiling. The ceiling was painted to match the Arctic White trim.
Here you see an image from the left side. The 2 story bay window was part of the original structure. 5" corner trim was installed to compliment the window detail. Notice how the Gray Slate siding color looks darker in the shade? Be sure to ask your siding contractor for color samples prior to placing an order. Place them on different sides of your home to see how the color appears on your property.
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This is a view from the rear corner. The Gray Slate siding contrasts well with the Arctic White trim. Crown headers are an excellent way to add detail to windows and doors. Hardie installation instructions require horizontal flashing installed above the windows. Many siding contractors don't follow this detail which can void the Hardie 30 year warranty.
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This photo shows a closer view of the Gray Slate Hardie lap siding on the rear shed. Be sure to hire an Elite Preferred Siding Contactor when having Hardie products installed. This is extremely important with custom details.
This image shows a closer look at the window detail. The windows are framed with 4" Hardie trim with a sill located at the bottom. A 3.25" crown molding header was installed at the top to create depth. The header detail extends past the vertical trim 1" on each side. The Arctic White trim creates an appealing contrast to the Gray Slate Siding. An 8" frieze board with crown molding was installed below the overhang. Ask your siding contactor what details will make your house stand out.
Here is a closer look at the Hardie 12" vented soffit. Most roofing manufacturers require proper ventilation in the eaves. This is required for their warranty. Installing proper ventilation when replacing your siding saves money when the time comes to replace your roof. It can also extend the life of your existing roof. Consult your siding contractor to see if vented soffits will benefit your home.
Here is a distant view of the rear corner. The Gray Slate siding blends well with the roofing color. Notice how the siding appears lighter when the sun shines? When choosing your siding color, be sure to test the color in the sun and the shade. Siding colors will appear lighter when exposed to the sun. The Colorplus finish Hardie comes with is resistant to fading. They offer many styles and colors to choose from. Fiber cement siding has become a popular choice
This home in Barnesville, MD had original wood siding on the exterior. The homeowners wanted a change!
This house was built in 1900. The original wood siding was rotting and the lead paint was peeling. The owner knew it was time to replace the siding. They wanted to match the historic look. Hardie siding was the best option to preserve the historic appeal of their home. We followed lead safety guidelines to remove the siding. Hardie house wrap was installed to create a thermal barrier. Hardieplankcedarmill siding was installed. The color of this home is Gray Slate. Crown headers were installed above the windows and doors. This detail made a huge difference to the final appearance. Hardie products are an excellent way to create the look of wood without the maintenance. The front porch ceiling was replaced with a tongue and groove pine beaded ceiling. This customer now has a beautiful, low maintenance exterior and was able to keep the historic charm. Custom Concepts Construction, Inc. is an Elite Preferred Siding Contractor for James Hardie Products.
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