Saturday, 22 May 2010 by Blue Ridge Exteriors
We’re proud to say that another of our jobs has been featured in the James Hardie® Magazine called REdesign. You can click here to read the interview with our customer and see the before and after pictures of the job. In this job we used a combination of HardiePlank® lap siding and HardieShingle®. The results are really nice.
You’ve heard the sales pitch haven’t you? If you have vinyl siding installed over top of the existing materials currently on your home (cedar, pressboard etc.) then you don’t have to worry about that material anymore because the vinyl siding will keep it dry. Well, the Vinyl Siding Institute wants to set the record straight
So you have the new replacement windows but still can’t figure out why it’s so stinking hot in your house. Have you looked up? Research shows that more energy is lost through your ceilings than anywhere else. Energy Armor® Attic Wrap is designed to help you recoup your energy dollars in the summertime by eliminating
Is the heat from your attic robbing you of the benefits of your air conditioner? Probably! On a 65 degree day the temperature in your attic will get over 95 degrees. That’s hot! Why is this important? The floor of your attic is the ceiling of your living space. Heat that builds up in your
As a company that has installed HardiePlank® siding on hundreds of homes we recommend using 3/4″ HardieTrim® boards instead of PVC for fascia boards, rake boards and the 1″ NT3 (cement) for corner posts. There are a few good reasons. One is that HardieTrim® boards are dimensionally stable. They simply doesn’t expand and contract like PVC trim
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