Home Exteriors


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Building Exteriors
  • Vinyl Siding
  • Stucco
  • Hardie Board Siding
  • Brick
  • + More!
  • Wood Fence
  • Vinyl Fence
  • Chain Link Fence
  • Metal Fence
  • + More!

Home & Building Exteriors


Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is plastic exterior siding for houses and other buildings. It is typically designed to imitate wood boards and is used for weatherproofing and decoration. It is made from polyvinyl chloride, the same material that is used for long lasting PVC pipes and laminate flooring. Are you tired of painting the exterior of your home or looking to change the overall aesthetic? A switch to vinyl siding can add beauty to the home and be easy to maintain. Some people might need to pressure wash the outside of the home every 3-5 years, while some have no maintenance needed.



Stucco is a concrete like exterior made up of Portland cement, sand, and water. Its durability holds up to the elements and looks beautiful. Stucco has a paintable surface, adds elegance to the exterior of the home, and is an attractive weather-resistant wall covering.


Hardie Board Siding

Named after James Hardie, Hardie Board is a fiber cement board that has the look of traditional wood siding. Due to the composition of the Hardie material, it is nearly impossible for the board to rot or deteriorate over time. Hardie board is paintable and provides a strong exterior material for your home. Hardie board lap siding comes with a 30-year no prorated, transferable, limited warranty and is highly resistant to hail and flying debris.



Brick is the traditional exterior of homes. Bricks are made up clay, sand, and either lime or concrete materials and are usually put through a firing process. “Brick keeps out the undesirables and is highly resistant to high winds” – Three Little Pigs



Traditional Wood Fences

Wood fences are the go to fence for many home and business owners. They are typically made from pine or cedar woods and can be designed in numerous different styles. Pine is the standard material that can be left alone, stained, or painted. Cedar already has a unique red-brown color of its own and is more resistant to rotting and insect damage.


Vinyl Fences

Vinyl fences are typically made from polyvinyl chloride. It is a durable material that is easy to maintain. Although it does cost more than an average wood fence, vinyl fences could last between 20-30 years and look great the entire time. The fence board can be spaced apart leaving a gap or you can completely eliminate the gap and have ultimate privacy.


Chain Link Fences

Chain link fences are typically made from galvanized steel. The advantages are that wind can pass through easily, it provides sight through the fence, and it provides the security of keeping people or animals in or out as necessary.


Aluminum, Steel, or Iron Fencing

Aluminum, Steel, or Iron Fencing is an upgrade to the chain link fence. It has many of the same advantages as a chain link fence but with a more sturdy design and better aesthetic appeal.