When stucco begins to look worn, cracked or water damaged, it’s time to start thinking about your options!
Recently, our team traveled to West Chester to remove existing stucco and install new, 8.5 inch James Hardie Cobblestone siding. While we were at it, we installed white trim around the windows and doors to give this home a polished new look.
Believe it or not, old stucco can cause structural damage to your home. We often see improper stucco installation or cracked stucco leads to a bulging effect which adds stress to the exterior of your home and eventually can lead to costly water damage.
Recently, our team removed this Havertown home’s stucco with James Hardie Navajo Beige 8.25 siding. This install not only enhances the appearance of the home but will also keep the structure sealed and safe from wet weather.
This home in Yardley, PA was in need of a remodel. For this project, we started by removing the existing tan siding and installed a new James Hardie Pearl Gray siding. Our team also removed the old roof and installing GAF Timberline HD shingles.
Not only did these new renovations improve the look and feel of the exterior, but they will help keep this home structurally sound for years to come. Get a closer view:
This home located in Blue Bell, PA was in need of a new exterior look. We installed cobblestone siding to the front of the home along with James Hardie 8.25 inch siding to the back of the home. To really upgrade this look, we removed the existing windows and installed Anderson 400 series double-hung windows.
Check out how inviting this home looks with its new renovations:
This home located in West Chester was in need of an upgrade, and with some love, this was able to be done without that large of a renovation. To help, the Porter Family Contracting team stripped the existing yellow siding and replaced it with a new James Hardie Aged Pewter siding.
This new siding gave the home a warm, modern look. Check out the results:
New siding can completely change the look of your home, without doing a full remodel.
This Morrisville home was ready to say goodbye to their cream-colored siding and upgrade for a darker feel. The Porter Family Contracting Team began by removing the existing siding and replaced it with new James Hardie Deep Ocean siding. The team pulled this house’s new look together by adding white vinyl shutters.
We are excited about the outcome of this home, check it out:
We were excited to give this Warminster house a new look!
After some time, all siding and roofing begins to look a bit worn out. The Porter Family Contracting team started this upgrade by adding new roof shingles for a warmer look. Then, the team removed the existing siding and replaced it with new James Hardie Khaki siding.
We are thrilled with the results of this project, take a look:
It was time for this home in Malvern to get an updated look!
To update this home, the Porter Family Contracting team removed the siding of this home and replaced it with a brand new James Hardie Navajo Beige siding along with an azeck trim. For finishing touches, they added a brick siding accent wall.
Homes made of brick and siding typically last decades, however, their appearance wears over time and can cause leakage. Eventually, this can lead to vulnerabilities and potential structural expenses down the line.
For this project, our team removed the existing siding from this home in Media, PA. We installed fresh James Hardie 8.25 inch siding and replaced the roof with GAF Timberline HD shingles.
The siding on this home was looking a little worn, so an upgrade was in order. The Porter Family Contracting team removed the existing siding and replaced it with brand new James Hardie Deep Ocean siding. We also installed new windows with clean, white trim.