A new roof is a great upgrade for your home, but new siding can really transform it! We’ll send out a qualified roofer to give you a Free Estimate. Your Horizon Restoration representative will present you with several options and help you design a custom plan for you home.
Typically 3 to 7 days. Depends on the amount and type of siding, layout of the home, and the weather.
It is not necessary while the work is being performed. It is a good idea to be there the day work begins, so if there are any questions they can be addressed.
No. We work the home in sections, trying to take off only what we can replace in a day.
We use corrosion resistant nails from a pneumatic nail gun or hand nailed.
Typically the garage, but it depends on the home.
The siding is designed to take the brunt of the water. The moisture barrier in conjunction with flashing and window tape keep the water from getting into the wall cavity.
No, siding systems are designed to shed the water down the walls. It will not stop rising water from major or localized flooding.
Whenever there is heavy construction it is good practice to park as far from the work being preformed as possible. Our crews pick up and clean up every day to keep your home site as neat as possible. They do a nail sweep with magnets around the areas they have been working and they sweep the driveway and other walkways.
We schedule our crews so they are on only 1 home at a time.
Yes, Most of it is negligible and requires only minor repairs. About 30% of the time we find water, insect damage, or structural defects which require additional work.
If it is minor damage, (which is found in most homes), yes. If we get into a large area of damage or defects there may be an additional cost.
It is not part of the base price but a salesman can include it in the price.
Yes, if the temperature is above 30 degrees. When raining if it is only a light rain or mist and is on a protected area of the home.
If it is something light weight like a temperature sensor simply use a coarse screw. If it is something with some weight, like a hose reel, it will need to be attached to the framing behind the siding. Molly bolt types are not preferred.
Because most homes have flowerbeds right up next to the home, we cannot avoid them. So we try to cover, protect, or pull back out of the way as best we can. No matter how careful we are, we have to get into the flowerbeds to work, and some damage may occur.
Yes, any of the exterior walls that have pictures or shelves you may want to remove these because we will vibrate the walls. Even if you have something that is not on an outside wall but you are concerned about it, I would remove it.