1. Roof: The uppermost part of a building that provides protection from weather elements.
2. Siding: The outer covering or cladding of a house, typically made of materials like vinyl, wood, or brick.
3. Windows: Openings in the walls of a house that allow light, ventilation, and views to the outside.
4. Doors: Entry points into a house, providing access and security.
5. Gutters: Channels attached to the edge of the roof that collect and redirect rainwater away from the house.
6. Fascia: A horizontal board or trim that is attached to the edge of the roof, supporting the lower edge of the roof tiles or shingles.
7. Soffit: The underside of the eaves, often ventilated to allow air circulation in the attic.
8. Eaves: The lower edges of a roof that overhang the walls, providing shade and protection from rain.
9. Chimney: A vertical structure that vents smoke and gases from a fireplace or heating system out of the house.
10. Porch: A covered structure attached to the front or back of a house, providing an outdoor space for relaxation or entryway shelter.

Starter Strip– A small piece of plank that gives lap siding its first initial kick out.

Sheathing– Is a panel material that is used in both flooring and wall structures to provide a surface for which product will be installed onto.

Horizontal and Vertical Siding–  Siding can be installed in many different ways. The most popular way is horizontal for a traditional lap siding look or for cedar shake shingles. Vertical siding is more common when installing board and batten to the side of a home.

Dormer–  The purpose is to increase space in an area of the loft and roof that is both usable and also offers a window opening.They can be built in 11 different ways for multiple uses and styles. The most common of them is the gable fronted dormer seen below.

Gable– This is the triangular section of a wall that intersects the edges and the roof pitches.

Eave– An eave is created when the rafters end continues past the outside walls creating an overhang.

Soffit– Is the section of material seen underneath the overhang of a roof.

Fascia– This piece of material can be spotted directly above the soffit where the outside of a rafter becomes an end.

Inside and Outside Corner–  This is the area in which a trim piece would be added to the corner of your home.  This part can typically be the same color as your siding or a different color to add an accent to your overall curb appeal.

Trim– Is a piece of material, commonly wood that is used to accent the architectural appeal of a home.

We Install:

  • Cedar Siding
  • Cedar Roofing
  • Custom Windows
  • Skylights
  • Exterior Doors
  • Composite Trim both simple and complex