Plymouth MN James Hardie Lap Siding Woodstock Brown with Board & Batten

Before After

James Hardie Woodstock BrownThe siding on this home in Plymouth, Minnesota, had definitely seen better days. It was faded and dull, a shadow of its former appearance. The wood planks were dilapidated due to the pounding Mother Nature can deal Minnesota homes.  This home faced directly south which really reduces the longevity of most building products but not James Hardie Lap Siding.

The homeowners knew it was time for a refresh, and our exterior experts were here and ready to help get the transformation started. Having a  visualizer was important for this one to make sure the pieces, James Hardie Lap Siding, Board and Batten, and Cultured Stone all fit together nicely.  The final product needs to be seen to be believed! This renovation is a  prime example of the features we can install and create on your home, this property has it all.

We said farewell to the weather-torn siding and replaced it with James HardiePlank siding that we knew would stand the test of time – and weather – in the color Woodstock Brown. James Hardie Lap Siding in Woodstock Brown is a great neutral tone that works well with most shingle colors. We complemented it with areas of board and batten and details of shakes, both in the color Timberbark. Finished with details of trim in Monterey Taupe and patches of cultured stone, we and the homeowners alike were thrilled with how this project turned out.

It doesn’t take a lot of cultured stone to really set off the front of your home.  These homeowners decided to add it to the garage and below the bay window which added to the curb appeal.  Since cultured stone doesn’t require a footing like traditional brick, you can use it in many more circumstances than brick.

If you’re ready to start your own transformation, reach out to us on out contact us page.

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