Installation: How to Install Trim & Fascia
This video will show you how to install LP® SmartSide® trim and fascia and some of the advantages of using LP SmartSide Trim & Siding products. In part one of this series, we’ll review:
● The tools you need for installation
● How to prepare the job site
● How to install fascia
● Technical specifications on what type of nails, sealant and other materials to use for installation
● How to install trim, including base trim and windows and doors
Installation: foundry installation guide
Foundry® Specialty Siding offers the handsome warmth of shake and shingle siding and the inherent charm of stone. Our proprietary
manufacturing process uses more than a hundred molds cast from
real cedar and stone, giving your home authentic texture with artistic color and premium durability. An innovative capstock protects its original beauty from UV color fade. Contractor-friendly 5-foot panels are unique, allowing easy handling, less scrap and faster completion of homes.
Installation: TOP QUALITY STONE VENEER
ProVia is an industry leader in stone veneer, the only company to offer an industry-best Lifetime Limited Warranty. ProVia offers a wide range of popular styles and colors for stone veneer, making it ideal for a wide variety of home exterior and interior applications. Less than 10 percent of stone veneer manufacturers have earned ICC-ES AC 51 compliance for pre-cast stone veneer. ProVia is one of those, and the company is the only one to offer an industry-best Lifetime Limited Warranty. When you choose ProVia’s manufactured stone, you’ve chosen the best. Learn more at https://www.provia.com/stone
TESTIMONIALS: Eugene Mattie On Andersen Windows – Building Award Winning Homes
Hear why the builder of the 2012 Boston Magazine Design Home® considers Andersen® 400 Series the quintessential windows and patio doors for creating authentic New England home styles. Learn more about 400 Series products at http://www.andersenwindows.com/400series.
GENERAL: BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION COLLAPSES
Ed Braz, professional wildlife photographer, captured video of a building under construction collapsing in high winds when a severe storm passed through the Raleigh, NC area Saturday afternoon, January 11, 2014.