Heartland Modernized This 70’s Home With Siding and Trim.
For the Tobin Project, Heartland installed new siding and trim to modernize this 1970’s home. In addition, new colors, updated windows, siding and shakes, and crisp trim revitalize a home some 40+ years after its original construction. To further add to the functionality, we also installed a 14’ deck for useful outdoor living space. This project took around 3 weeks from start to finish.
Durable, Low-Maintenance Materials Are A Homeowner’s Dream.
Taking into account the life of the products, we choose materials that will not only look good, but last. With little to no maintenance, vinyl siding and shakes were a great choice for this project. We used Norandex Polar Wall foam-backed siding in cobblestone color and accented the gable ends with Foundry 7″ split shakes in champagne for contrast. To extend the living space, we added a 14′ back deck using Timbertech flooring and Vekadeck railing. The appearance of this project will last for years to come without much attention at all.
Custom Window Trims Takes The Home’s Aesthetic To The Next Level.
Small details can really make a remodel pop. Heartland’s in-house manufacturing company River Valley Customs, LLC. custom built the window trims to frame the windows on this house for a better finished look. Customizing small architectural features makes an exterior look sharp and clean, adding to the home’s modern facelift. This can also work with more classic exteriors and historical restorations.
Remodeling Offers A Modern Look With High-Energy Efficiency.
Many standards have changed since the 1970s, as have building materials. Putting new technology to work in an older home can have significant returns in heating and cooling costs. This home was made to look modernized while becoming more energy-efficient, saving the home-owner around 50% on her heating bill.