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siding

Materials used to clad the outside of building walls.Siding is not structural and does not support the roof or upper floors. It may include wood, brick, shingles, vinyl, and other materials. Many zoning regulations stipulate the types of siding that must be used, or cannot be used, for buildings in particular zone classifications.For example, metal siding may be prohibited in certain residential areas.
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I have contacted a siding contractor and have been told they will remove the aluminum siding, wrap the house in Tyvek taping all seams, install 1/4-inch foam board and install the new siding.
In addition, the thousands of tonnes of ore that go into making sheet metal beams or aluminum siding can't be replaced.
Projects such as aluminum siding and new French windows blur the boundary between standard maintenance and major improvements - between what buyers simply expect and what they'll pay extra for.
indicated that a gust of wind associated with Hurricane Irene dislodged a piece of aluminum siding from a building, and the siding then struck the main transformer.
A I agree with your Realtor friend; factory-painted aluminum siding such as yours can be of high quality and it would a shame to dispose of it.
The fungus won't hurt your aluminum siding, nor will it degrade wood siding.
Short-term goals tend to be more immediate and consumption-oriented - a new car, new furniture, a new roof or aluminum siding for your home.
PHILADELPHIA -- With the weak economy, few homeowners will be running out to replace their vinyl or aluminum siding.
a Toledo-based brokerage, says that the UBC market and related over-the-scale markets like painted aluminum siding should remain fairly steady.
By using a top quality 100% acrylic latex paint, you'll enjoy a variety of performance benefits, whether your home exterior is made of wood, aluminum siding, vinyl siding, or masonry," says Debbie Zimmer, spokesperson for the Institute.
Handles bulky materials including waste wood, drywall, pallets, vinyl and aluminum siding, insulation and concrete chunks
Barry Levinson's 1987 movie ``Tin Men,'' for instance, depicts a pair of bumbling '60s aluminum siding salesmen as paragons of slick insincerity.