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Building on the ground is faster and safer than framing on the roof.
I do quite a bit of siding rehab work, much of it on relatively new houses.
Late last year, a couple called me about some leaking windows on the back of their 5-year-old stucco house. My company hadn't built the home; it was part of a tract development in Southeastern Pennsylvania thrown up during the recent housing boom.
I don't think my client was planning on an energy retrofit when he first talked to me about repairing and repainting the shingle siding on his 120-year-old Massachusetts home.
In the Seattle area, where I work, we get a lot of rain. From the mid-90s to the mid-2000s, there were many high-profile cases of water damage caused by improperly detailed siding, mostly on condos and other multifamily housing.
I'm a building energy consultant in central Wisconsin. I recently had a chance to perform a major energy retrofit on a modest ranch-style house just south of Lacrosse, Wis.
Our construction company recently completed a major remodel and energy retrofit of a split-level home in northern Vermont.
Install a tight weather barrier, choose top-quality shingles, and use smart production techniques.
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