Location: Overland Park, KS
Renovations: James Hardie Siding in Timber Bark with CobbleStone Trim; ProVia Front Door Replaced
Overland Park Homeowners Left to Deal with Woodpecker Damage
Our clients, homeowners in the Overland Park community, came to us with concerns about their home. The exterior, made from stucco and masonite, had been damaged by woodpeckers and wood rot, and the paint had faded from years of exposure to the Kansas sun.
Our homeowners were worried about the potential underlying damage and other issues that might have been caused by their woodpecker “friends,” and knew the time had come to make improvements to keep their home protected for years to come. Plus, it was time for an update.
Siding Replacement and a Complete Transformation
After inspection of the home, it was clear that it was definitely time to remove the sun-bleached, rot-ridden siding and eliminate the siding that had fallen prey to the woodpecker’s efforts. Our team was thorough and worked with the homeowners every step of the way to ensure they felt great about their choices and were fully informed at every stage of the renovation process.
Our solution to their pest problem? We suggested a James Hardie siding replacement, which not only is fade-proof but also resistant to insects and most importantly, resistant to woodpeckers.
The homeowners chose James Hardie siding in the color Timber Bark and opted for eye-catching cobblestone trim. To match their home’s exterior’s new look, we also replaced their front door with a timeless ProVia front door.
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A Stunning Transformation with Sturdy, Bird-Proof Siding
Once we resolved the issues with our homeowner’s siding, we color-matched paint to revive their fading stucco and match it perfectly with the brand new, durable James Hardie siding for a cohesive look. The homeowners were delighted with their home’s new aesthetic, and especially thrilled with the fact that they no longer had to worry about pesky invaders or wood rot.