Metal Siding Repair Nashville

Exterior Trim Contractors in Nashville, TN (Tennessee)

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Recent Job Requests for Repair Exterior Trim Contractors in Nashville, Tennessee:

Project Location: Nashville, TN 37217

What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence

Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting

Comment: I need repair work, missing piece of a gutter needs replaced.. Gutter seams sealed and we have a damaged sofit, that needs replaced. We have wood rot on the sofit trim on the front wall.

Project Location: Nashville, TN 37218

Damage: Trim is loose or hanging out of position

What kind of location is this?: Business

Covered by Insurance: No

Request Stage: Ready to Hire

Property Owner: Yes

Comment: I have an old building and there is 2 building that are connected with new roof and I want to have metal soffet removed to look nice.

Project Location: Nashville, TN 37221

Date: 01/2014

Kind of trim: Wood

Damage: Trim is soft, rotten, blistering or peeling

Desired Completion Date: 1 - 2 weeks

Comment: Fascia is rotted and damaged

Project Location: Nashville, TN 37212

Nature of Project: Repair or partially replace exterior trim

Desired Completion Date: Within 1 week

Comment: I need to get part of the soffit replaced where it has a hole.

Date: 09/2013

Type of Trim: Aluminum wrap

Number of Stories: Two

Current siding: Aluminum

Water Damage or Rot on Existing Trim: Don't Know

Comment: I'm having my garage doors replaced and the original tracks were not attached to the house correctly. As a result, the garage door installers stated the frames/trim around the doors will need to be re-wrapped to cover the revisions that they will make. This is for one 16X7 door and one 8X7 door. Timing is somewhat flexible, depending on when doors (on order) will arrive and be scheduled for install.

Source: www.homeadvisor.com

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1) Legally, if you attach it to your house, it requires a permit. If you build it without a permit and get caught, you'll end up paying twice the permit fees.
2) 12 feet span for you rafters is to much. Under it's own weight, the 2X6's will sag and it will look bad in a year or so. I would go with 2 X 8's and crown each rafter with the crown up.
3) Don't install your 4 x 4 posts directly in the ground like 'fence posts'. It's not legal for one thing and will rot out. You can Use pressure treated posts that are structurally rated, (not all pressure treated lumber is)and use posts base set in concrete

Build it if time permit

For a high quality shed, you need to build it. It cost less than buying a one for the same quality.
Use treated lumber when possible, but only if the nails can handle them. I did that for floor and siding, but not roof sheeting.
For the floor, I would recommend to pour concrete. It's cheaper and last much longer. This is especially you have animals, which you can wash the concrete without issue. You can dig it out, pour gravel and stamp them. Then make a form on top, put mesh metal, and call a company to pour concrete for you.
Build a larger shed. 10x10 is very small

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  • Avatar honesty_counts Why not just use Vinyl Siding instead of Asphalt Shingles? won't It will last much longer?
    Jun 18, 2010 by honesty_counts | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    I remember a demonstration of vinyl siding that had a rigid insulation backing, it was shown to be strong enough to walk on without deflecting or being damaged in any way. Every few years (15-20) it seems that homes always need their shingles replaced, but the vinyl siding never gets replaced, so the next time a roof needs to be replaced, why not just use vinyl siding instead?

    • Vinyl siding IS NOT water tight.
      Why shingle are not water proof they are if installed properly "water tight."

  • Avatar Mercy Will this insulation become easily waterlogged?
    Apr 02, 2011 by Mercy | Posted in Do It Yourself (DIY)

    I have plans for a feral cat shelter made from 2" thick rigid styrofoam insulation sheets. It would be easy to make and quite warm. I called Home Depot in advance to be sure they had it in stock and they did. I found … like a fool, but I'm trying to run with this. But is is worth it or should I complain? I mean, I can waterproof the hell out of it. I do know how to do that. But will it hold up if I do, or is this just awful stuff?

    • I think I know the stuff you're talking about... kind of an off-white to yellow board, with a printed metal foil on one face?

      That's insulated sheathing board, usually used to cover a building's framing st … out, it's probably pretty weather resistant, though.

      It isn't compressed fiberglass. It's an air-foamed plastic, like styrofoam. I don't think the guys at Home Depot were trying to pull a fast one on you.

  • Avatar hancockranch Rigid foam, house wrap, both?
    Mar 24, 2008 by hancockranch | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    Replacing the siding of a house with very poor insualtion, should I just wrap the house or use rigid foam, or both, or neither under the new siding.

    • Any contractor that puts up insulation and siding can help you with your delima.
      I am getting insulated siding installed on mine. Getting it wrapped is not such a great idea in different climates. Your home needs …xpand and contract. Sometimes in wrapping it only holds in moisture, bacterias and it is not as healthy.

      You might consider getting insulation blown in from the outside walls then plug them off. Good luck!