Vail Colorado Siding Installation

Vail Colorado James Hardie Siding

Do you need siding for a Vail, Colorado Home or Business

Vail Colorado is a great candidate for James Hardie® Fiber Cement Siding installation. Because of Vail’s harsh winter weather, Fiber cement siding can last much longer and look much more attractive than all other siding choices. In many cases James Hardie® Siding can also be crafted to match the look and feel of real wood siding without the maintenance issues involved in real wood siding.

If you should choose the natural beauty of real wood however, we are expert installers of a broad number of cedar siding choices. We can match your cedar siding to the look and feel of your existing wood and will stain and seal the wood so that it will last as long as possible in the harsh Vail climate.

We generally do not recommend vinyl siding because of the Vail climate. Because of the harsh cold, vinyl may crack or even shatter.

Steel siding is another choice for the Vail, Colorado region, but the aesthetics of steel have generally limited its use in the Vail Valley.

Finally, stucco has made a comeback as a siding choice for Vail in the past 10 years. Whether it is James Hardie® VerticalPanel® stucco style siding, or authentic traditional stucco practices, this has demonstrated great versatility in covering your Vail home or business.

Source: www.coloradosiding.com

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House wrap first or window flashing?

Perhaps a newbie question...
After framing and sheathing a wood-framed house, is the house wrap (aka Tyvek, etc) installed first to the edge of wall openings, then window/door flashing lapped over that?
Or is window flashing (10" strips of that black stuff) installed first directly on wood studs/sheathing, then house wrap lapped over that?
Siding will be stucco.
What's your vote?

Ogdensburg home rehabilitation program gears up for phase two, on schedule  — WatertownDailyTimes.com
Some homes will receive extensive and visible rehabilitation, including the installation of vinyl siding, roofing and windows. Other homes won't have an obvious exterior update but will have new furnaces or flooring put in.

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