James Hardie Siding Installers

Looking for a way to maximize the return on your investment while also protecting not only the value of your home, but most importantly those who live in it? James Hardie fiber cement siding can accomplish all of that and more!

James Hardie siding has been recognized by Remodeling Magazine as a #1 return on investment for eight years in a row. Not only does James Hardie siding provide an excellent return on investment, but more importantly this highly proven system is resistant to significant weather like intense winds, rain, severe temperatures and more. James Hardie fiber cement siding provides an additional layer of protection against fire damage as well. Simply put, it protects what matters to you most!

G Fedale Roofing and Siding is proudly recognized as a preferred remodeler of James Hardie siding. Our specialized employees are fully trained and equipped to provide the best possible installation of this excellent product. Not only does G Fedale Roofing and Siding demonstrate preferred installer status, but we warranty our labor and installation as a well established contractor with a proven track record.

Source: www.gfedaleroof.com

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Prices can vary depending on circumstances

1) install 2 ext doors - Are you replacing existing doors or cutting in new door openings as well ? Prehung or not ? Type of siding , brick , stucco , wood , etc . It all affects pricing . If you are replacing existing doors with prehung doors $300-$400 per door
2)install 2 locksets-included with installation of doors
3)install 2 storm doors -$100-$150 per door
4)install 2 exterior lights- Again depends if you are replacing existing lights or installing lights, switches in new locations . If you are just replacing existing lights $50-$75 per light

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.

Malco Malco FCG2 1-1/4 Inch Overlap 5/16-Inch Thickness Fiber Cement Siding Gauge, 2-Pack
Home Improvement (Malco)
  • Allows 1-person installation of siding planks
  • Two gauges support the entire length of plank and precisely gauge a standard 1-1/4-Inch overlap - even on a bowed wall
  • No adjustments to vary and nothing to mark
  • Works on old or new 5/16-Inch fiber cement siding plank
  • Will not mar finish of pre-painted siding
  • Made in the USA
SoloSider LLC SoloSider Siding Tools For 5/16 Fiber Cement Siding And 3/8 LP Smartside, Fully Adjustable Siding Gauges
Home Improvement (SoloSider LLC)
  • For help on this tool please call 541-247-8306 or visit solosider at youtube to see the video.
  • Adjust siding up or down in 1/16 increments while on the SoloSiders
  • Easily dial out any accumulated error caused by off size boards
  • Unlike our competition, these tools will not break when dropped from any height.
  • Will do a reveal as small as 3-1/2 inches using the correct size plank.

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  • Avatar Jonathan W How to install wood stove?
    Apr 16, 2013 by Jonathan W | Posted in Do It Yourself (DIY)

    I have a small new wood stove, and I would like to install it in my basement. I already have a chimney with a flue that has been inspected. I need to learn how to set it up and protect the walls near it, etc. Not having much luck with online resources. The setup will be an "L" shaped exhaust from the top of the stove into a hole in the side of the chimney. Any forums or other resources that are handy?

    • Go to the local wood stove retailer and purchase a maintenance and Installation manual for your stove. Also read the local fire codes and the inspection paperwork from the AHJ. Much of what you want to learn is in these sources.