This home had a very unique siding pattern when we started, and the homeowners wanted to maintain some of that character.
The homeowners knew there were going to be some problem areas before we started, having ignored some maintenance issues, and having some water in their home after rain. During tear off, we found some rot under the siding, and also around some windows.
Repairs were made to the structure, and windows were rebuilt using a coal fly ash product so rot would not be a problem they would have to face in the future.
Then new James Hardie siding was applied to the home, combining lap and panel siding. Wooden gutters were replaced with aluminum to help further water-proof the structure.