Old & Rotten Cedar Siding
Unappealing Curb Appeal
Siding Removal & Installation
Home's Original Materials
- Cedar Siding (Natural Wood)
- Cedar Soffit & Fascia
New Products Used
- James Hardie Siding – HardiePlank: 7″ Exposure – Texture: Cedarmill – Color: Heathered Moss
- James Hardie Siding – HardiePlank: 7″ Exposure – Texture: Cedarmill – Color: Mountain Sage
- James Hardie Siding – HardiePlank: 7″ Exposure – Texture: Cedarmill – Color: Pearl Gray
- James Hardie Trim – Texture: Smooth – Color: Sail Cloth
- CompositWood Windows by Interstate – 9800 Series Composite Windows – Double Hung – Color: White
- Fypon PVC Attic Vents: WhiteT1–11 Wood Siding – Premium Grade Kiln Dried Wood
Before & After click & drag
Hatch Homes partnered with this customer to transform the exterior of his home on a beautiful wooded lot in Hillsborough, North Carolina. When the homeowner first contacted our team, he was unsure of the exact siding type or siding color that he wanted to have installed, but his overall goal was to create an exterior that complemented the beautiful terrain that surrounds his property. To assist in the development of the customer’s design choices, Hatch developed a handful of home visualizers (like we do for the majority of our customers). Together, we evaluated all options and decided on a truly unique and creative design.
HardiePlank’s Heathered Moss Color Plus Siding was used on the majority of the wall space. This color was selected because the property owner wanted to use colors that were naturally found in the environment while offering the right amount of contrast to the home’s surroundings. Think of Frank Lloyd Wright’s principals of “bringing nature into the home.” To make the house unique, our crew also added a touch of modern design by creating two multi-toned walls. Using a Houzz photograph provided by the homeowner as inspiration, our team installed a combination of James Hardie’s Heathered Moss, Mountain Sage, and Pearl Gray. These accent pieces were created along the home’s entry wall and on the main deck’s chimney ‘pop-out.’
In addition to the siding replacement, Hatch Homes also replaced a window and the attic vents. Interstate’s CompositWood window line was used as the homeowner wanted a window that had the same dimensional stability of James Hardie Siding. Composite windows are much more energy efficient and durable than their vinyl counterparts.
The ‘finishing touch’ on the project was the installation of T1-11 siding on the treehouse located at the back of the home. The homeowner had been working as a weekend warrior to design, build and frame a treehouse for his kids to play in. To help expedite this passion project, Hatch Homes provided the siding & sheathing installation needed to bring the family one step closer to a finished project. This Hillsborough, NC residence went from generic to unique, and our team would like to thank the homeowner for parenting with Hatch Homes to make it happen!
More than just a contractor.
Hatch is your partner for exterior remodeling.