Tim’s home was only four years old when he noticed deterioration on the exterior of his home. The wood was clearly rotting on the cornice work of his house. The soffit and fascia portions of his trim work had suffered the most damage from rot.
The house had two dormers on the roof which were also suffering from the elements. The masonite siding which clad the dormers and the gables had begun to decline as well. Quinta Contractors, LLC presented Tim with a great solution: Premium Vinyl Siding.
Tim's Vinyl Siding 2 (showing insulation)
Vinyl siding can be applied over the existing siding which makes it a quick fix for those homes which struggle to endure the elements due to inferior cladding products installed at original construction. Quinta supplied and installed a vinyl siding “cover all” which included covering the fascia, soffits, brick freeze boards, porch ceilings, all window and door surrounds, and the walls surfaces at the gables and dormers. The majority of this home was brick and the addition of the vinyl siding made the home’s exterior maintenence-free.
Tim's Fascia, Soffit, and Freeze in New Vinyl Siding
Tim's Front Porch Ceiling
Quinta Contractors, LLC uses materials backed by limited lifetime warranties whenever possible, and this case was no exception. Insulation was applied to the walls prior to the vinyl siding in order to seal the home as much as possible. Tim gained the added benefit of the crisp clean look of the vinyl without any of the furture costs of repairs and painting.
Once again, thanks be to the home show. That is exactly where we met Paul and Linda. Paul approached me with plans in hand. As I recall, he had attended the show just for the cause of finding a contractor to construct a room for the pool he had purchased.
Finishing the Pool Deck
Saying that it was simply a pool would be putting it mildly. The pool which arrived in crates (very large crates) at his home, was approximately 8′ x 15′ once constructed and was 5′ deep at its deepest point. The pool included a motor which generates waves to simulate lap swimming. A heater was ordered for the unit as well so it could also double as a hot tub.
Pool Room at Night 2
Paul’s desire was to construct an L-shaped room to house his new pool. Quinta Contractors, LLC was more than willing to tackle such a project. Blueprints were finalized and construction began. The room other than housing the pool, was designed with a small sitting area perpendicular to the placement of the pool.
The carpenters at Quinta installed wood lap siding for the interior wall coverings. The pool was skirted with wood. A deck was constructed on all four sides and topped with a blue-green mosaic tile. Additional concrete was poured at the room’s exterior to provide a washed gravel patio slab.
Pool Room at Night
Premium vinyl windows were selected to line both the wall along side the pool and the front which was vaulted, creating one amazing view. The operable windows were side sliding and the remaining windows including the trapezoids were all fixed windows. An additional HVAC unit provided the heating and cooling to keep the room comfortable year round. The insulated windows were selected to make the climate control process even easier. Humidity would be an obvious concern from the heated pool so an evacuation fan was installed with enough CFMs (cubic feet per minute) to quickly exhaust the humidity as needed to keep the room comfortable.