Hanging siding

The framers moved outside the house to start hanging¬†the fiber cement siding from James Hardie — delivered 21 July, non-combustible, durable, smooth sided for the modern look we want.

It’s pre-primed a shade of yellow that is — ironically — a near-perfect match for the original exterior color painted on the original cedar siding that we removed after 50+ years of service.

Tasked by Mark and Ron from Ranserve, Jacquela and Jadin have a weekend job — picking out exterior paint colors for the house.

Above, Roberto, right, and Jonathan, left, work at the corner of the master bedroom. Below, Steven stepped through the windows off the master bedroom, onto the roof, to shoot this photo of the new siding, up close, nailed up across the front of the second floor.

View of the new Hardieboard siding from the corner of the master bedroom. Steven stepped out onto the roof to shoot this. Don't tell Jacquela.
View of the new Hardieboard siding from the corner of the master bedroom. Steven stepped out onto the roof to shoot this. Don’t tell Jacquela.

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