Check out this complete exterior upgrade in Redwood Falls, MN! Team Trinity replaced the aging materials with Owens Corning Duration in Sierra Gray and Mastic Carvedwood Vinyl in Linen. The house looks better than ever!
Hail damaged the gutters and many windows of this property. While the gutter replacement was an easy fix, with 5" seamless aluminum gutters in Sandstone and Gutter Dome guards to keep leaves and gunk out, the window replacement had some complications. The old windows were Vetter Architectural Windows with a stepped jamb interior. Today's windows are manufactured so the exterior frame size matches the measurement from outside of jamb to outside of jamb on the interior. So the homeowner had to decide to have Trinity build the window based on the outside frame measurement, or build to the stepped in jamb sizes because of the expensive window treatments which were custom fitted to the window. The final resolution was cedar picture framing to prevent gapping from the difference in the rough opening and the exterior jamb. Our crews did this for all the windows on the house, so the house would look congruent. The windows themselves were Marvin WIndows.
We think these before and after photos speak volumes of the enhanced curb appeal of this Eden Prairie home. The six new windows are Energy Star-rated, meaning they'll increase the energy efficiency of the home. They are custom-fitted to the home to prevent drafts, and they're backed by both manufacturer and workmanship warranties.
Hail storms did a real number on this Eden Prairie home. The homeowners were worried about how much stress and displacement they would have to deal with when having their siding and windows replaced. After an initial free inspection from Trinity Exteriors, the homeowners placed their trust in us to present their insurance company with our opinion on the amount of storm damage, with which the adjuster agreed, and we began our work. After tearing off the siding, which had several dents from hail, we put a new housewrap on the home, and installed Alside Charter Oak Dutchlap 4.5" in Tuscany for two of the home's walls. The Trinity field tech worked hard to match the vinyl siding color on the existing walls. Next, the North wall windows had to be removed and replaced. Since the windows were 18" from the floor, the window glass had to be tempered. The homeowners selected a sleek black aluminum clad exteriors and clear pine interior wooden windows, wtih champagne hardware. The windows also featured low E Argon glass, which helps increase the energy efficiency of the house, and protects the flooring and furniture from UV damage.
New windows were the answer for this Hopkins home's upgrade. Trinity Exteriors installed Energy Star-rated windows to reduce the cooling and heating bills, as well as upgrade the house's curb appeal. Window wraps in white protects the window frame from rain, and keeps the house looking modern.