This building that we sided is a corner commercial building on a main street in Dix Hills. We installed Canyon Drift vinyl shake shingles around the whole upper half of the building. Vinyl shake siding is a great way to finish a commercial building, while providing a professional look and protection from environmental elements.
This home is in an area of Lindenhurst that was affected by Hurricane Sandy. It was elevated and required a lot of renovation to return it to its pristine self. The whole roof was ripped and replaced with Weathered Wood GAF Architectural Shingles. Following that phase, we replaced all of the windows on the home with Alpha Vinyl Replacement windows. A lot of the windows were mulled double-hungs and mulled casements. That means several of the windows shared the same mainframe in order to provide greater strength and stability. Finally, we replaced the old siding with Canyon Drift Shake Shingles in the front and Canyon Drift Dutch Lap siding on the sides and rear. Everything was accented with white trim.
Canyon Drift Shakes look great on a home, but they look even better depending on the lighting. This color siding contrasts really well on cloudy days and sunny days. When accented with Versetta Stone’s Plum Creek Ledgestone, it really brings a golden shine to the vinyl shakes. This homeowner in Wantagh balanced the two products really well and accented the final part with black raised-panel shutters. Mixed in with great landscaping and clear skies, this home stands out well in the neighborhood.