Alpha Siding & Windows renovated this Hicksville home with new windows and siding. The color of the new siding is Vintage Wicker, and the dutch lap style was installed around the whole house. The new siding properly complemented the existing stone facade to complete a new siding look for this house in Hicksville.
Alpha Siding Company renovated this Hicksville home with a brand new facade. The style of the new siding is hand split shake shingles, and the color is Antique Parchment. The red shutters were added to the windows to contrast the color scheme, and complete the new siding look for this house in Hicksville.
Alpha Siding Contractor in Hicksville remodeled the whole exterior of this home with all new siding and stone. The bottom portion of this Hicksville home was finished with Sterling Ledgestone. Then Storm-colored clapboard siding was put up around the rest of the house to accent the Sterling color of the stone. All trim and accents were finally finished in white to complete the everlasting look for this home.
As a company specializing in siding, we remodel several homes in Hicksville every year. Here we installed shake shingles on the front of this home in a Colonial Ivory color. The Colonial Ivory is a bit darker than the Adobe Cream color, but offers the perfect balance between yellow and beige. When complemented with Merlot colored shutters, the house stands out great.
Here we replaced the siding and windows on this home in Hicksville. The windows were replaced with double hung windows, and the siding was replaced with Tuscan Clay Hand Split Shakes. New gutters and leaders were installed, as well as Merlot colored shutters.
This high ranch in Hicksville underwent a complete renovation to the entire home. First we replaced all of the windows with mulled casement, double hungs, and sliders. Then we sided the home with Walnut colored vinyl shake shingles and dutch lap siding. All of the trim was done in white aluminum, with white mantels and white columns. New electric garage doors were installed as well.