All posts dedicated to pictures of somerset wheat vinyl siding projects completed by Alpha Windows & Siding on Long Island, New York. Alpha Siding specializes in the installation of somerset wheat siding.
Alpha Windows & Siding replaced the windows and siding on this home in Massapequa Park. Several windows were replaced with awning windows, including a bay window by the front porch. Afterwards, the siding was replaced with Somerset Wheat shake shingles, and finished with white trim. All remaining accents were finished in white to complete this new look for this house in Massapequa Park.
Alpha Siding Contractor renovated this Massapequa home with new shake shingles on the front and dutch lap siding on the sides. The color of the siding is Somerset Wheat while all trim is white. This home in Massapequa will retain its beauty for several years to come.
Here we replaced the windows and siding on this home in Smithtown. All of the windows were replaced with casement windows and a bow window. Afterwards, Somerset Wheat Dutch Lap siding was installed around the whole house with all white trim. The door was replaced with a new entry door and sidelights, and a half moon window above.
As a company specializing in siding, we remodel several homes in Dix Hills every year. Here we installed somerset wheat shakes on the home with Merlot raised panel shutters. While all of the surrounding trim was finished in a Maple color. The Maple color complements the Somerset Wheat as they are both in the same color family. New matching gutters and leaders were installed as well to complete the siding remodel.
This home in Sayville underwent a complete renovation on its siding, windows, and roofing. The roof was replaced with Barkwood Architectural Fiberglass shingles. Then we replaced the windows on this home double hung replacement windows and picture windows. Finally, the whole home was sided with Somerset Wheat colored clapboard vinyl siding. All accents were finished in white and this home stands out well with its landscaping.
This home in Seaford had stucco on its front painted in a Maple color, so we installed Somerset Wheat colored vinyl shakes on the sides. The secondary color was similar to Maple, so all trim was finished in Maple.
This home in Centerport replaced everything on its exterior in order to protect it from weathering for many years to come. The roof was replaced with Williamsburg Slate lifetime architectural shingles. Then all of the windows were replaced with new construction Andersen windows in a forest green color. Finally, everything was sided and finished with Somerset Wheat Hand-Split Shakes.
We replaced the siding on this house in West Babylon with shake shingles on the front and dutch lap vinyl siding on the sides. The homeowner chose to side the house with the Somerset Wheat color and all trim was done in the same color, except for the exterior cornerposts. The j-channels and interior cornerposts were done in Somerset Wheat while the exterior posts, soffits, and capping were done in white.