Exterior Progress Update

After 3 days on the job the crew has finished wrapping all of the wooden trim on our house and shed along with replacing any areas of rotted wood before wrapping it and putting up beaded concealed vent soffits under the eaves.
Most of the gutters and downspouts have been removed and we are awaiting for the next crew to come in and replace all of the old stuff with new.
After that we will get the front of the house painted and have the Generac whole house backup generator installed. 
The last major project that will be done is have a new TREX composite wood deck put in to replace our old wooden one. No more rotting wood, staining or any other issues the come from having a wood deck...basically maintenance free.
I will take and post some photos as these project get completed.

Slow Progress On Exterior Projects

Due to the weather, progress has been slow on the exterior projects. Starting tomorrow a small crew will start wrapping all wooden trim surfaces of the house, remove and replace all gutters and down spouts along with installation of beaded concealed vent soffit under the eaves.
It will most likely take most of this upcoming week to get this project finished.
Once this project is completed we can move on to painting the front of the house along with having that new whole house generator installed outside.
I have several jobs to do myself that are piling up do to all of the wet weather.

Exterior Projects continue

Yesterday we finally passed inspection after having a punctured gas line in the attic and having it spliced and the damaged section replaced. We have hot water and the other furnace running again.
The new roof has been completed and a new sky light installed.
Next will having all exterior wood trim and the soffit wrapped .
Our Home Owners Association has approved our choices of exterior paint colors and our request for the Generac whole house backup generator..Guardian Series 22Kw. Once we get the unit installed whenever the electricity goes out there will be a brief delay and then this unit will kick on. It runs on natural gas and will kick on automatically whether we are home or not. It is the largest residential size in the Guardian series and can run the whole house including our 2 zone HVAC system.
We also have the actual exterior painting to get done now that the colors have been approved.
This next group of projects will take a couple of months to complete but we are getting there.
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