Badgerland Exteriors Case Studies: Full Exterior Makeover in Madison, WI
This home on the Northside of Madison experienced hail damage on it's roof and siding, and the new homeowners were looking for update the look of the home when selecting new materials. The Badgerland Exteriors team not only provided help with the insurance claim, they were able to install the roof, siding, windows, doors, deck and gutters.
The Badgerland Exteriors team worked with the insurance company to file a claim for visible hail damage on the siding and roof of this home. Once coverage was approved, the team tore off all old materials and installed new, low maintenance materials that gave the home a modern - and totally different! - look. The homeowner liked the look of darker exterior colors and wanted to lighten the look of the home without adding white accents. The cedar trim, red front door, and wood grain garage doors were a great solution and have gotten quite a few compliments!
Roofing Materials:: CertainTeed Landmark in Driftwood
Siding Materials:: Mastic Carvedwood (Solar Defense) in Deep Cavern
Windows:: Integrity by Marvin with cedar trim
Front Door:: Therma-Tru Smooth-Star Collection
Garage Door:: Clopay Modern Steel Collection
Deck Boards:: Trex Transcent in Spiced Rum
After Photo: This house has a new, modern look!
Before Photo: This hail damaged, outdated home was ready for a change.
After Photo: The back of the house displays the new deck, siding, and windows. The exposed portion of the basement was painted with a custom color to match the siding.
Progress Photo: The existing siding is removed, and the new windows have been installed.
Progress Photo: An egress window was installed in the basement to create an additional bedroom.
Before Photo: The deck/sun room area was about to get a big remodel. The door leading to the garage was replaced, and the homeowners decided to fill in the window in the garage.
Progress Photo: Deck demolition is taking place. New windows have been installed on the back of the house, and the siding removal is in progress.
Progress Photo: Windows were replaced in the sunroom to create a more energy efficient space that can be used throughout the year.
Progress Photo: The team is installing a new, more spacious deck. A door was added to the sun room to allow access to the deck which was not part of the previous design.
Progress Photo: The new deck is installed.
After Photo: The new deck was completed with low-maintenance Trex composite boards.
Progress Photo: The front window was replaced with larger, casement windows. New windows are more energy efficient, and the homeowner enjoyed the casement style window compared to a double-hung version.