A0  Reference Letter

A1  Before Hardi installation

A10  Water damaged band board

A100  Caulk joint where plank butts flashing

A101  Hadie plank is installed at rake

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A102  Hardie panel rake covers butt joints

A103  Making GE rakes waterproof

A104 Provides water proof joint at rakes

A105  Tyvek  - rake board flahing

A106  Tyvek - rake board flashing

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A107  Flashing where roof abuts wall

A108  Finished units

A109  99 units completed at this project site

A11  No flashing where roof abuts wall

A110  Four colors chosen for the neighborhood

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A111  The HOA chose the colors

A112  The units were repaired correctly

A113  Copper window - door flashings

A114  Copper flashings will never rust

A115  Hardie products never rot

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A116  Hardie siding has a 50 year warranty

A117  Buildings require minimal maintenance

A118  Used high quality urethane caulk

A119  Urethane caulking at windows - doors

A12  No continuous vapor barrrier

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A120  California style privacy fences

A121 Callifornia fences were rebuilt

A122  This project was completed on time

A123  18 months to complete all 99 units

A124   Completed over 5 units per month

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A125  Time was of the essence

A126  We worked thru hurricane season

A127  Others would not touch this job

A128  One suggested all 99 units be razed

A129  We committed to do the work

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A13  Nails splitting dried out band board

A130  Buildings are  stronger than ever

A131  All  pleased with finished product

A14  This was the case on all 99 units

A15  Next 5 pics show vinyl being removed

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A16  No continuous vapor barrier

A17  Rusted galvznized metal flashings

A18  No flashing where roof lines abut walls

A19  Improperly caulked - or not caulked at all

A2  Vinyl looks great at first glance

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A20  Lack of maintenance

A21   Vinyl is off

A22  Rotted truss - top wall plate

A23  Outside corner - sheathing damage

A24  Rotted front porch beam

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A25  No flashing where roof abuts wall

A26  Gable end truss - top wall plate rotted

A27  Gable end truss damage

A28  Non continuous vapor barrier

A29  This damage at windows was typical

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A3  Improper flashings are a problem

A30  Damaged beams - band boards

A31  Repairs to gable truss - top wall plate

A32  Engineered by Tim Marshall  AT Designs

A33  A time consuming repair

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A34  Next 5 pics show details of the repair

A35  Engineered repair picture 1

A36  Engineered repair picture 2

A37  Engineered repair picture 3

A38  Engineered repair picture  4

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A4   Jay-channel sits on top of horizontal trim

A40  Primed steel column to support new beam

A41  New beam - column being installed

A42  New column - thru bolts installed

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A43  Thru bolts counter sunk in beam

A44  New steel reinforced footing

A45  Formed - ready for concrete

A46  Concrete placed in footing

A47  Point of water entry in bathroom

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A48   Bath tub - walls had to be removed

A49  This beam rotted on outside

A5  Vapor barrier not continuous

A50  Replaced with treated beam

A51  Bracket field welded to top of post

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A52  Porch beam installed

A53  Damage behind electric meters

A54  Studs - treated plywood installed

A55  New patio beam installed

A56  Three inch lag screws installed

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A57  Corner bracket ready for lag scres

A58  Beam finished - painted

A59  New framing being installed

A6  Water gets behind trim - rots the siding

A60  Outside corner and wall studs replaced

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A61  Termite damage found

A62  Inside corner - beams damaged

A63  SG doors removed to replace headers

A64  Studs, headers - SG Doors installed

A65  Storage shed rebuilt

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A66  Front porch beam replaced

A67  Studs around window replaced

A68  Water damage at window

A69  Another patio beam replaced

A7 Galvanized flashings rotted or missing

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A70  Front porch beam and post replaced

A71  Closing in of porch was not to code

A72  Looks ok from the inside

A73  Behind the vinyl on the outside

A74  Extensive damage to the siding

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A75  Mildew visible here

A76  Surprisingly framing damage was minimal

A77  Morre water damage

A78  Water damage around windows

A79  Damaged studs - top wall plate - beam

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A8  No flashing at horizontal locations

A80  New studs - top wall plate installed

A81  Drywall screwed to studs - top plate

A82  Walls finished prior to painting

A83  Inside repairs after stud replacement

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A84  Wood repairs done  - A

A85  Flashing where roof abuts wall

A86  Wood repairs done

A87  All seams caulked to dry in

A88  Wood repairs done

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A89  Loading dump for     trip to landfill

A9  No maintenance hastens damage

A90  Wall flashing installed at roof line

A91  Sun reflecting off aluma-pole

A92  Ready for Tyvek - trim installation

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A93  Staging for Hardie - Tyvek Installation

A94  A continuous barrier

A95  Tyvek +- trim installed

A96  Ready for copper flashing

A97  Flashing on gable rake boards

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A98  Flashiing  bent to come down wall 1 inch

A99  Hardie plank covers the 1 inch of flashing

B1  Reference Letter From HOA

B10  Existing flashing exposed

B11  Galvanized flashing eventually rusts

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B12  Sand - paint them with metal primer

B13  Flashing detail where required

B14  Treated plywood at rake

B15  Rusted flashings everywhere

B16  Repaired flashing

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B17  Wood repairs completed

B18  Set up to side back of unit

B19  Ready to install trim on back wall of unit

B2  The lake at Maplecrest

B20  Front of unit being worked on

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B21  Finished Hardie     panel back of unit

B22  Finished Hardie panel front of unit

B23  Hardie finished - looking good

B24  Gable end repairs - flashing is tedious

B25  Repairs to left gable wall - rake only

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B26  Short - rusted flashing

B27  New wall cap installed

B28  Ready for new one piece flashing

B29  Custom bent flashing is required

B3  Improper flashings cause  damage

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B30  Our 1 pce custom flashing

B31  One piece flashing over wall cap

B32  Ready for Hardie panell installation

B33  Hardie panel installed

B34  Another shot left gable wall - rake

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B35  Hardie panel first floor only

B36  Install Hardie panel on dormer only

B37  Capped edge plywood

B38  Dormer has Tyvek - Hardie panel installed

B39  Note new fascia board at rake

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B4  Damaged flashing short of corner

B40  New rake fascia is Hardie plank

B41  T1-11 replaced at first floor elevation

B42  Used stainless steel nails where required

B43  Stainless steel nails - 3 coats of paint

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B44  Remove old T1-11 - install new, first floor

B45  Priming T1-11 for installation

B46  New T1-11 primed both sides

B47  Replaced missing insulation

B48  New vapor barrier behind the T1-11

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B49  New hose bib to be installed

B5 Lucky it never leaked over 18 years

B50  New clips - anchors thru bottom plate

B51 Ready to install Hardie panel

B52  Hardie panel - Two coats of finish paint

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B53  Hardie panel - Two coats of finish paint

B54  Two coats of finish paint over primer

B55  T1-11   Two coats of finish paint

B56 T1-11 - 2 coats of finish paint

B57  New T1-11 + wall flashing

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B58  T1-11 left garage -second storyrake

B6  Generous amount urethane caulk

B7  It'll keep the bugs        lizards out

B8  Improper wall flashing caused this damage

B9  We replace  deficient flashing

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C1  Reference Letter - 1990

C10  Decorative cedar scalloped  siding

C11  Back View - House Of Skylights

C12  Horizontal cedar lap siding

C13   Pressure treated wood deck

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C14   Pressure treated wood deck

C15   Pressure treated wood deck

C2   Reference Letter Continued

C3   Forms for footings

C4   Forms set for concrete footings

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C5   Concrete being placed in forms

C6  Forms removed to expose footings

C7  Cedar lap siding being installed

C8  Gable end is almost finished

C9  House Of Skylights

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D1  Before - T1-11    soffits - fascia

D2  New vinyl siding installed

D3  Pink vinyl - double 5  - Dutch lap

D4  Note detail work at service locations

E1  Before - furred out walls for vinyl

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E2  After 15 years looks like new

F1  Maintenance is required on all homes

F2  Siding and trim rotted    at window

F3  Finished repair

G1  Reference Letter

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G2  Before

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H1  Before Picture

H2  Vinyl accent panels on gable ends

H3  Vapor barrier installed behind vinyl

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H4  Bay window with scalloped vinyl above

H5  Bay window with vinyl accent  below

H6  Double 5 inch vinyl siding

I1  Vinyl siding - soffits     - fascia

I2  Vinyl installation - back of house

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I4  Vinyl installation

J1  Befor pic - we were doing the roof first

J10  Spiral staircase installed by Jadway

J11  Back of house

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J12  Loxahatchee River from back yard

J13  Left side of house

J14  Stairs to 2nd story deck -  by Jadway

J15  Side of house from front yard

J16  Front corner of house

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J17  Rock garden with fountain - by owner

J18  Front entrance

J2  Before vinyl left      side of house

J3  After new vinyl siding and roof

J4  Vinyl siding on right side of house

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J5  Alum fascia - beams - vinyl soffits - siding

J6  Vinyl casement trim   at windows - doors

J7  Vinyl  on forty five degree angle

J8  Sidewalk to back yard - Loxahatchee River

J9  Second story deck behind vinyl railing

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K1  Before vinyl - Front       of House

K2  After vinyl - Front of house

K3  After vinyl - Front of house

K4  Before vinyl - Back     - Side of house

K5  After vinyl - Back of house

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L1   Reference Letter - 1990

L2  Vinyl panels installed over insulation board

L3  Wood dentil moldings on this house stay

L4  Front View

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L5   Back View

L6  Side View

L7  Window Details

M1  Siding replaced with pt plywood

M10  Five walls finished with vinyl siding

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M11  Low maintenace exterior

M12  With a lifetime warranty

M2  Rusted straps primed - painted

M3  Wood repairs prior to vinyl insytallation

M4  Trim repairs prior to vinyl installation

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M5  Dry in for vinyl siding installation

M6  Vnyl siding installed on back of house

M7  Trim wrapped with aluminum

M8  Fixture mounts and  shutter tracks

M9  Double five inch Dutch lap vinyl siding

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Siding – The most popular types of exterior veneers are stucco, cement board siding, and vinyl siding. When installed properly, they will add decades of beauty to your home. Jadway Construction can provide for all of these services. Some cement board manufacturers provide a written 30-year non prorated, transferable, limited warranty. Other vinyl siding manufacturers provide a limited lifetime warranty on labor and material. The labor warranty applies only to providing labor to remove and replace any materials found to be defective. See all manufacturers’ warranties for specific coverage. Call Jim today, for a free consultation. 561-743-6709
 

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