Stone Veneer – The Ultimate Bay Window Cladding Material

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Stone Veneer – The Ultimate Bay Window Cladding Material

Post  tailocdacnien on Thu Dec 16, 2010 9:34 pm


Weather Threats and Lacklustre Solutions

Every homebuyer or homeowner knows the importance windows offer to both the style and architecture of a house. These transparent viewpoints connect you to the outside world and conversely offer the public a taste of what makes you and your property distinct. However, while the shapes of windows differ (box, bay, bow, dormer) from place to place and are installed according to preference, one thing remains the same; their maintenance. In fact, it’s weather which makes the maintenance of windows necessary because most if not all are built of plywood. The weathering of plywood compels a homeowner to paint over them every 3 to 4 years and perhaps replace them entirely as they are prone to rotting, decaying, or leakage. To counter these drawbacks, builders have lately turned to vinyl siding, drawn by its cheaper cost, lighter weight, and easy installation. But these advantages are not enough to overcome a major drawback: the tendency to use the siding in unimaginative, even boring designs. The popularity of brick and the convenience of vinyl siding has inhibited creativity and led to a rash of new subdivisions filled with repetitive designs that look as if they all came off the same assembly line. Limiting themselves to these conventional materials means many builders miss opportunities to attract new and design-conscious buyers.

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