The key to durable and attractive walls is understanding and properly implementing key details. Let us show you why we are uniquely qualified to do this.
Five Star Contractors are proud to be both James Hardie "preferred contractors" and "building-envelope remediation specialists". We understand the building-science principles and related details necessary to construct durable walls. Surface details are critical but perhaps more critical are the details related to the concealed (or secondary barrier). These details are usually hidden from view. Many of the key details relate to proper installation and integration of windows, doors, and other penetrations in the wall both at the surface and at the concealed barrier. Our attention to functional details also allows us to be attentive to the details which relate to aesthetic beauty of walls of James Hardie Siding and other claddings which can be attractively integrated with James Hardie Siding. As important as understanding the details, is being able to implement those details in the field. Our ability to accomplish this relates to the fact that Five Star Contractors' workers are trained dedicated specialists in their employ not sub-contractors engaged as needed by what are essentially sales organizations. Much of our work relates to remediation of moisture damaged walls particularly stucco walls. We typically recommend James Hardie Siding in lieu of stucco because of its durability,beauty, and stellar reputation. Our understanding of the needed details is derived from our attention to James Hardie recommendations, continual research, and study of building-science as it relates to constructing durable walls; particularly walls that can resist the affects of moisture. Whether you have the misfortune of dealing with poorly constructed, failing walls or are looking to beautify your home with the rich look of James Hardie Siding, Five Star Contractors is your best choice for a contractor. We would welcome the opportunity to share with you the key details and show you how they should be implemented.