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When updating the home exterior, you typically start with replacing siding or windows. Yet, even these projects will only look as their finishing touches – which help to complete the look. For instance, trim materials are designed to be used around windows, doors, eaves and gables, and for application on your home’s corners and porch columns. Many installers opt for basic corner posts, J-channels and finishing accessories, which are functional, but can also detract from the home’s style. Going beyond the basics is very affordable and can make a big difference in your investment.
Enhance your Home with Vinyl Fence & Rail
When looking to upgrade your outdoor space, you might forget to consider fence and railing. Whether privacy or picket, extremely detailed or clean and simple, there’s a fence and railing style that will help set the tone for your outdoor living space, front yard, stairs, deck or porch. Set your outdoor living tone now.
Spruce up your outdoor space to use for entertaining or for a little relaxation. Start creating your very own oasis.
Trim work matters: What you need to know
Any trim can be used to finish your siding. But that doesn’t mean it’s a one-size-fits-all decision. The look you hope to achieve can be thoroughly limited by choosing trim that isn’t equal to the size or design of your home. Have conversations with your installer or remodeler up front so you know you’re getting the right trim for your unique job. When it comes to an exterior remodel, the difference really does lie in the details. Check out these details.