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Baseview CottageTraditional Exterior, Detroit

Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless multicolored two-story mixed siding exterior home remodel in Detroit with a shingle roof —  Houzz
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Joyce McClain wrote:Feb 22, 2017
  • j_eidt
    Could you kindly share which high grade vinyl siding please?
  • Lucy Gibson

    Joyce, great question about what colors are on the exterior finish of this home. I love the red and gray siding with the white trim. My current house has some dirty stucco on it. I'd love to replace it with a nice lap siding. The shake siding on the dormers also looks amazing. I want to do something similar. Great job on this! http://www.psames.com/en/home_improvement__remodeling/ 

paminag wrote:Sep 26, 2013
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    Forward Design Build Remodel
    Thank you so much for inquiring about our project! This is a new build, however there was an existing cottage that was completely demolished, and some of it was salvaged to complete the project. You can see more on our blog http://forwardbaseline.blogspot.com please do not hesitate to contact me at Forward Design Build by emailing andrea@planforward.net Thank you again!
  • heathermcdowell
    Absolutely beautiful and inspired our home in Seattle. Can I ask what color grey, red and white you used? Thanks!

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Ventana Construction LLC added this to 10 Questions to Ask Potential ContractorsSep 9, 2013

6. Deal-breaker questions: Will you let me do part of the work? Can you leave the bath unfinished? Will you let me supply all of the materials? If you want any of these or other things that don’t leave the contractor in control of the materials and able to complete the project in its entirety, make sure you discuss it up front. Many contractors will take on projects only for which they do all the work from start to finish, but some are more flexible. Go down this path very carefully so you are clear about what the contractor is and is not finishing. 7. What do you subcontract? Things vary by state, but usually a licensed subcontractor does work that is limited to one or two trades, while general contractors can have their own staffs and subcontract out to other companies for some work. Knowing what work the contractor will do with his or her own forces and with subcontractors will give you a sense of how the contractor runs the business and the skills the employees will bring to your project. Check with your state licensing board for specifics about contractor licenses in your area.

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