The Staffords’ home had badly damaged vinyl siding from wind and hail — a common problem for homes in the Tulsa area, where the weather can be harsh on a house’s exterior.
In addition, the Staffords had an added problem to address. Water was actually leaking behind the siding because of the damage. As a result, we needed to tackle this project quickly!
Fortunately, we have re-sided many historic homes in Tulsa and have worked closely and attentively with the Tulsa Historic Preservation Society for over a decade. This experience in addressing the unique needs of historic home exterior remodels made expediting the extensive approval process a breeze.
Working on old homes in the Tulsa area is a true pleasure. These projects are some of the most enjoyable, challenging and satisfying exterior remodels we do. These beautiful dwellings are so much fun to bring back to life, as we redesign the exteriors in ways that enhance their historic look with the best in new, long-lasting exterior products. Our James Hardie siding products match the warmth and charm of historic homes while adding the maintenance-free aspect that our homeowners love!
“We had vinyl siding on our home that had hail damage and some had even blown off in a wind storm several months ago so I did extensive online research for a Tulsa siding company to replace all of our siding. Tulsa Renew came up right away with outstanding reviews so I set up an appointment with them. Steven, the owner came out and gave me some great ideas! It was like he “just got me” and we signed up with him. Our home is a registered historic house in the Swan Lake district so we needed to go to the Preservation Committee for the City of Tulsa for approval. Steven handled all of these meetings for us as our representative and got us approved in no time. The only material that the Tulsa Preservation Society will let anyone use on historic homes are wood or the James Hardie siding product. We knew we didn’t want to go back with wood because of the obvious maintenance so went with the Hardie siding. Steven was able to match the way the house looked originally by using a smooth Hardie plank lap siding with the same width lap it had from the 20’s. He even had his guys install a whole new front door and custom shutters they made out of the Hardie trim. Looks amazing and we LOVE the simple, clean look. Hire these guys!!! They are AMAZING!!”
– Mrs. Stafford
Location: Tulsa, OK (74120)
Completion Date: November 2017
• James Hardie Fiber Cement Straight Edge Shingle
• James Hardie Fiber Cement Smooth 6 1/4” Plank
• James Hardie Fiber Cement Soffit
• James Hardie Fiber Cement 1×2, 1×4, 1×6 Trim
• Custom James Hardie Fiber Cement 1×6 Shutters
• Tyvec Moisture Barrier
• Custom Coated Flashing Fabricated Onsite(above windows, doors, on roof rakes and
• Seamless Crown Profile 5” Gutters
• ThermaTru Fiberglass Smooth Craftsman Style Door and Sidelights
• New Mailbox
• Sherwin-Williams 950a Sealant, Loxon Primer, and Super Paint