Wow. Wow. Wow!!! Basically the Wise’s let me just run wild with this one and do what I wanted to their home… I had so much fun with this project and they now have a TOTALLY transformed home that is absolutely adorable 🙂
Here is the scope of work that we performed on this home:
- New James Hardie Siding installation and shingles in the front gable
- New Soffit and Facia in the James Hardie Siding material
- Kept the framing of the front porch but totally transformed and beefed up the look of this to a classy stained farmhouse look with a natural cedar stain
- Added Pine Car Siding to the ceiling of the front porch and stained it to blend to the new front door
- Installed all new windows on the home
- Installed new front and back fiberglass doors and stained them
- Rewired the electric in the front of the house to install a switched plug and install custom durable string lights around the front porch
- Installed new light fixtures on the home
- Installed the front porch swing after all was finished
We also had to fabricate some new roof metal for the front gable because it was missing after replacing the facia.
The Wise family was extremely “Wise” to choose Tulsa Renew haha
Please call us anytime and I would love to meet you at your house for a design consult!
Owner, Tulsa Renew
Jeremy and his wife called me after us doing one of his employees’ homes and another acquaintance from church. This is over in the 91st and Yale area and was obviously just dated from the 1990s.
A couple things that you will notice on the front of the home. When you see the before shots there is a window above the garage door area that had a round top. We removed that window and frame for a typical twin single hung window unit with energy-efficient glass in the upstairs bedroom and then corrected the sheetrock including the texture and then painted the interior of that room as well.
On the front porch, we installed new cedar posts and got rid of the curves in the beam. You could also notice that all of the shutters are brand new cedar to match the posts. For the two front cables on the house, we installed James Hardie fiber cement shingles which give it a really nice look. We also warmed up the color from the old yellow to a nice gray. This gray is called grizzle gray from Sherwin-Williams and it looks amazing! On the front porch, we did a car siding ceiling. They stained the blend with cedar because this house sits on a hill and I want people to see the front porch to make it look very inviting.
Please call us anytime at 918-960-1639 for a free design consultation!
On Terri’s project we had vinyl siding to completely remove, trash the old gutters and get ready for a complete new exterior! We had a great time remodeling this house and now this Tulsa home has beautiful character with a long lasting dark, rich color. The cedar accents were something we needed to do to set things off as well as staining the steel garage door to have it blend with the cedar accents. We also completely removed and reinstalled the front porch patio as well as the walkways and the driveway.
We had such a great time working on this project and would love to work for you! Please call us anytime at 918-960-1639 for a free design consultation!
Wow! What a transformation! This classic Tulsa siding project didn’t come without its challenges but we are so happy with the outcome. Mike and Vikkie called my office to set up an appointment, we met and had the best time designing this timeless look for there Tulsa Woodward park home.
The previous homeowner had installed Vinyl siding and it wasn’t holding up well to the harsh Oklahoma weather, Mike even had a spot on the back wall where his grill was that was curled up from the heat of a BBQ grill getting to close to the vinyl siding. On the west wall of this home below the flat roof balcony area, was the biggest problem. Because of water getting behind the vinyl siding, the framing of that wall was rotten out so badly that you could literally scope them out with your hand, a window even fell out and we had to reinstall it after making the framing repairs to the opening.
The sheetrock on the interior had to be repaired from all of the unseen damage so we took care of that as well. The James Hardie siding on this home is a classic 8 1/4” grained lap siding called “cedar mill”. This siding has a nice grained finish to it but looks classy and not too rustic. The paint color I choose for them is Sherwin Williams Alabaster White and the shutter/front door color is Sherwin Williams Seal Skin. We also repositioned the back patio lights as well the front porch lights from the sides of the porch to either side of the front door.
Thank you Mike and Vikkie for letting us work for you and I hope you enjoy your home for years to come!
Sincerely, Steven Jones, Owner Tulsa Renew. Give us a call at 918-960-1639.
Sometimes Tulsa homes that were built in the 80s and 90s just need a facelift to bring them in to the 21st-century! On this project we custom built new shutters and replaced the siding with James Hardie fiber cement siding product that is great for the Tulsa weather. Another thing you can notice in the video is how we went from a more traditional “colonial“ look on the front porch with the round columns and the arched beams to a completely new look of 8 x 8 cedar posts as well as New stained pane car siding ceilings on the front porch.
This was such a fun project and we look forward to potentially working for you! Give me a call anytime and I will personally come out to help you with the design of your home! Sincerely, Steven Jones, Owner Tulsa Renew. Give us a call at 918-960-1639.
Mitch & Krysta we’re actually previous clients of ours on their siding work for the home and when they saw a Facebook video of one of our patio projects they called right away and we got to work building this lovely patio that blends in with their home and creates a great place to hang out on their back patio. We would love to talk to you about your patio project or outdoor living space so please reach out to us anytime by filling out a contact form or calling 918-960-1639.
Chuck Misener called Tulsa Renew and was really excited about renovating his 1920s historic home in Broken Arrow Oklahoma. We replaced all of the siding with James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding that was similar to the original look at the home in the 1920s. There were some challenging but fun areas on this home such as the soffit and facia that were original that we decided to keep and renovate with the home exterior project. We replaced most of the brackets on the homes that were holding up the soffit and repaired and painted the car siding soffit to keep with the original look of the home. It really turned out great and I hope you enjoy the video of the before and after!
We cut our teeth working on historic properties in Tulsa and really have a passion for restoring these old homes that have such great aesthetic aspects! Please give us a call anytime and Stephen our owner will come out and do a design consultation with you on a time that works for your schedule!
Such a fun project! The Dotsons called and said “make my house look awesome Steven“ so I got to work with a new color palette, new cedar accents on the front such as the front porch post, new shutters and then we painted the front door tricorn black to let the cedar accents really pop. We also installed new gutters and painted the side stairs that they had going up to the second floor as well as installing one new window. Love these projects!
On this project we removed all of the existing siding and placed it in a dumpster on site because we are obsessed with keeping things clean during the project and organized. We then Installed new custom flashing and Tyvek moisture barrier to all the sidewalls to receive the new James Hardie fiber cement siding that will make this Tulsa home come to life!
The goal of this project was to make this home is maintenance free as possible while keeping an immaculate curb appeal and a timeless look. We at Tulsa Renew siding company feel like this was achieved using the siding and the incorporated accents.
Mr. and Mrs. Tiller came to me with specifics regarding design on this Tulsa siding project. Because of the dimensional lumber that is used but in fiber cement products we were able to achieve it! With James Hardie fiber cement products in Tulsa Oklahoma we can actually mimic or replace exact replicas of different profiles and designs that could only be achieved previously by using wood products that would eventually need extra maintenance or completely replaced.
It’s so much fun turning a family loved home into a dream. We have the best time with these transformations in Tulsa which is why we are the highest ranked siding company in the Tulsa area and love to when our clients over with over communication and great customer service!
When the Kimball‘s came to me asking for an update on their home they had several problems. There was a window in the backyard that was leaking and had rotted out the substrate as well as some of the sheet rock on the interior of the home. We were able to fix all of this with this project. We removed all of the siding from the walls, installed new 7/16 OSB and then installed moisture barrier, hardy trim and James Hardie fiber cement siding in a grained lap.
This all came together beautifully and they are so happy with the final product which makes all of us at Tulsa Renew extremely happy for another job well done from the highest ranked in customer service siding company in Tulsa!
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