SIDING & TRIM

Campus East and Wesleyan Pines Homes were built using a variety of materials, such as Wood, Brick, Vinyl and Cedar Siding. Over time some homeowners have chosen to change the original Builders Materials such as covering a Wood and or Cedar Sided Home with Vinyl Siding; remember when choosing to do so please submit an ACC Modification Form prior to changing yours.

Which House would you like You and Your Family to live in; not only does Mold and Mildew look bad but it Dulls the Finish and Traps Moisture which can cause the Insulation under the Siding to stay wet, which can also help Mold and Mildew Grow Inside Your Home. Having your Home Powerwashed at least twice a year, once at the start of Spring and a second time at the end of Fall will help keep it looking good as new.

YOUR PROPERTY, YOUR RESPONSIBILITY

YOUR NEIGHBORS PROPERTY, NOT YOUR RESPOSIBILITY

STAINED CEDAR SIDING

Contempoary Color Collection of Vinyl Siding 

The Colors shown above are the basic colors used by the majority of Vinyl Siding Companies; as with all Colors viewed on a computer screen, each computer may show a difference in color and names may also be different for the same color from company to company.

ROOFLINE TRIM

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DAMAGED ROTTED SIDING

TRIM

SIDING

Brick Siding Samples

CAN I PAINT MY VINYL SIDING ?

Yes you can paint your Vinyl Siding, but there are a few key things to remember before doing so:

1. Use a Good Quality Vinyl Paint.

2. Flat or Satin Finish

3. Powerwash to remove Chalky Oxidation

4. Do not Paint Darker then Original Color

5. As with any Exterior Changes always submit an ACC Modification Form before prior to change.

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YOU CAN NOT HIDE ROTTED WOOD WITH PAINT

ROTTED SIDING

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