Siding for Multifamily and Commercial Properties
As an James HardiePlank siding installer (Hardie siding) for the Pacific Northwest and based in Portland, multifamily apartments siding repair, condominiums siding and waterproofing repair, and townhomes are our specialty. We have the solution to all your siding problems. Many people and associations call James Hardie Plank Hardie siding or Hardie board as well just for clarification.
Siding Repair and Replacement Services:
- Home Siding Repair and Replacement
- Multifamily Siding Repair and Replacement
- Condominiums Siding Repair and Replacement
- Apartment Siding Repair and Replacement
- Hotels Siding Repair and Replacement
- Commercial Building Siding Repair and Replacement
- Siding Removal and Replacement
- New Siding Installation
- Damaged Siding Repair Experts
- Dryrot Siding Repair Experts
- Siding Problems Experts
- Hardie Plank Siding
- Prepainted Hardie Plank Siding
- ColorPlus James HardiePlank FiberCement Siding
- James Hardie Plank Artisan Siding
- James Hardie Reveal Siding
- Stucco Siding
- Cedar Siding
- T1-11 Siding
- Wood Siding
- Vinyl Siding
- Stone and Brick Siding
- Fiberboard siding
- Fiber cement siding
Preventative Maintenance Packages for Multifamily and Commercial
Pacific Exteriors NW also offers different preventative maintenance packages for long-term protection of the building’s envelope, which can save property managers or owners thousands of dollars in repairs. Pacific Exteriors NW integrates LEED certification with advances in green building materials, eco-friendly engineering, and production management with our multifamily and commercial projects. Pacific Exteriors NW staff partners with the region’s foremost experts on building codes, waterproofing, and flashing methods, with architectural design for inspection compliance and sustainability.
Multifamily and Commercial Division
Pacific Exteriors NW’s multifamily and commercial division specializes in apartments, condominium structures, townhomes, apartment complexes, apartment buildings, and commercial buildings such as hotels, banking institutions, and even government buildings. Pacific Exteriors NW is proud of our comprehensive customer support system in place. We have a professional, friendly staff and craftsman team that represents respect and courtesy to our clients and their many tenants. We also provide reserve study analytics for future maintenance considerations and future projections and costs. Pacific Exteriors NW is dedicated to ensuring our customers are not disturbed during the process, and we are truly sensitive to unique and challenging environments. We also specialize in replacing Certainteed Weatherboards fiber cement siding and LP siding as well as Omni Board siding, Masonite siding, and Weyerhaeuser siding as all were in class action lawsuits for either water damage that caused dry-rot, or defective materials and product failure.
Pacific Exteriors NW builds relationships with architects, building consultants, property managers, condo associations, owners, realtors, and architectural committee design boards. Our experience of working with people from different backgrounds and expectations has helped prepare us over the years for our many difficult projects. We have developed special financing options for these large projects, as we know that financing an HOA or dealing with reconstruction loans can be extremely difficult and challenging to fund. Pacific Exteriors NW also takes into account structural engineering, permits, and waterproofing consultants that are typically involved in these large scale projects. We are often called upon for capital improvements, rehab, construction defect repair and remediation from many insurance companies, property owners, investors, architects, attorneys, and real estate agents. We provide reports that can assist capital investors, property management groups, real estate agents, financial lending institutions, among others in determining if the purchase is fiscally smart and sound investment due to capital improvements, maintenance, and building envelope rehab and repair costs. Leaking windows and doors, wind driven rain, water intrusion, siding installed without a moisture barrier, high moisture content in the walls, dry rot evident, flashing omitted in critical detail areas, seals fogging up, discoloration to cladding, are all common telltale signs of more widespread issues and building flaws.
Here in the Portland metro, and Seattle area, apartment buildings and HOA condominiums with siding problems such as rotting or damaged LP siding, EIFS and DryVit stucco siding, or vinyl siding issues are becoming more widespread due to vinyl siding fading, buckling, warping from vinyl windows, high winds coming off the wall, vinyl siding can also trap moisture and water behind the wall. Many of our capital projects are replacing old and existing vinyl or cedar siding on apartments or condominiums or townhomes with new HardiePlank (Hardie siding) or other sustainable exterior cladding materials with water management systems. Here in the Portland and surrounding areas, Pacific Exteriors NW architectural services and expert team rebuilds communities due to existing dated and failing conditions, construction defects, water intrusion, water damage, or defective materials like the LP siding (Louisiana Pacific) or failing Masonite siding from the late 1980’s, and 1990’s, EIFS or DRYVIT synthetic stucco, to the defective CertainTeed Weatherboards fiber-cement siding lawsuit due to shrinking and buckling, causing extensive damages and product failure on properties typically constructed or resided from 2005-2013.
In the Pacific Northwest, construction problems, builder issues, moisture issues, water damage, dry rot, siding problems and damaged siding, leaking windows, and water intrusion have been documented to newer and older homes, multifamily and commercial buildings, condominiums, apartments, duplexes, townhomes, hotels, HOA communities and commercial buildings with even mixed use new build defects or new construction problems and builder disputes over faulty materials and improper waterproofing of the windows and doors.