In the Pacific Northwest, weather demands superior protection from the outside elements, especially for residential homes, condominiums and commercial structures. Which is why, locating the right Seattle siding contractor for builders can be challenging. Plus, in Washington State, the vast majority of construction disputes are exterior-related, making that decision even more critical.
At Exterior Crew, we work side by side with other skilled trades to accomplish project goals on time, and within budget. We stand behind all of our work, with a 5-year, fully transferable warranty, designed to protect your reputation.
Process & Timeline
Call us to schedule an appointment and email your blueprints as a pdf today! Our approach includes creating a detailed proposal, with transparent pricing and no unwanted, or unexpected surprises. Best of all, when you’re ready, we launch the project according to your schedule, and delivering on your specific timeline.
Now, you have an agreed upon contract in place and your Exterior Crew project manager sets up a “pre-con” discussion. This is your opportunity to review all the important details for the job, like delivery schedules and accessibility for parking. Plus, where to store project materials, along with other equipment to ensure a safe work space for all “on-site” trades.
Next, we deliver all materials, tools, and equipment to your project site and introduce you to our installation crew. Once the work begins, your Exterior Crew project manager guides the entire process, making sure no details are missed. When the project is finished, we do a final “walk through” with you. We confirm the project was completed as agreed, and remove our materials, equipment, and waste from the job site.
What Our Clients Say
You and your installers did a great job on our custom home last year. You were responsive to my requests and did a great job. You kept the jobsite clean and finished on time! Thanks for the great job.
You guys did a great job on the project and you were willing to go the extra distance so the job was done right.
Exterior Crew’s attention to waterproofing details as well as aesthetics will makes them part of our future projects.
Safe & Clean Job Sites
Project safety is critically important to us. And it’s why we go above and beyond, teaching our crews the value of maintaining a safe, accident-free, work space. Each year, our project teams complete specific safety training through the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. This helps ensure Exterior Crew, and all of our siding installation specialists are using the most up-to-date safety procedures. We also mandate clean work areas, storing all materials and equipment in properly designated areas. Which allows us the ability of working easily alongside other contractors to accomplish your project goals.
Most definitely. Choosing to install new windows, and wrap the building before installing new siding, makes good sense. First, we can keep the window installation straight and square for waterproofing. Plus, you can see the quality of our work before the siding actually begins. And, using our scaffolding system, rather than traditional ladders, allows us to work more safely, while completing a superior installation. And don’t forget, when the moisture barrier envelope is installed first, interior work can start earlier in the project schedule.
In most cases, yes, that is preferable. We recommend a turnkey option, because it creates the advantage of a fixed budget amount, for the whole siding project. During the actual construction process, we also handle any material shortcomings, eliminating hassles and keeping your budget in check.
Absolutely. So, we can use our dump trailer throughout the entire project, or simply remove the waste when the work is complete. Whichever you prefer, our crews clean up each work day, and store all waste in properly designated areas.
Lawton Circle in West Seattle
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