Exterior Finishing Done right
At Jericho Exteriors we want to partner with you on your exterior renovation. We have the competency, knowledge and creativity to make your vision a reality. Your home is unique. Your home is precious. Let us protect it.
Mariner Estates Multi-Family Restoration
The Mariner Estates Multi-Family project was a complete exterior restoration of a leaky condo building in White Rock B.C..
This building was built in the early eighties and had all the classic hallmarks of a leaky condo from that era.
The terra-cotta roofing was broken and missing tiles all over. The stucco siding was stained and cracked showing signs of long term water ingress. The parapet wall decks and scupper drains were trapping water and severely rotting.
This project stretched our expertise but in the end turned out to be one of our showcase projects. Click the image to read more about this one of a kind project.
Osprey Cabin Exterior Finishing
The Osprey Cabin Exterior Finishing Project was another one of a kind siding job in a remote location that posed it’s own unique challenges.
This luxury cabin was nestled on the side of Osprey Lake in the B.C. Interior and is sure to be a great get away home for it’s owner for many years to come.
This cabin finish utilized a mixture of fiber cement boards and tongue and groove pine as well as custom fir beams to complete the beautiful finish on this custom cabin.
The remote location was challenging as well as extremely rewarding when this project was completed. Click the link to learn about the details of this amazing project.
Hurd Street Residential Siding Project
The Hurd Street Residential siding Project in Mission B.C. looks simple on the outside but it posed it’s own unique challenges along the way.
This home had seen numerous renovations throughout it’s lifespan and many of them were near or even past the end of their lifespan and the whole home was in need of some serious exterior refinishing.
There was numerous areas of long term water ingress that had caused whole sections of the framing on this house to rot away so badly that you could poke your finger right through the 2X4’s.
Read all about this interesting project by clicking the image here.