Houston Heights

  • By lemaster
  • 27 Jan, 2017
A beautiful home located in the Heights Historical District brought the “WOW FACTOR” with the bold bright color. James Hardie Siding was installed and the shutters were taken down and painted white to tie into the windows, porch and front door. This is truly a historical house in Houston!
Front of the house after completion
he side view of the house after completion.
The white shutters and windows trimmed in white against the Hardie siding ties the exterior home together.
After the James Hardie Siding is installed and painted we took down the existing shutters and painted them white.
Front of the house being painted after the Hardie siding is installed.
By lemaster 27 Jan, 2017
When it’s time to choose new replacement windows for your home, it can sometimes be difficult to determine which would be the best fit. Different types of windows are each made up of unique features that provide solutions to a variety of conditions. The professionals at Allstate Windows are here to advise you on some things to consider when choosing replacement windows, to ensure that you will choose the best suited option for your home.

Things to consider when choosing replacement windows:

Price. When choosing replacement windows, keep an open mind about price – choosing the most expensive option doesn’t always mean it will be the best option for your home. Depending on the climate in which you live and specific features of the house, an option made of a particular material might do the job best, but be cheaper than others.

Climate. As mentioned above, the climate in which you live can be a huge determining factor of what type of replacement windows would be best. There are certain kinds that are better at keeping heat in and cool air out, and vice versa, as well as others that are especially wind resistant.

Window Style. There are several different styles of windows available on today’s market, including: single hung, slider, double hung, casement, and more! It’s important to know what type of features you want in a window, so a professional can advise you as to which style would best suit these needs.

If you are in the process of choosing replacement windows for your home in the Houston, TX area, contact Allstate Siding and Windows today! Our team of window experts is waiting to help you make the best decision.
By lemaster 27 Jan, 2017
When homeowners are considering new windows, vinyl windows are often the go-to choice. They are a popular option on the market and come with several advantages over other window options. Vinyl windows are made of a plastic material, called PVC. This allows them to be more cost-friendly than other options, and deflect issues that other window types may face. So, why should you consider vinyl windows as your new or replacement windows? Let’s begin with the benefits.
By lemaster 27 Jan, 2017
It’s all in the details; with this traditional home nestled in the city of Jersey Village, Texas. The original home’s exterior was masonite hardboard siding and aluminum windows. We installed the double pane Home Craftsmen windows by Ply Gem with the white frame. Then we installed James Hardie Siding and trim that show cased the beautiful Home Craftsmen windows. One of the focal points is the back of the home with the two picture windows that have sliders to give a better view of their pool area. Changing the colors of the exterior your home can give it a whole new appearance.
By lemaster 27 Jan, 2017
A beautiful home located in the Heights Historical District brought the “WOW FACTOR” with the bold bright color. James Hardie Siding was installed and the shutters were taken down and painted white to tie into the windows, porch and front door. This is truly a historical house in Houston!
By lemaster 27 Jan, 2017
In a quaint neighborhood nestled on a golf course surrounded by trees is a 1978 traditional two-story home in Conroe, TX. The 3200 sq ft home sits on 1/3 an acre. The original home exterior included masnite hardboard siding and aluminum windows. We installed James Hardie Cedarmill Siding and installed 27 vinyl frame insulated security windows. The vinyl security windows are energy efficient. The exterior of the home had some additional touches to complete the transformation. The two wood columns on the back on the home were replaced with aluminum white columns. The front door was painted a deep red to complete the transformation of this gorgeous home!
By lemaster 27 Jan, 2017
A two story 1940’s home nestled in the upcoming Garden Oaks subdivision recently had an exterior makeover from Allstate Siding & Windows. The original siding on the house had 1 inch lap ‘n gap wood siding. There was no insulation underneath the siding or around the windows. Allstate added fiberglass batt insulation and installed window wrap around the existing windows. The window wrap helps keep water and air infiltration from entering the house. Then we installing the James Hardie Siding to make this home beautiful again!
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