With a variety of options for vinyl, fiber, cement and cedar siding, we’re sure we can find the perfect solution for your home. We provide specific performance benefits and is NAHB Green Approved for all of our options.
Preview and experiment with your home siding options with our 3D modeling App, Design Your Home, powered by GAF. Can’t decide which style siding to select? Simply mock up the options on the app and compare.
Feazel uses satellite technology to ensure your siding estimate is 99.9% accurate. By automating the manual process of property measurements, satellites provide aerial imagery, 3D building dimensions and 24-hour access to estimate-related data. Leveraging advanced technology allows Feazel to increase estimate accuracy, go paperless, respond quickly and provide you with detailed information.
Our home ventilation will remove moisture and heat from your attic, avoiding rising energy costs, ice damage and damaged roof system components. In addition, our ventilation will prevent damage to structural and personal items kept inside the attic where temperatures can easily reach 150°F.
Without protection from water repellent, all new and existing masonry chimneys are susceptible to water damage. Feazel ChimneySaver water repellents come with a 10-year warranty and have been the first choice of chimney professionals for nearly 20 years. The repellent reduces water penetration into the masonry by 99.9% according to ASTM tests conducted at the University of Wyoming. ChimneySaver is 100% vapor permeable.
A chimney crown is designed to prevent water from seeping into the masonry below. Water-damaged or cracked chimney crowns can lead to costly chimney repairs. Feazel’s flex crown solution is an elastomeric coating that forms a flexible waterproof membrane to protect chimney crowns. It dries in about 6 hours and cures in about 24 hours to a natural concrete or mortar appearance and comes with a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty.
It takes a skilled craftsman to install a flashing that will perform maintenance-free for years. Some take shortcuts, causing loose foundations or cracks in the chimney after only a few years. Feazel craftsmen deliver the utmost attention to detail. Using the “Grind and Tuck” technique, grinding the mortar joints, bending the metal along the top of the flashing and tucking it back into the mortar joints. Then mortar caulk is pointed back into the joint causing a permanent watertight seal.
Tuckpointing is a repair that focuses on the mortar joint between brick or stone and doesn’t address the masonry chimney unit itself. There are many situations where tuckpointing may not be the best option. If you are considering a repair that involves tuckpointing, get a free evaluation.