Front Porch Curb Appeal

By Laura Freeman

In the home improvement industry, we talk about adding curb appeal to your home all the time (and in our case — with new siding and trim). However, if you’re already in the process of updating your siding and trim, you may also want to think about adding a few extra elements to create a more welcoming atmosphere. Here are some easy ways to add a little extra aesthetic beauty to your front porch…

Outdoor Living Inspiration

By Laura Freeman

Thinking about sprucing up your outdoor living space? If so, then you probably already know that choosing the right layout, decking, and railing is only half of it. The other half centers around creating a relaxing, comfortable, and beautiful outdoor atmosphere for your family and friends.

Accessorizing Your New Deck

By Laura Freeman

We absolutely love being able to see how our clients have decorated and furnished their new composite decks, so we’ve pulled together some of our favorite looks for you (from the past year) to help give you some beautiful ideas and inspiration for your decking renovation. Enjoy!

Our Extreme Makeover in Soddy Daisy

By Laura Freeman

Here’s proof that a little TLC can go a long way! Seen here… one of our favorite home transformations! Not only did this Soddy Daisy home need a larger screened-in porch, the owners of this home also wanted an extra grilling porch. During this project, we installed our screen systems which are both super functional and also beautiful.

Hardie Elite Preferred Installer

By Laura Freeman

Did you know that Chattanooga Exteriors is the only James Hardie Elite Preferred Installer in Chattanooga?

What does this mean for you and your Hardie siding project?

It means that we have received the necessary training and experience to be able to expertly install your James Hardie siding and trim, specific to our area (or our Hardie Zone). Each Hardie Zone (around the country) has a slightly different set of installation standards, mainly due to the difference in climate from place to place.

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