Exterior Remodels

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Kansas City Exterior Remodels

Our team provides Kansas City-area homeowners professional exterior remodeling services. We offer beautiful siding, gutter and soffit & fascia services which will add more value to your home.

  • Yard and Landscape
  • Roofing
  • Gutters
  • Siding
  • Soffit Repair
  • Fascia Repair


We're committed to excellent customer service.


Karmen P.

Kearney, MO

Gave me several reminders, were on time, worked swiftly, clean & efficient. Thank you.

Getting Started

man giving a contractor a call about an interior remodel for his home

1. Discovery

During the initial interview we learn your goals, explain our services, and make recommendations on how to begin your project. We’ll cover everything from function, to aesthetics, to budget.

2. Design

As part of your design phase, we take what we’ve learned and begin your custom project plan. Once the design is ready, we present design plans – your feedback at this point is very important. From the designs, your we will begin comprehensive pricing of your project. Final selections will be made for materials.

American MEchanical project planner reviewing the designs for an exterior remodel
Young couple analyzing and planning home renotions

3. Planning & Pricing

When all design requirements are complete and selections are made, we will present formal design plan and drawings. A printed proposal with an itemized listing is included.

4. Installation

We coordinate the construction and installation schedule, and provide an estimated timeline. We will discuss the logistics ahead of time with you, and keep you updated regularly.

Project manager watching over an exterior remodel project


A full remodel—clearing the current landscape and structures, regrading and installing new sod, trees, shrubs, and plants, as well as walkways and structures—will run $10 to $40 per square foot. On average, a new roof costs $5,000 to $10,000, with prices varying based on the materials.

According to the 2019 Home Remodeling Impact Report, a vinyl siding upgrade will increase a home's value by 63 percent of the project's cost.

Since we're in the mid-west let's assume you know the difference between frost and snow. The two winter elements have a very scientific difference based on where they begin and end. It’s natural to see both snow and frost on your roof in the winter. As temperatures drop near the end of the year, that lowers the temperature of your roof thus making it easier for frost to form on top of your house. Your roof is built with proper materials made to withstand winter weather like frost.

That begs the question: What happens is I don't see any frost? When checking your house for frost, check your neighboring roofs first. If everyone else has frost and you don’t, that could mean there is an insulation problem with your attic and you need to repair your roof.In winter months, your roof is supposed to serve as a shell for the heat in your house: any heat built up in your house should stay in your house. Without proper insulation in your attic and/or issues with your roof, heat could escape your house and thus increase the temperature of your roof.

Let’s make your dream feel like home.

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