The Carmody Construction team recently completed another exterior makeover in one of our favorite towns — Oswego. This transformation was unique for a couple of reasons.
First, this is the second time we’ve been asked to work on this historical home, and second, this home is one of the many old Montgomery Ward homes in Oswego. For the uninitiated, in the first half of the 20th Century, department stores such as Sears and Montgomery Ward sold pre-built home kits that we delivered to a site and pieced together.
This particular home on Park Street, was built in 1937 and has many unique features. Our work, though, focused on re-making the home’s exterior with new, updated siding and windows. We replaced the picture window of this home in 2017, and were fortunate enough to be asked back to replace the rest of the windows this year.
The siding chosen by the homeowner closely matched the color and style of their old siding in an effort to maintain the historical importance of the home. So, while the siding may look much the same, we rewrapped the home and replaced it with vinyl siding, which should help with the home’s efficiency and will last for years to come.
We replaced the outdated aluminum windows with all new vinyl replacement windows that will help the cool air in during the hot summer and the warm air in during our freezing cold winters.
Like the work we performed in 2017 at this home, our homeowners were very happy with our work, and we can’t wait to return if they should need our construction services in the future.
Oswego Window and Siding Company
Carmody Construction has been a trusted siding, window and roofing contractor in Oswego since our founding in 1948. We have helped hundreds of homeowners in the village improve their homes curb appeal and energy efficiency.
We take great pride in our work here and our investment in the community shows in the work we do.
If you are looking to complete an exterior home makeover, complete our Request a Quote form below, or give us a call at 630-355-0002.
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