Siding Contractor Services for Beaverton Residents
EvoSiding – Beaverton Siding Contractor
Proudly Serving Beaverton, Oregon
Like many cities in the region, Beaverton is going through a transformation. And homeowners have a choice to make when it comes to riding that wave of growth. With properties increasing in value, more and more homeowners are investing in home upgrades.
Aesthetify Your Home
EvoSiding began as a siding company and still relies on it to improve the durability and appearance of homes in Beaverton.
While siding takes care of your home in one direction, your roof protects your home from the elements above.
Your windows are unique in that they need to provide insulation, natural lighting, heating, cooling, and a view – all at the same time.
As the threshold between your home and the world, we make sure your doors stay in place, work as expected, and add to your home’s style.
We design decks that hold up to a battering, blend in harmoniously, and can be enjoyed for years.
Whether it’s to sell while the market is hot, or to put down roots in an increasingly desirable area, choosing a contractor who brings homes to a new level is critical. As a trusted exterior renovator in Beaverton, EvoSiding has a track record of doing just that – transforming a home into a more durable, efficient, and comfortable place to be. A place that future owners will thank you for.
Just like it’s more populous neighbor, Beaverton, Oregon is characterized by consistent rainfall for much of the year, seasonal but predictable temperature swings, and an uninterrupted landscape in every direction.
Thinking About Upgrading Your Exterior In Beaverton, OR?
Here’s what Beaverton homes are up against.
Rainfall: 40” per year
Though Beaverton, Oregon sits less than 10 miles from Portland, the city receives almost 4″ more of rain per year. That might not seem like much but year after year that small difference in rainfall can add up to make things like roofing and siding work a little bit harder.
Temperature: 46°F-80°F on average
Even though it’s situated in a damp region, Beaverton’s temperatures are relatively tame compared to other places. That has to do with the natural regulation brought on by its position between the mountains and the coastline.
Noise Levels: 20 dB-90dB
As a growing suburb and metropolitan area, Beaverton experiences on average the normal range of noise levels. But because of the city’s generally removed position from major freeways, much of the city may experience fewer instances of noise at the higher end of the range.
Daily Sunlight: 8h42m-15h42m
Like most places in the Pacific Northwest, Beaverton has a reputation for being less-than-sunny. While a persistent overcast does keep sun from getting through, Beaverton’s northern latitude means it sees more daylight and less darkness than sunnier places.
Scenery: Hard to beat
Between views of Mt. Hood, natural forests close by, the city skyline in the distance, Beaverton has a lot of scenery to take in.
So what does it take to have an optimal home exterior in Beaverton, OR?
Homes in Beaverton need an exterior that does a few things well. First and foremost, preventing rain and moisture from entering the home is paramount. With a seasonally unrelenting drizzle and the occasional downpour, Beaverton homes are under a pretty regular threat of getting wet. Roofing, siding, windows all have the open-ended task of keeping the home dry, while also keeping the home comfortable.
Temperature regulation. Beaverton houses mostly have the job of keeping things warm. With the exception of a few hot days during summer, homes tend to stay on the cooler end. But that doesn’t mean things are easy. Maintaining that comfort level takes work. Your exterior components don’t just keep the outside out, they also keep the inside in – including temperature. To do that, your home can use natural infrared heating to stay warm – by letting in sunlight – while also having insulation, siding and roofing that keeps heat trapped. Learn more about trapping your home’s heat.
Siding, roofing, windows and even doors can all work together to enhance natural light. By designing or modifying exteriors to work with their position relative to the sun, homes can exist for much of the day without using any lights.