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Times Siding and Windows has worked on many existing townhouses and condominium developments.

 

Times Siding and Windows has worked on numerous townhouses and condominium developments throughout New Jersey including Kimberwyck II in Hillsborogh, Pleasant View Gardens in Piscataway, Whitehouse Village, Sutton Village in Brick and Stonegate Condominiums in Stanhope.

We’ve also sided such prestigious new construction projects as Spring Ridge in Millington, Hunter’s Crossing in Three Bridges and Beaver Brook in Clinton.

For properties built of brick, Times Siding can provide soffits, facias, freeze boards, as well as window and door casings.

So, whether you manage a townhouse or condominium*, own a business, develop properties or are a municipality seeking beauty and economy for your structures, contact Times Siding and we will come up with the perfect plan for all of your requirements.

* Times Siding has been a Member of the Condominium Association Institute (CAI) for over 25 years.


  • APARTMENTS

  • CONDOMINIUMS

  • TOWNHOUSES

  • SCHOOLS

  • CHURCHES

  • NEW CONSTRUCTION

  • RENOVATION


CONTRACTOR COMMENTS
New siding is estimated to be 2 or 2 and 1/2 times the cost of painting, given an estimated payback of 10 years or less.  While improving appearance, it offers energy savings and maintenance-free benefits.  The greater “curb appeal” of new siding also makes a home easier to sell.

REALTY COMMENTS
A homes “curb appeal” has become more important in today’s resale market.  Better appearance and maintenance-free features are an obvious plus, with the energy-saving aspect continuing to be an important item with potential buyers.

FINANCIAL COMMENTS
Consumers are well aware of the many benefits of new siding with insulating board underneath.  Better appearance, no painting, longer product life and maintenance-free feature keeps a home more sale-able at all times and creates a good resale/finance value as well.