This low-rise condominium complex has elevated exposure to wind and saltwater resultant from being a beachfront property, facing west, in Puget Sound. The property was originally established in 1926 but had been subject to many modifications. The property was suffering from water intrusion at the main windward elevation which required the cladding to be removed.
Cedar shingles and aluminum windows in beachfront architecture. The cladding was redesigned with a new cedar shingle-like fiber cement cladding in rainscreen installation.
Our team was commissioned with the Condition Assessment of the elevation to determine if replacement of the windows was necessary. Once the scope of work was established and approved, our firm was commissioned with the design, permitting and overseeing of the targeted repairs which included new energy-efficient windows.
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