Madison, NJ Siding, Roofing, Window & Door Contractors
K & B Home Remodelers, a James Hardie® Preferred Elite Contractor, furnishes and installs the full line of James Hardie® Siding Products. Other than sending typical home improvement salesmen, who work solely on commission, K & B Home Remodelers employees highly trained project managers who can design your home with state of the art software that allows homeowners to see what their home will look like before they buy.
Exterior Remodeling in Madison, NJ
The use of digital measurements not only removes the common error of miss-measuring, it calculates every square foot of a structure, and thereby eliminates costly mistakes while accurately determining waste and real costs. By digitally capturing structural aspects of a home’s exterior, like windows, doors, and roofs, we can accurately measure for both design and estimating.
Andersen™ Windows, a hand crafted window and door line, built entirely of real wood and Fibrex is a James Hardie® subsidiary that out performs all competing window lines such as Marvin, Pella, and Andersen.
Regardless of the quality, windows and doors are only as good as they are installed, and that is where K & B Home Remodelers shines. Owner Horacio Kusnier, oversees every aspect of a job, from measuring, design, to the installation, to ensure that K & B Home Remodelers maintains its 100% Approval rating as surveyed by Guild Quality. Another specialty at K & B Home Remodelers is their custom porticos, handcrafted and designed solely by K & B, each one is fabricated to meet the design specifications of the customer while adding functional beauty to a home’s entrance.
To round out their exterior product line K & B provides Atlas® Roofing, with Scotchgard®, a unique protectorate not available from GAF, Owens Corning, Tamko or IKO. It eliminates the risk of discoloration by a patented method encasing copper in a mineral coating preventing the growth of roof algae that can discolor a roof in as little as five years.
More about Madison, NJ
In 1838 the railroad provided transport to Newark and Hoboken allowing for the shipment of fresh farm produce, and eventually an emerging rose-growing industry, which gave Madison its nickname, “The Rose City”. Shortly after the Civil War, the Morris and Essex Line became one of the first commuter trains, drawing the attention of wealthy New York families which inevitably attributed to the creation of “Millionaire’s Row”, a line of opulent houses and estates spanning from downtown Madison to Morristown.