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EIFS (exterior insulation finish system) siding is commonly known and classified as DRYVIT and synthetic stucco siding. EIFS siding refers to a multi layered exterior finish that had originally been used in European construction shortly after World War II, when contractors found it to be an inexpensive choice to repair buildings damaged during the war. (more)

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete

Autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) is a product made with fine aggregates, cement, and an expansion agent that causes the fresh mixture to rise like bread dough. In fact, this type of concrete contains 80 percent air. In the factory where it is made, the material is molded and cut into precisely dimensioned units. (more)

Cultured Stone

Cultured stone, or “manufactured stone” refers to stone that is made in a factory. Typically, it is molded into many different shapes using concrete. The concrete shapes are then stained with various hues to achieve the most natural look possible. (more)

Stone and Brick Veneer

Stone veneer” or “thin-cut stone,” on the other hand, is stone that has been mined from the earth, then cut into uniform shapes and thicknesses for use on fireplaces and walls. The stone is sorted based on color, so homeowners can order the specific color blend that will work best in their home. Stones can range from slate or granite to limestone or marble, giving you a variety of colors and styles to choose from. (more)


A rainscreen is an exterior wall detail where the siding (wall cladding) stands off from the moisture-resistant surface of an air/water barrier applied to the sheathing to create a capillary break and to allow drainage and evaporation. The rainscreen is the cladding or siding itself but the term rainscreen implies a system of building. (more)


Stucco creates a beautiful appearance for the exterior of your home. Its unique look makes it popular among discerning homeowners. Yet, if you aren’t a home exteriors expert, you might not know that there are actually two different types of stucco that are typically used or what the difference is. Here’s a look at hard coat stucco and EIFS stucco, and why one makes more sense for Colorado homes. (more)

Metal Panels

Metal panels provide a beautiful option for energy efficiency, longevity and aesthetics. Panels can be customized for color, texture, shape, and size to provide an effective long-term solution to sealing a building while also providing a resilient finish that provides excellent insulation. (more)