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Siewers Lumber & Millwork

Siewers is a full-service lumber yard specializing in mouldings, custom millwork, doors, windows, and hardwoods as well as framing, pressure treated, plywood, flooring, ceiling, siding and other lumber and building materials. Our uniqueness is providing superior building materials along with outstanding service. Our main service area is Richmond and the surrounding counties. Our customer base is 80% contractors who specialize in remodeling/renovations/custom home building and 20% homeowners. Our niche is providing mouldings and millwork to match the original craftsmanship of existing buildings or homes.

We believe our areas of expertise are determination, hardwork, and enthusiasm to continue to learn. We have a 7,000 square foot showroom displaying windows, doors, mouldings, columns, decks, railings, stair parts, cabinets and other millwork items. Constantly thinking with an entrepreneur's mind like R.A. Siewers, we envision a bright future by continuing to increase our products and services.

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What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?

Bruce Wiegan of BNW Builders PRO answered:

Apr 18, 2015
Make sure that your attic is properly insulated.  Make sure the seals around all windows and doors are in good shape.  If you can see daylight air is entering and leaving as well.
What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 8, 2014
Expansion and contraction, as mentioned previously, is a big driver of sealant failure. The other part that was not discussed in moisture content.  Brick is largely moisture open and capillary draw of ... read more

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