Oceanside Exteriors

Oceanside is GREEN: we recycle all materials that can be recycled and use sustainable products. Show more

Oceanside is GREEN: we recycle all materials that can be recycled and use sustainable products.

Oceanside is LOCAL: we are very aware of where our materials come from; we cut down on the energy footprint that is left behind; we use all local vendors and distributors; wood siding is purchased from local mills either in Maine or just over the border in Canada.

Oceanside is REASONABLE: all estimates are free of charge; we offer a free one hour consultation to help you decide the path you should take working on your home. We are willing to beat any reasonable price.
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5 Consecutive Great Reviews 2017
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· Arlington

It was really professional. They provide great quality for a great value. They understood our needs and listened to us, provided a great work. We're really happy with them and would recommend them highly.

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Review of Adam Vaillancourt Roofing, LLC by

· Milford

From the sales experience to the installation and the follow up review, everything was done very professionally and I am well pleased.

John C.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Beverly

They exceeded my expectations and I am very happy with my windows!

Mike H.

Review of Sentry Roofing by

· Bradford

Sentry Roofing was professional, and cost competitive on replacing my roof. Their workers were courteous, and did a great job working on our house.

Inspection of the attic space after the new roof I noticed nailing for ridge vent split wood, is this still secure enough and should there be a bug barrier
Sep 23, 2018
The pictures were very helpful - thank you.  It looks like only the first ply/layer came apart which is not optimal but minimal risk for coming apart allowing the ridge vent to come off especially if ... read more
How can I stay on good terms with our neighbors during a big construction project?

Michelle Slowe of NEWPRO PRO answered:

May 14, 2014
First off, congratulations on the new home! Here are some tips that I hope are helpful: Be excited, communicative, and available throughout the process Remind those working on your home to be as tid ... read more

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