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GS Exterior Experts Offers Specialized Siding and Roofing to Denver Surrounding Areas

GS Exterior Experts Offers Specialized Siding and Roofing to Denver Surrounding Areas

Full service exterior home improvement company GS Exterior Experts explains 8 crucial differences between fiber cement siding and wood siding

Deciding the best siding is one of the most important factors to a home’s look. Whether remodeling or building, it can be overwhelming with all the different options for siding. GS Exterior Experts is an exterior home improvement company specializing in siding, roofing and more for the Denver surrounding areas. Today they explain the differences between two common siding types they offer: fiber cement siding vs wood siding.

For fiber cement siding, GS Exterior Experts offers James Hardie Siding and is known as the #1 James Hardie siding specialist in Colorado. Fiber cement siding is a man-made material built with cement, sand, and cellulose fibers.

Compared to wood, James Hardie Siding is more weather resistant due to being formulated to resist rot, swelling, mold, warping and cracking. It is non-combustible and complies with ASTM E136, recognized by fire departments nationwide.

In addition, GS Exterior Experts explains how James Hardie siding is more durable than wood siding. It resists hail, windblown debris and is designed to be both heat and cold resistant. James Hardie siding uses ColorPlus Technology that resists damaging UV rays, so it is resistant to sun exposure as well.

For wood siding, GS Exterior Experts offers Woodtone RusticSeries siding. Compared to fiber cement siding, Woodtone siding allows the homeowner to enjoy the natural beauty of real wood. It can be painted or stained, yet the grain can still be seen and appreciated, allowing for rustic looks.

GS Exterior Experts’s Woodtone siding also comes in over 20 colors, which allows for the homeowner to customize their siding to suit their individual style. Their RusticSeries has the option of two-tone composite wood grain siding, allowing for more variety compared to

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GS Exterior Experts Offers Specialized Siding and Roofing to Denver Surrounding Areas – Press Release

GS Exterior Experts Offers Specialized Siding and Roofing to Denver Surrounding Areas

Full service exterior home improvement company GS Exterior Experts explains 8 crucial differences between fiber cement siding and wood siding

Deciding the best siding is one of the most important factors to a home’s look. Whether remodeling or building, it can be overwhelming with all the different options for siding. GS Exterior Experts is an exterior home improvement company specializing in siding, roofing and more for the Denver surrounding areas. Today they explain the differences between two common siding types they offer: fiber cement siding vs wood siding.

For fiber cement siding, GS Exterior Experts offers James Hardie Siding and is known as the #1 James Hardie siding specialist in Colorado. Fiber cement siding is a man-made material built with cement, sand, and cellulose fibers.

Compared to wood, James Hardie Siding is more weather resistant due to being formulated to resist rot, swelling, mold, warping and cracking. It is non-combustible and complies with ASTM E136, recognized by fire departments nationwide.

In addition, GS Exterior Experts explains how James Hardie siding is more durable than wood siding. It resists hail, windblown debris and is designed to be both heat and cold resistant. James Hardie siding uses ColorPlus Technology that resists damaging UV rays, so it is resistant to sun exposure as well.

For wood siding, GS Exterior Experts offers Woodtone RusticSeries siding. Compared to fiber cement siding, Woodtone siding allows the homeowner to enjoy the natural beauty of real wood. It can be painted or stained, yet the grain can still be seen and appreciated, allowing for rustic looks.

GS Exterior Experts’s Woodtone siding also comes in over 20 colors, which allows for the homeowner to customize their siding to suit their individual style. Their RusticSeries has the option of two-tone composite wood grain siding, allowing for more variety compared to

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Courts siding with insurance firms over business interruption claims | Business

A growing number of U.S. courts are ruling against employers who’ve filed insurance claims for business interruption coverage stemming from government-ordered coronavirus shutdowns.

The Insurance Information Institute reports insurers have won more than a dozen cases since May, with judges ruling that the policies only kick in if a property sustains physical damage. The business owners had argued that the coverage should have started when local or state governments issued stay-at-home orders that hampered their ability to operate.

A couple of Charleston-area cases are still pending in federal court. Black Magic Cafe says its losses started on March 17, when Gov. Henry McMaster ordered a temporary halt to dine-in services at South Carolina restaurants.

The historic Calhoun Mansion at 10 Meeting St., now known as The Williams Mansion, sued its insurer after a McMaster executive order shut down museums.



Charleston cafe takes on insurance firm in fight over coronavirus claims

A bill that would have required insurance carriers to cover coronavirus-related business losses — co-sponsored by Sen. Sandy Senn, a Charleston Republican, and Sen. Marlon Kimpson, a Charleston Democrat — was introduced in the S.C. Statehouse in April but went nowhere.

Recent court rulings indicate the local cases might be a losing cause.

For example, Judge Thomas Thrash last week dismissed a federal lawsuit brought by restaurant in Georgia, ruling that a government stay-at-home order did not cause the business to sustain direct physical loss of or damage to its insured property or surrounding premises.



Owner of Charleston's historic Calhoun Mansion suing insurer over COVID-19 claims

Similarly, a U.S. District Court judge in Florida last month dismissed a trade show display company’s claims, saying “the plain language of the policies reflect that actual, concrete damage is necessary.”

And in another ruling in California last month, Judge Cathy Ann Bencivengo ruled against a pair of barbershops, stating: “Most courts have rejected these claims, finding that the

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Rick Parry sparks civil war by siding with Liverpool and Man Utd in radical shake-up plan

Rick Parry has sparked civil war after cooking up a Premier League coup with Liverpool and Manchester United.

It has provoked a furious reaction from the Premier League, other top flight clubs and brought a stinging reaction from the Government.

A spokesman for the Department for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport said: ”We are surprised and disappointed that at a time of crisis when we have urged the top tiers of professional football to come together and finalise a deal to help lower league clubs there appear to be backroom deals being cooked up that would create a closed shop at the very top of the game.

“Sustainability, integrity and fair competition are absolutely paramount and anything that may undermine them is deeply troubling. Fans must be front of all our minds, and this shows why our fan led review of football governance will be so critical.”



Rick Parry holding a sign: Parry has sparked outrage among government, the Premier League and other top-flight clubs


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Parry has sparked outrage among government, the Premier League and other top-flight clubs

The Premier League do not view it as a rescue plan but as a hostile takeover and even criticised EFL chairman Parry publicly in their own statement and Mirror Sport understands it has caused a huge rift between the two leagues, endangering any EFL bail out.

Liverpool’s owners Fenway Sports Group are believed to have initiated the plan, it has been supported by the United hierarchy but has been done without knowledge of the other clubs and is now in danger of collapsing before getting to first base.

The plan would give bigger clubs more power, the Premier League would be reduced to 18 clubs and an overhaul of the League Cup with the Community Shield scrapped in exchange for a £250m bail out for the EFL.



Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang holding a ball: The Community Shield would be scrapped as part of the new plans


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The Community Shield would be scrapped as

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Nadda’s veiled attack on Lalu

Gaya (Bihar) [India], October 11 (ANI): In a veiled jibe at former chief minister Lalu Prasad Yadav and his Mahagathbandhan with the Congress, BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda on Sunday said one who entered politics holding the hands of Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan — who led a movement against the Congress — and went on to become chief minister, was today siding with the very party.

“The leader who became a politician and CM with the blessings of Jayaprakash Narayan — the man who formed Janata Party by sidelining the Congress — was now hugging the very party,” Nadda said without naming Yadav while addressing his first election rally in poll-bound Bihar’s Gaya on Sunday.

He added those who are now around 50-60 years of age might’ve witnessed the JP movement. “For the first time in independent India, they might have heard a voice and political ideology different from that of the Congress — the voice of Jayaprakash Narayan,” Nadda said.

He compared Yadav with another product of the JP movement, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

“Nitish ji, along with (Prime Minister) Narendra Modi ji, has changed the political culture of Bihar. Earlier, the Congress used to do politics on the basis of caste. Now Narendra Modi has started a culture of going to people on the basis of the report card of the government’s work,” he said, highlighting the works of the central government in Bihar.

“In 2015, PM Modi announced Rs 1.25-lakh-crore-worth package for Bihar, of which Rs 394 crore has already been spent for the welfare of farmers, Rs 10,000 crore for education and Rs 1,550 crore for skill development.”

He added only four medical colleges were opened in Bihar in seven decades of independence. “But After 2014, Bihar has got 14 new medical colleges and 11 more

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