True ranch-style homes first made their appearance in the 1920s. Originally, they were based on Spanish colonial architecture used in the American Southwest. Efforts to combine that style with modern architectural touches created the California ranch-style home. That led to a boom in the building of these homes from the 1940s through the 1970s. Their livability, flexibility in floor plans and uncomplicated design were perfect for the post-World War II growth of American suburbs.
Ranch-style homes feature open floor plans with rooms flowing from one major room into another. Ranch homes have a number of distinguishing exterior features, including:
- A long, low roofline.
- Brick, wood or stucco as the most common exterior materials
- A garage attached to the home
- Large windows typically including a large picture window in the living room/great room
- Sliding doors leading to a patio area.
Featured are two ranch style homes, which Casey Nelson Exteriors had the privilege to do exterior updating on. These homes feature Mastic Quest and Structure Siding. For years, Mastic has been the exterior product of choice of professionals who stake their reputation on the products they believe in. Professional remodelers, home improvement contractors and exterior design experts choose our high-quality products for a simple reason: Mastic products never let them — or their homeowners — down. Generations of professional tradesmen have trusted Mastic to clad the homes they design and build.
For solutions to your exterior renovation call Casey Nelson Exteriors. Let Casey discuss Mastic Quest products his company has that will draw not only curb appeal to your home but architectural interest. Contact Casey Nelson Exteriors of Lincoln and Omaha to help you create a one of a kind home! Let Casey Nelson show you what Mastic Siding and selected colors can do for your home!