Moniz Architecture gave new life to an
aging apartment complex in Citrus Heights by creating a new design for
its exterior façade.
Various water intrusion problems generated
the owner’s need to perform repairs, creating the opportunity to
re-think the look of the complex, and to plan for a low-maintenance
New cement plank and shingle siding were
installed over existing plywood siding, with thorough attention to
flashing, penetration and attachment details. Windows and roofing were
replaced. Balconies and patio fences were re-designed and re-configured.