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Energy-Efficient Siding and Windows to Insulate Your Long Island Home
Insulate Your Home for Lower Heating Bills This Winter After a stretch of unusually warm weather this November, the Northeast is heading for what experts are calling “a winter heating crisis.” Northeast homeowners are already paying more than ever for heating oil—almost 20% more than last year. Add the incoming winter cold, rising interest rates,… Read more »
Roofing, Siding, and Window Overhaul: Which Comes First?
Your roofing, siding, windows, and gutters together tackle the tremendous task of protecting your home against the elements. From safe-guarding your home against the threat of rainwater to shielding your family from harsh weather elements, your home’s first line of defense against Mother Nature begins with asphalt shingles, vinyl siding, triple-pane glass, and aluminum gutters.… Read more »
9 New Long Island Home Window Trends for 2022
Out of all the functional elements of a home, windows play one of the most crucial roles in overall design. New home windows can singlehandedly change the whole feel and style of a home from inside your living room and standing at the curb. In the past, we focused more on window function and less… Read more »
New Roofing Project? Here’s What to Expect
There comes a time for every roof to start anew. A new roof is one of the most valuable investments you can make in your home, complete with the power to improve your curb appeal, increase your home’s value, and keep your family and possessions protected from Mother Nature’s worst. The experience is equally exciting—for… Read more »
Asphalt Shingles 101: Your Guide to a Durable, Affordable Roof
Durable yet affordable, asphalt shingles are the single most popular roofing material on the market today. Homeowners love the idea of a little-to-no-maintenance shingle, built to last for decades, and designed in a variety of shapes, colors, and styles to suit any taste. Asphalt covers almost 80% of roofs in America, setting the standard for… Read more »
Roof Ventilation: The Unsung Hero of a Healthy Roof and Home
It’s safe to say most homeowners worry about the health of their roof. At the end of the day, nothing is more important more than a strong, sturdy structure to protect our homes and everything (and everyone) we love inside of it. Fewer of us worry about roofing ventilation. However, more of us would give… Read more »
Less is More: The One-Stop-Shop Long Island Contractor
There’s no shortage of exterior home improvement contractors across Long Island—and most of them are busier than ever. During the pandemic, we turned to home improvement projects to pass the time, spruce up our curb appeal, and even boost our home and property values as the Long Island real estate market ignited into a scorching… Read more »
Finding Happiness in Home Improvement on Long Island
How do we make a house a home? How do we make that home a happy one? How can we get the most from the place where we spend the most time with the ones we love the most? Research on the impact of our homes on our happiness suggests five core emotions are at… Read more »
Spring Home Maintenance Checklist for Long Island Homeowners
Spring is a season of new beginnings and renewal—and a time we welcome with open arms. It’s when we say goodbye to the cold, harsh winter and wake up to the warmer weather, longer days, and resurgence of life among plants and animals. Spring is also a time to roll up your sleeves, handle things… Read more »
ROI and the Post-Pandemic Long Island Home Improvement Boom
The pandemic changed so many things—and life at home is no exception. Quarantine lockdowns forced us to spend more time at home, motivating us to invest more in our sanctuaries. The shift sparked a building boom, skyrocketing Long Island home improvement spending to heights on track to reach $430 billion by the second half of… Read more »
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