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Innovative Ways to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal
They say you only get one chance to make a first impression. But in the home improvement industry, every exterior update — from large projects to minute details — invites a second (and third, and fourth…) impression to boost your home’s curb appeal, resale value, and return on investment. Make no mistake: the view from… Read more »
The Top Problems Lurking Inside Your Attic
Most homeowners can hardly believe how much a healthy roof and home hinges on the attic. Roof ventilation and attic insulation impact all aspects of your home from its strength and durability to its energy efficiency and utility bills to its interior climate and overall comfort. Neglecting either one puts your attic, roof, and home… Read more »
Is Insulated Vinyl Siding the Best Choice for Your Home?
Back in the day, homeowners and builders swapped vinyl for concrete, wood, and other types of siding. Today, the home improvement industry favors a good, low-cost, and middle-of-the-road alternative: insulated vinyl siding. What exactly is insulated vinyl siding? It’s vinyl siding with a form-fitted layer of expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam insulation built into its back… Read more »
The Best Roofing Materials for a Healthy Home
Upgrading your roof adds incremental value and curb appeal to your home. More than just change the look, style, and color of your roof, the roofing material you select impacts its energy efficiency, performance in extreme weather conditions, overall longevity, and more. Before you replace an old roof (or build a new house from the… Read more »
When Is It Time to Replace Your Windows?
The lifespan of high-quality, well-maintained windows can stretch for two decades or more. It all depends: on your location, on the kind of weather your home endures, on the type of windows you install, and on a range of other factors. Run-down or damaged windows can impact your home’s overall comfort, security, curb appeal (interior… Read more »
Simple and Easy Ways to Clean Vinyl Siding
Vinyl siding epitomizes low-maintenance exterior home material. Carve out just one day a year to clean the sides of your entire home and you can enjoy a lifetime of advanced weather protection and elevated curb appeal. Despite its strength, style, and substance, vinyl siding does have a weakness: the elements. Everything from pollen to bird… Read more »
Top 5 Roof Repair Mistakes To Avoid
After decades on the job and over 300,000 projects strong, we learned a lot about the most common roof repair mistakes and the best ways to fix the culprits threatening the structural integrity and longevity of your roof and home. As one of the most visible parts of your exterior curb appeal and one of… Read more »
How to Gear Your Roof Up for the Winter
It’s hard enough tackling the cold and snow down on the ground. Heavy rain, hail, snow and other harsh winter conditions can leave us struggling to get to work on time, shivering on a cold street corner, or stranded at home until it’s safe to venture out again. Despite the holidays, mugs of hot chocolate… Read more »
The Most Practical Ways to Pay for a New Roof
So, you’re ready to replace the most important component of your house: your roof. You did the research, weighed the options, and reviewed the top-quality products to put your dream roof over your head. But there’s one thing left to figure out: how you want to pay for your new roof. You’ve got options, from… Read more »
The Best Shingles for Your Roof and Budget
How much does a new roof cost? Well, it depends. From the slope, pitch and size of your roof to the cost of the material, you could spend upwards of $65,000 for a high-end tile, wood or slate roof or downwards of $4,500 for a basic 3-tab asphalt shingle roof. Sure, there is always a… Read more »
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