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Still have storm damage from last summer? The time to repair is now!

2018-05-25T00:23:26-05:00May 21st, 2018|Categories: Contractor, Roofing, Siding, Storm Damage|

It has reached that point in the year where time is running short to complete repairs from last summer’s storm damage. Before you panic that you may not meet the deadline for your insurance claim, there are a few important factors to consider. INSURANCE CLAIM STIPULATIONS Have you fully read the conditions of your insurance claim? If not, now’s the time to refresh your memory. Your insurance company will have set a time limit for completion of work. In some cases, you will have no more than a year from making the claim to completely sign off on the repairs. [...]

Fall is the Perfect Time to Check your Gutters

2018-05-25T00:33:09-05:00October 24th, 2016|Categories: Contractor, Gutters, Installation, Remodel|

Fall is the perfect time to perform many of the maintenance operations outside your home that will help see it through the long winter intact. While items such as closing down a pool, doing fall landscaping to protect foliage and securing outdoor equipment might rise to the top of the to-do list, there is one thing that you should add to that list that often gets overlooked -- your gutters. Checking your gutters now can save you time, energy and money during the long and cold winter months. Your Gutters' Purpose If you are like many homeowners, you don't give [...]

How to Choose the Right Insulation for your New Home

2018-05-25T01:22:08-05:00October 10th, 2016|Categories: Contractor, Installation, Insulation, Remodel|

Building a new house is an exciting endeavor. If you are lucky, you get to customize aspects of your home. A custom-built home gives you a great opportunity to ensure your home is efficient starting with your walls. Before the builder encloses your walls, you should choose insulation that will help you conserve energy so that you can reduce your monthly expenses. WHY YOUR INSULATION IS IMPORTANT? Heating and cooling your home is one of your largest expenses. Experts estimate that the average homeowner spends $1,900 each year on utility bills. By choosing the right type of insulation, you can significantly [...]

3 Reasons Replacement Windows aren’t a DIY Project

2018-05-25T01:24:31-05:00September 19th, 2016|Categories: Contractor, Installation, Windows|

As a homeowner, you look for ways to save money on home improvement projects. If you are like many homeowners, cost savings seems to trump quality, which isn’t a rational way of thinking. In fact, in recent years, do-it-yourself (DIY) projects have become mainstream because homeowners perceive they save money by doing home improvement projects themselves. Some homeowners have tried to DIY replacement windows, with no experience in home improvement. On the surface, it may seem like replacement windows are cost-effective, but DIY projects can cost you extra money and countless hours.   DIYing Replacement Windows Can Lead to Increased [...]

3 Signs your Siding Needs Replacing

2018-05-25T01:26:02-05:00September 5th, 2016|Categories: Contractor, Installation, Siding|

Millions of homeowners choose siding as their go-to fascia for their home. It’s obvious why so many homeowners put their faith in siding. Vinyl siding lasts long; it’s easy to maintain; it’s cost-effective. Although it has many benefits, siding isn’t completely maintenance-free. There are times when your siding needs replacing. Keep reading to see what telltale signs indicate you need new vinyl siding. COSTLY UTILITY BILLS With a focus on reducing costs, one early warning sign that your siding needs replacing is large utility bills. In good shape, siding prevents energy from escaping your home. Insulated siding helps prevent energy from leaving [...]

How Efficient is your Home?

2018-05-25T01:27:31-05:00August 22nd, 2016|Categories: Contractor, Insulation, Windows|

On a daily basis, you likely think more about how nice your home looks and how much you enjoy the layout and floor plan of it. Then when the power bill comes each month, you wonder about your home’s efficiency. Of course you can’t install a full solar system for a reasonable price nor can you feasibly switch to a woodstove for heat and no air conditioning in the summer. There are, however, a few common sense upgrades you can make to your house which really aren’t very expensive in the overall scheme of home ownership and will pay for [...]