Protect your Exterior Doors

Fall is a good time to walk around your home’s exterior and see where energy efficiency improvements can be made. Protecting your entry doors and extending their lifespan is vital year-round, but it becomes even more important during the winter… Read More »

Benefits of Composite Siding

When purchasing new siding for your home, consider installing composite siding. Through the years, technology has greatly improved composite siding and offers customers a wider range of siding products. The appeal is you can purchase wood-like siding such as cedar… Read More »

Storing Your Patio Furniture for the Winter

Regardless of how sturdy, even an ironwork patio set or all-weather outdoor furniture will last longer if it is put away after the summer is over. Storing seasonal items is also good for your siding in particular and the backyard… Read More »

What You should know about Roof Inspections

Now that we’re heading into fall and winter is waiting for us, fall home maintenance should soon be in full swing. If you’re planning to clean the gutters and downspouts, why not include some roof maintenance? Especially if the roof… Read More »

Simple Upgrades to Increase Your Home’s Value

More homeowners are opting to do renovations in the fall and winter months because it can be a cost-effective way to stretch a remodel budget – depending on the type of renovation, contractors are often less busy during October, November… Read More »

Fall Maintenance Tips for Your Siding

Taking care of your siding ensures that it looks good and will keep your home protected all year-round. It’s the outer shell, if you will, of the house’s building envelope. When siding becomes streaked, worn or damaged it can really… Read More »

How to Deal with a Bad Backyard View

Bringing the outdoors in is a popular way of maximizing your backyard and improving your family’s health and sense of well-being. But what if the backyard is the last place you want to spend time because all you see is… Read More »

Window Problems You’ll want to fix by Winter

The most common reason homeowners replace their windows is because their old windows are drafty and not energy-efficient. However, there are other problems that could just as easily affect your home’s energy efficiency, safety, and curb appeal. Here are some… Read More »

How to Clean Siding without a Pressure Washer

An easy and (almost) effortless way to boost curb appeal is to spruce up your home’s exterior. Especially if the siding hasn’t received any TLC in a while, people will focus on the dingy aspects and not on the good… Read More »

Is a Glass Front Door the Right Choice for Your Home?

A new front door sets the tone for your home’s exterior. It also boosts curb appeal and makes a good first impression on visitors. You see them everywhere – entry doors made entirely of glass – and you like how… Read More »