It has been a long time coming, but, you have finally decided to tackle your roofing, siding and window projects! Verifying that your contractors are bonded, insured and licensed is arguably the most important step in planning your home improvement projects.
Apples are on the trees, leaves are changing color and hot coco is served. This can only mean one thing...fall is quickly approaching! With the change of season, comes a change in weather. These next few months are a great time to do some maintenance on the areas of your home that were neglected in the warm, summer months. Accomplishing small home tasks can go a long way for the chilly months ahead.
Is it time to replace your windows? How do you know when the time is right?
Replacing vinyl windows not only adds beauty and style to your home but adds value and comfort. Windows with a high-quality frame and double panes (for insulation) can also save you up to 48% on your monthly heating and cooling bills. Replacing your windows can reduce heating and cooling costs, improve your home's appearance, reduce outside noise and increase the security of your home.
You've started to notice the condition of the siding on your home is looking "well-loved" and maybe even a little worn down. Siding upkeep is one of the most forgotten about and neglected tasks of home improvement to-do lists. However, siding is one of the most critical elements to the curb appeal of your home! Maintaining your siding is easier than you think here are some reasons why you should clean the siding of your home.
Home improvement projects are easier to accomplish with an incentive. Beyond improving the livability, appearance, curb appeal and overall condition of your space, home improvement ventures can add incredible value to your home! Whether you are planning on moving in the future or staying in your home for years to come, renovations and updates are always a beneficial investment.
You’ve determined the work that needs to be done may be more than you can tackle on your own and would be better suited for a home exteriors contractor. Not all home exteriors contractors are made equally. Here are the five most important questions to ask before you hire a home exteriors contractor.