It is a common misconception that exterior home improvement projects can only be done outside of the winter months. Michigan indeed has a reputation for some brutal winters, but that doesn’t mean that the work cannot be performed. Most people wait for peak season to replace their roofing, siding, and windows, which makes the wait time much longer. It can be frustrating to wait 8-12 weeks to replace your home’s siding, so we’re here to clear up the myth that these exterior home projects cannot be done in the dead of winter.
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.
Vinyl siding continues to prove itself as a durable solution for Michigan homes. While there are many kinds of siding options with different materials and styles, vinyl siding is a popular choice considering the weather fluctuations we experience in Michigan. So, what makes vinyl siding so great and why do we recommend it at Exteriors of Lansing?
Winter coats are out of storage, Thanksgiving Day preparations have begun and you’re heating up the fireplace. This can only mean one thing: winter is almost here. As Michigan residents, snow (and lots of it) is familiar to us. While our homes are built to withstand brutal winter weather conditions, there are still some proactive ways to further protect your home. Putting aside a few hours to check your roof, windows and doors before the snow storms hit can save hundreds of dollars in future damage. Here are some great ways to prep your home for the Michigan winter months!