With spring on its way, homeowners should begin to check their home’s structure to see if any replacements should be made, like installing seamless gutters, or even investing in a new deck design. For the latter, here are a few key differences between composite decking and pressure-treated wood decks:
As your home improvement contractor, we do more than just replace and repair your roof. That structure is just one of the integral components of your exterior space. The windows play a similar role as the roof in that they also establish the exterior looks of your home while also providing your property natural insulation and ventilation.
One of the best home improvement projects for the new year is to find a reliable roofing contractor to ensure your house’s structural integrity. For projects that involve giving your home a new makeover, consider repainting your front doors with this year’s trendiest colors. Some options include:
Gutters may be a comparatively small part of your home’s exterior, yet they protect your home from potential disasters caused by unrouted rainwater. Traditional sectional gutters are fine, but if you want the best for your home, invest in seamless gutters. Exterior Source shares the reasons why:
If your winters are characterized by uncomfortably cold days and increasingly high energy bills, your windows may be part of the problem. Exterior Source offers energy-efficient replacement windows from Joyce Manufacturing Co., and in this blog, we’ll tell you more about their new Heritage series windows.
Roof replacement is arguably the most important home improvement project you will undertake, so it’s important to choose a roofing system that will reliably protect your home from the elements. As a GAF Master Elite® contractor, we offer the full range of GAF roofing products that feature Advanced Protection® Technology. Read on as Exterior Source shares a closer look at how this technology helps protect your home.
Of all forces of nature, wind is the perhaps the most dangerous to your roof. Even the code-compliant roofs are not safe from powerful gales and sustained gusts. If violent winds don’t tear your roof apart, they can send hefty debris, like huge tree limbs, flying into your home.
Low-E (low-emissivity) coatings are super-thin layers of metallic oxide applied to window glass to boost the thermal properties of the unit. As a key innovation that helped develop today’s high-performance products, you can’t find an ENERGY STAR®-certified window without them.