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What are Impact-Resistant Shingles?

When you live in an area that regularly experiences severe storms, you need to make sure that your roof is as protected as possible. Hail and wind damage to your roof can lead to a host of other issues within your home, such leaks and mold -- both of which can be a costly headache to deal with. One of the best ways to protect your home against hail and wind damage is to outfit…

Why You Need to Keep Your Gutters Free from Debris

Let’s face it...no one likes cleaning gutters. While it is a simple task, it can be messy and even a little frustrating, especially in the colder months. But neglecting this chore can lead to more than just a little pooling of water along the edge of your house. In fact, clogged gutters can cost you a small fortune in repairs if they’re left unattended for too long. 1699

Unique Window Trends for 2021

If you've been spending a lot more time at home (like most of us are these days), then you've probably started to notice how those old windows of yours are making your house look outdated. If you're thinking about transforming your home, there are a few unique window trends for 2021 that can help you to achieve your renovation dreams. Whether you are looking for something practical or hoping to upgrade your look with a…

Do I Need 5” or 6” Gutters?

In recent years, more and more homeowners are making the switch from the standard 5-inch gutter to the oversize or commercially-sized 6-inch gutter. With that in mind, you may be wondering if the larger gutter size would benefit your home or if you would be better off sticking with the industry standard. 1688

Aluminum or Hardie Board: 3 Ways to Decide

Every homeowner has different needs when it comes to siding. There are plenty of options out there, but most homeowners pick aluminum or Hardie board siding. So is it best to go with aluminum siding or Hardie board? Today, we’re going to give you three ways to decide! 1680

5 Ways to Make Your Roof Last Longer

Your roof is one of the most important features of your home. A healthy roof protects your family from the elements, insulates your home, helps you save on energy costs, and enhances curb appeal. With so many important roles, homeowners should take extra special care to maintain this structure. Any damage should be immediately repaired to prevent additional issues in the future and make your roof last longer. 1676

What to Do When Your Windows Get Foggy

Sure, foggy windows in your home are annoying, but they may also be an indication of a larger problem. If you notice fog in your windows, this is usually a sign of poor insulation. 1674