Prolonging The Life Of Your Home's Vinyl Siding

If you had just had vinyl siding installed on your home's exterior, you are most likely enjoying the beauty it has added to the aesthetics of your abode. To keep vinyl siding looking sharp, there are several maintenance steps you can take to help it retain its favorable appearance. Here are some ways to keep your vinyl siding looking like new for years to come. Replace Falling Pieces Regularly walk around the exterior of your home to check that your siding panels are securely in place. [Read More]

Hurricane Windows Are Good For Any Homes

Hurricane windows are often referred to as storm or impact windows. The name implies that these windows are only necessary in areas the are subject to severe weather events, like hurricanes. However, this article shows that hurricane windows are great for homes in just about any climate. There are many great benefits to installing hurricane windows on your property, whether you live in Alaska or Southern California. You want to choose a window product that is durable and stylish, like vinyl. [Read More]

Don't Let Birds Damage Your Roof

Wildlife is a beautiful and intriguing thing to watch. However, when you have wildlife nesting around your home, these animals can quickly turn into pests. This is especially the case when they are living on your roof. Birds can make nest along your rafters, vents and gutters, causing serious issues. The Problem With Birds Something as small and seemingly innocent as a bird can cause a great deal of damage to your home's roof. [Read More]

How To Install Anchor Pieces On Your Home's Exterior

Adding siding to your home is a huge remodeling project--mainly because it will be completely changing the look of your home's exterior. It is a drastic remodel when it comes to the curb appeal of your property. However, this does not mean that it has to be a huge and expensive remodel. If you install vinyl siding, the project is actually quite affordable and easy. The project is definitely the most cost effective if you install the siding on your own. [Read More]