The Homeowner's Guide to Exterior Care

Identify when it's time to replace or repair your roof, gutters, siding, or other parts of your home to protect its value and keep it in optimal condition.

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Roofing Resources

Missing Shingles

Missing shingles are a common roofing problem caused by weather damage or age, which can cause water seepage and damage to the roof and underlying structure. Replacing missing shingles is an important part of roof maintenance to ensure a roof's longevity and integrity.

Siding Resources

Old and Loose Siding Pannels

Old and missing siding panels are panels that have either become worn over time or have been removed from a structure, leaving them exposed to the elements. They can cause damage to the underlying structure, as well as reduce the home's overall aesthetic appeal. Replacing these panels can help restore the home's exterior while providing additional protection from the elements.

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Chimney Caps

When to replace chimney caps

A chimney cap should be replaced when it is damaged, rusted, or missing. A functioning chimney cap helps keep water, debris, and animals from entering the chimney, and can help improve the efficiency of your fireplace.

Gutter Systems Resources

Gutter Manteinance

Gutter cleaning is an important part of home maintenance as it helps to prevent water damage. By keeping gutters clean and free of debris, it allows for proper water flow and reduces the risk of water backup, which can cause damage to roofs, walls, and foundations. Additionally, clean gutters can help reduce the risk of pest infestations.

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Windows replacements
Windows Replacements

Choosing the correct windows for your home

When choosing the right windows for your home, it is important to consider factors such as energy efficiency, security, cost, noise reduction, and aesthetic appeal. Consider the climate you live in and the type of home you have to determine the best material for your windows and the style that will best complement your space. Consider window treatments and consider the amount of natural light and ventilation that you need for your home.

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