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How To Winterize Your Home With This 14 Point Checklist

How To Winterize Your Home With This 14 Point Checklist

Before the snow starts falling, it is essential to begin winterizing your home to keep it secure and safe. Winterizing refers to the tasks you take toward preparing your home for winter. Proper preparation keeps the cold out and protects your home from damage due to harsh weather conditions – freezing rain, snow, and sleet.

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How To Quickly Tell If Your Windows Are Bad & What To Do

How To Quickly Tell If Your Windows Are Bad & What To Do

Properly installed windows will last several years with minimal maintenance. However, your windows will ultimately succumb to the elements, calling for a new installation. So how do you know if your windows are bad? More importantly, how do to stop the damage and get the most from them? Homeowners and businesses looking to maintain the integrity of their windows have three solutions; preventative maintenance, repair, and replacement.

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How To Pick The Best Energy-Efficient Windows For Your Home

Windows account for up to 30% of residential energy use (heating and cooling). Therefore, energy-efficient windows are an essential consideration for your home. What’s more, taking steps to reduce energy loss through your existing windows makes your home comfortable. It will also save you money on energy bills.

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How Long Will The Windows Of Your Home Last?

How Long Will The Windows Of Your Home Last?

If you have been asking yourself various window-related questions like “how long do house windows last?” or “how often should windows be replaced?” you are in the right place. This article will point out what determines how long your windows can last as well as share ways to increase their lifespan.

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How Often Old Insulation Should Be Replaced – If Ever

How Often Old Insulation Should Be Replaced - If Ever

Reduce, reuse, recycle. These three Rs of conservation work great to cut down on waste. What about attic insulation? We know we should never reduce the amount we have, but should old insulation be replaced? If so, how often should insulation be replaced? Find answers fast, right here! 

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3 Disasters That Happen When You Ignore A Leaky Roof

Bad news: your roof is leaking. Worse news: you are not sure what to do about it. Many people respond to a leaky roof in the short term by sticking a bucket where the water is coming from, hoping it goes away soon. You may not even know who to call for a leaky roof or assume you can fix it yourself.

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4 Things To Consider When Making Your Roof Emergency Action Plan

person holding a lightbulb with the caption 4 Things To Consider When Making Your Roof Emergency Action Plan

No matter what time of year it is, it’s normal to want your home to be safe, warm, and cozy. Seasonal storms are intense and cause a lot of wear to any outdoor section of your home (but especially your roof). Whether it’s heavy rain, wind, or hail damage, it’s essential to have a roofing emergency action plan in place! 

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Why Some Roofs Are Blown Off During A Wind Storm

Why Some Roofs Are Blown Off During A Wind Storm

Severe weather events like wind storms can cause serious roof damage. In some cases, the wind is strong enough to cause the roof to separate from the rest of the home entirely. If you’re concerned about the integrity of your roof or are considering roof replacement, it’s advised to contact a roofing professional for guidance. Take a few moments to learn more about what makes a roof vulnerable to wind and how the issue can be addressed. Continue reading “Why Some Roofs Are Blown Off During A Wind Storm”