From gutters to replacement windows, as a new homeowner, there’s no doubt that there are some things about your home about which you don’t have a clue. It’ll come to you eventually, but for now, it’s okay if you have no idea how to go about taking care of your home. That’s what we’re here for: to help and guide you.
A 2014 study reveals that better energy efficiency is one of the preferences of American homeowners. Up to 65% of respondents were not happy with the energy performance of their home, and 90% have taken measures to reduce gas and electric consumption in the past five years.
Vinyl siding covers the exterior walls of 3 out of 10 American homes. Introduced in the 1950s as an alternative to aluminum and wood options, its popularity continues to soar with no end in sight. Although affordability is its biggest claim to fame, it’s not the main reason why it’s the darling of discerning homeowners.
Fall is one of the better seasons for home improvement. And if you ask professionals like Pritchett Bros, you should prioritize exterior projects to winter proof your home and increase its curb appeal for the holidays. Having said that, be sure to focus on these improvements:
Your home faces extreme temperatures, strong winds and heavy rain fall every year, and to ensure its protection against the elements, you should consider investing in timely home improvement projects. If not, your home may be at risk for water damage, an extensive and costly issue.