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Why is it a Good Investment to Replace Your Windows?

installation of new windows

You probably already realize how much money energy-efficient new windows can save you on energy bills. You spend far less on heating and cooling when you replace your windows. You likely also know how much quieter your house may become, and how you will hear...

US Regions Favor Different Siding Materials

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Here in the great Midwest, we work with vinyl siding more than any other material. It is ideal for wrapping our homes through chilling snowstorms and sun-scorching heatwaves alike. The advantages of vinyl siding are manifold. Prices have decreased for vinyl siding as production techniques...

Man Takes Video of His Roof Blowing Off and Away

tornado and storms

A television station based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, recently aired footage of a warehouse losing its roof in a storm. The video, taken by the young business owner who was renting the warehouse, shows high winds stripping off the roof of the building, and then...

How is Vinyl Siding Made?

new siding on home

Siding is made in two layers. The top layer and the bottom layer are made from different materials, though they are primarily PVC, or Polyvinyl Chloride. These two layers of PVC are extruded together. Extrusion is a process used to make any material that has...

Four Facts About Your Roof That You May Not Know

roofline gable

You probably do not climb up onto your roof very often. (We roofing professionals generally do not encourage it.) Since you are not up there, you likely do not have intimate knowledge of what is up there. No worries! We have you covered. Here are...

Siding Your Home: Vinyl vs. Wood

home siding

The Washington Post ran a Q&A with Tim Carter this past June 16, 2020, and it was intriguing to see his perspective on the wood vs. vinyl debate. Tim Carter is a pro home-builder, and he hosts a podcast at AskTheBuilder.com. He comes from a...

Roofing Companies Cannot Pay Your Deductible For You

mismatched roofing shingles

In Texas, a law has taken effect making it illegal for roofing contractors to waive deductibles for roofing repairs. These insurance deductibles are often written into insurance contracts. And since the insurance company often pays the roofing contractor based on a property insurance claim, avoiding...

Box Gutters: Do They Work Better? Worse?

Older houses around Cincinnati sometimes have box gutters. These are “hidden gutters,” in a way. They are part of the roof structure, rather than hanging off like more modern designs. These box gutters are also very wide, which means they do not clog as easily....

Rain is for Flowers: Three Ways to Keep it Out of your Living Room!

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Ah, the pitter-patter of rainfall on a spring night. The smell of  fresh rain in the morning, and the sparkle as it glistens off of the grass. The feel of a light, cool drizzle on your hand on a sweltering summer afternoon. But rain can...

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