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Yearlong Siding Guide: Tips and Tricks for Every Season

Yearlong Siding Guide: Tips and Tricks for Every Season

Every season brings about different conditions that can affect your home’s siding, which means maintenance should also vary. But how do you know when to tackle each task? We make it easy by breaking down the top tips by season in this infographic. By following these simple tips, you’ll be on your way to maintaining beautiful siding year-round. Here are some infographic highlights. (more…)

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4 Steps to Balance Trending and Traditional Styles During a Renovation

Since the exterior of your home is always on display, you must consider a significant number of factors when planning a remodel. To begin the process, homeowners should ask themselves three questions: “What’s the current style of my home, what’s trending now and what types of designs will ensure my home remains aesthetically appealing for years to come?” (more…)

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Questions to Ask Your Remodeler About Building Materials

Building products can be a bit of a gray area for homeowners who are embarking on their first remodeling project. While picking out some elements of an exterior remodel, such as colors and stone accents, is exciting for many people, it can be more difficult to know which choice to make when it comes to selections such as siding. However, it’s important to make the right decision regarding the fundamental elements of your home. These fundamentals will ensure a solid, easy-maintenance house that stays that way for many years. (more…)

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Aging in the Right Place: 5 Ways to Make Your Home Livable for Longer

Do you plan to stay in your home as you grow older, continuing to live in a familiar environment and bringing in help as you need it? If so, you’re in good company. An AARP report reveals that most Americans over 50 say they would like to “age in place.” However, the same study found that seniors whose homes do not meet their physical needs well as they grow older are less likely to want to remain in their current home as long as possible (62 percent versus 95 percent). (more…)

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