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Sure Signs Your Siding is Past It’s Prime

Your siding is a vital component of your home’s exterior. It covers the largest part of your exterior walls, which means that aside from making your home look even more beautiful, it also provides an extra layer of protection against the elements. As crucial to the look and feel of your home is it is, however, siding is can be one of the most often neglected parts in most homes. Most homeowners don't even think about replacing their aging siding until a major issue is uncovere

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5 Fall Preparations That Will Reduce Your Winter Energy Usage

We might not like to here it, but another New England Winter is not too far off. That means homeowners throughout the area will soon be switching from air conditioning to heat and their energy bills will start to rise. But your energy bills don’t have to break the bank this year. Here are 5 helpful tips that you can do today that will better prepare your home for the coming Winter weather and the accompanying energy usage:

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Schedule Fall Roof Inspection Now!

As the summer slowly winds down and back-to-school shopping starts, the time has come to start preparing your home for Fall.

First step: schedule a roof inspection.

Once the kids are back in school and the leaves start to fall, it can be easy to forget about your roof. But scheduling a roof inspection for the coming Fall is a simple way to ensure that you have peace of mind going into Winter knowing th

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Colorful fall leaves in the gutter and on a roof

Can insulated siding really keep your home warmer and reduce energy loss?

Energy loss and home comfort go hand in hand. When the colder months return and you turn on your heating system, you want to be sure that you can afford to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home. But if your home is leaking energy, that is a costly proposition, no matter how you heat your home. According to the National Society of Heating and Ventilation Engineers, about 44% of the energy generated to heat or cool your home is lost through walls read more

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Summer is the Best Time to Schedule a Roof Inspection

Your roof has survived another long Fall and Winter in New England, but do you know if it has escaped unscathed? Having your roof inspected by a certified professional this Summer is the best way to uncover any glaring issues that could become more serious when the colder months return. These are some common issues that, once uncovered in a professional roof inspection, should be quickly addressed in order to ensure that your roof is prepared for any weather to come:

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