You should focus on your siding, the largest and most visible part of your exterior, if you want to maximize your curb appeal. Here are some tips to help you do just that.
Curb appeal and functionality, alongside added square footage, largely determine how much value a home addition adds to your property. Adding windows to a new home addition can help you enhance its curb appeal, but you must pick the right ones.
As a GAF Master Elite® roofing company, Up and Above Contractors can install the GAF Lifetime Roofing System on your home. It is a sustainable system that combines long-term protection against the elements with lasting aesthetics. In today’s blog post, we discuss the key components that make it a worthwhile investment.
Your outdoor deck is an important investment so it deserves proper maintenance. The use of a pressure washer is one way to help restore its overall appearance. But there are some steps that you need to remember when cleaning your deck using a pressure washer.
Solar panels have become more popular among homeowners due to the lower energy costs they offer as well as their cool roof capabilities. However, despite the advantages of going solar, there are still some who are a bit wary of adding solar panels to their home due to the rumor that they can cause a roof to heat up. However, the truth is actually far from that.
Designing a simple home addition is a difficult task on its own, but, surprisingly enough, a master suite can be even more difficult to design. This is because you want to make it as comfortable as possible, and that means getting the right size to make sure everything you need can fit in the addition. With that in mind, it’s important that you know what to consider in order to make your master suite addition work.
To support the framing, a remodeling company will often use load-bearing posts for decks and overheads, and each post must be placed in a base. A footing is typically a hole in the ground that extends below the frost line and is filled with concrete. Different building codes, climates and soil conditions may allow alternative footings, such as concrete or tamped earth piers.
The saying goes that first impressions matter the most. So, the front door is the place to start in terms of setting the tone and character of a home.
When people think about a roof, most of them just picture the shingles and the roof’s characteristic shape. Few talk about some of the lesser known but still important components. Today, experts from the leading home improvement company in the area talk about two of these components: the soffit and fascia.