Increasing energy demands are forcing many homeowners to think of new ways to increase the overall energy efficiency of their homes. Solar roofs are an effective solution to make your home more sustainable and energy independent.
The roof is easily one of the sturdiest structures in your entire house. It has to be as it’s your first line of defense against rain, heat and inclement weather. While naturally durable and resilient, it can still get worn down over time. Thankfully, you can do something about it.
A lively home is an inviting one. However, design mistakes can suck the life out of your space. If you’re planning an interior remodeling project, Up and Above Contractors shares fresh ideas to energize your favorite rooms:
A solar roof is more of a luxury than a necessity, but it’s slowly becoming the norm. While it can be a significant expense, especially when your home needs structural modifications to support its added weight, it’s a worthwhile investment.
Up and Above Contractors is the leading remodeling company in our local area because of our wide range of home improvement services. We are one of the few companies able to provide residential solar energy services to our customers. Learn more about our Roof + Solar Combo Home Improvement Savings Plan here:
It’s important to hire a reputable siding contractor because siding installation mistakes can lead to premature siding failure and other issues. The quality of your siding depends on the quality of the company installing it. Today, Up and Above Contractors, the trusted siding and roofing contractor, talks about four signs of poor siding installation:
VELUX® skylights offer several aesthetic and practical benefits. But, what you may not know is that you can be eligible for up to 30% in federal tax credits when you have new VELUX skylights installed on your home. Up and Above Contractors is a roofing contractor that offers these energy-efficient skylights, and we’d like to tell you more about how you can benefit from them.
No matter how perfect you imagine your home improvement will be, things don’t always go as planned. However, the best way to minimize renovation stress is to manage your expectations, which you can’t do without having a good talk with your contractor.