Why Vinyl Windows Are Great for Your Home

During the cold fall and winter months, the last thing you want is a cold draft peeking through your windows. Vinyl windows are resistant to rainy, hot, and cold weather conditions. Maryland and its surrounding areas experience many different weather conditions, and the material used to make these windows will not conform. As colder weather […]

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Shingle Roofing And Its Benefits

Summer can be really hard on your home, between the blistering heat and sunshine that bleaches paint and overtaxes your HVAC, to the occasional summer storms (or even hurricanes and tornados) that bring down branches and sometimes whole trees. It’s no wonder that the late summer and early fall is a busy time for roof […]

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Why Metal Roofing May Be Great for Your Home

If you’re looking to replace your roof, you might be amazed by how many different options are available on the market. When you look around, almost every roof you see is probably a traditional shingle roof, except those homes with specialty roofing. Metal is the most common type of specialty roofing on the market followed […]

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Summertime Roof Maintenance

Is your roof ready for the warm summer season? In fact, now that we are here in the thick of it, it might mean that you start noticing certain aspects of your roof that might need some tender love and care. The reality is, there are so many ways you can tackle roof issues effectively […]

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Why Your New Home Needs a Sun Tunnel

If you’re planning to custom build or remodel a home, you’re probably spending a lot of time daydreaming about all of the features you’d love to have. When you picture the finished rooms, how many of them are filled with warm, natural light? Most people want a way to allow natural light into their many […]

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Modified Roofing and Its Benefits

The roof above your head may not be one that you spend a good deal of time thinking about. If you’re looking into getting it repaired or replaced, however, get ready to take a deep dive into a world of options you may not have known exists. While you can have a large variety of […]

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Window Replacement: Signs It’s Time

Window replacement is a worthy consideration, particularly if your windows affect your home’s energy performance and comfort levels. Damaged and outdated windows can’t take care of these things effectively. When this occurs, window replacement is vital. Here are telltale indicators that it’s time to replace your windows.  Evident Damage You can keep your family and […]

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Why Roof Cleaning Is Necessary

If you are a homeowner then you understand the importance of having a clean roof — or at least you should. In fact, as soon as the siding of your home starts to get a bit dusty and dirty, then you might need a good power washing — and it might mean that your roof needs […]

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How Long Will the Average Kitchen Remodel Take?

How Long Will the Average Kitchen Remodel Take?

One of the first things homeowners inquire about a kitchen remodel is, “How long will it take?” An approximate completion date comes with many factors and considerations because no kitchen remodeling process is the same. When a homeowner understands the project’s overall scope, this results in a more precise completion time. Some questions to ask […]

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Telltale Signs It’s Time for a Door Replacement

Door replacement adds value to a home. Doors serve a vital function in any home and can experience a lot of wear and tear. Beautiful and durable exterior doors enhance curb appeal and security. As you accidentally hit grocery bags against the door or when inclement or humid weather occurs, doors face their fair share […]

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