While you’ve likely heard the importance of weatherstripping your home before, you may not have heard the details on how to get it done or why it’s actually important. After all, there are different methods and products floating around that make the process less than clear to someone who hasn’t done this before. Thankfully, weatherstripping […]
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Jim Amos Contracting is in the business of improving homes. Therefore, we’re here to deliver some home maintenance tips. Each season presents different tasks to tackle to ensure that your home is at its best. What fall maintenance should have your attention? Let’s take a look at five valuable fall home maintenance tips!
Roofs need maintenance. It’s inevitable. Wear and tear happen over time, and your roof has an integral part in keeping your home protected from the elements. Is your roof winter-ready? Winter is creeping up, and you want to ensure that your roof is at its best. Here are a few critical tips.
Eventually, you will need to replace your roof. But before you do that, you might be able to simply remove the bad parts. Here are some tips on how to do that.
The outside of your home can really take a beating. Extreme heat, extreme cold, rain, sleet, snow, ice, high winds, and other types of extreme weather will do a lot to wear down your roofing and siding over the years. When it’s time to replace roofing and siding, consider an upgrade that will boost your […]
Labor Day has come and gone and summer is coming to an end. How does your home’s exterior look? Get your home ready for fall and boost its curb appeal today! Here’s how.
Summer is not the time you usually spend considering your chimney, but it’s the perfect time to give it a good cleaning. A dirty chimney can lead to a variety of problems including a sooty, smoky interior and dangerous chimney fires. The end of summer is the perfect time to give your chimney some extra […]
Brr, it’s cold outside! Instead of piling yet another blanket on top of yourself while you sit on the couch, try experimenting with other ways of staying warm this winter. Here are some of our favorite simple ways to stay warm without spending a lot of money.