2018 Common Window Design Trends

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

What do your windows say about your home? Colorado is known for its beautiful landscape and as a homeowner, you want to showcase the beauty of Colorado and your home. However, you may not know where to start when it comes to common window design trends that will not only showcase the beautiful Colorado landscape, […]

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How Fiber Cement Siding Prepares You for Winter

Monday, September 17, 2018

Homeowners in Colorado are used to harsh winter weather. However, many homeowners do not realize their homes need to be prepared for Winter. Homeowners in Colorado have many ways to winter-proof their homes against the harsh elements. One of the most important improvements for preparing your home for Winter is fiber cement siding. Most home […]

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Why Fiber Cement Is Better Than Other Sidings

Saturday, September 08, 2018

Most homeowners are familiar with vinyl, cedar-shake or even stucco siding. However, there’s a new siding in town Colorado homeowners may not know about: fiber cement siding. For homeowners in the Denver area, this siding is a vast improvement over other siding for several reasons. Type There are many different types of exterior siding on […]

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6 Window Maintenance Tips to Complete Before the Fall

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

With Fall right around the corner, it’s time for Colorado homeowners to start thinking about window maintenance. Summer is the perfect time to take care of your windows before Fall. The best way to ensure windows are properly maintained before Fall is to follow these six tips. 1. Replace Weather Stripping Colorado weather can damage […]

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Difference Between Sliding Windows and Crank Windows

Monday, July 30, 2018

Have you been thinking about replacing your worn-out wooden windows? When shopping for replacement windows, it is important for Denver, Colorado homeowners to know the difference between sliding windows and crank windows. Harsh Colorado winter weather can wreak havoc on homeowners’ windows. Knowing the best window to replace damaged windows can save homeowners time and […]

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Is My Roof Leaking?

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

One of the maintenance issue many Colorado homeowners have is roof leaks. Colorado weather can damage roofs and cause minor to major leaks. Knowing the signs of a roof leak will save homeowners thousands of dollars in home repair costs. Brown water stains on the ceiling A sure sign of a roof leak is brown […]

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6 Unknown Benefits of Vinyl Siding

Tuesday, July 03, 2018

When considering an exterior home improvement, Colorado homeowners should consider vinyl siding. There are many benefits of vinyl siding, such as never having to paint. However, there are also six unknown benefits of siding homeowners need to be aware of when investing in vinyl siding. 1. Helps Lower Utility Costs Winter and Summer can cost […]

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Home Siding Works with All Kinds of Designs

Sunday, July 01, 2018

When considering siding for your home, Colorado homeowners need to know that siding works with all kinds of designs. Siding for the home is offered in many different types that give homeowners several options that fit with different designs. When choosing design elements to compliment siding, homeowners must take into consideration the varying Colorado weather. […]

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Why Summer Is Often Home Improvement Season

Friday, June 29, 2018

Are you considering a home improvement project? Many Colorado homeowners consider home improvements to their home. However, they may not realize Summer is often home improvement season and the best time to get any type of work done on their home. There are usually two reasons homeowners begin home improvement projects in the Summer: bad […]

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Dealing with Wind and Storm Damage in Denver

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Seasonal storms along with strong winds in Colorado can wreak havoc on older windows. Storms filled with hail and damaging winds can leave homeowners vulnerable to thousand dollars’ worth of damage. If damage occurs to your glass-paned windows due to hail, failing tree limbs or strong winds there are several things you can do. Safety […]

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