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Fall is here and you know what that means - winter is coming. Colder temperatures usually lead to higher energy bills. Your windows are a part of your home’s insulation. Old, warped, and drafty windows let your home’s heat escape. You wouldn’t keep an old, broken furnace would you? Replacing your windows can save you a lot of money in the long run. Take a minute or two to see if your windows show any of these warning signs.
Ice dams are certainly not a fun winter project that a homeowner wants to tackle. They can damage your home inside and out and leave you with expensive fixes.
Every year, ice dams—a build-up of ice over the eaves of a roof—are a familiar sight in from December through March, but it doesn’t have to be that way. A little prevention now can help homeowners avoid big problems later.
It’s not really winter in Minnesota until we get our first call for an ice dam removal.
Siding replacement has the highest payback rate of any home improvement in 2014, recouping 78%-87% of its cost, on average.
Source: Remodeling Magazine, 2014
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, the trees are budding and your home’s exterior is screaming for a little tender loving care.