What Are The Differences Between Seamless And Sectional Gutters?

If you're thinking about installing new gutters in your home this summer, one of the biggest decisions you'll have to make is whether to install seamless or sectional gutters. The more you know about the differences between sectional and seamless gutter systems, the better equipped you'll be to make the right decision for your home.  Construction Sectional gutters are sold in sections and put together in pieces that are constructed around the side of a house like parts of a puzzle. Read More 

Why You’ll Love Your Vinyl Windows

Installing new windows in your home is one of the most cost effective remodels you can invest in. With new windows, your home will get an interior and exterior upgrade at the same time. Of course, there are many different types of window styles and materials to choose from. One important thing you need to consider is the material of the frames. This article will explain why vinyl is a great material for windows frames. Read More 

Homeowner Tips For Keeping Your Rain Gutters In Good Condition

Keeping the rain gutters on the roof of your home in optimal shape can be a challenge if you don't dedicate some time towards maintenance. With the cost of installing new rain gutters being between $1000 to $2400, it's crucial that you take maintenance seriously. In order for your rain gutters to continue working great in the years to come without the need for any replacement, you'll want to explore the various steps involved with maintenance. Read More 

What Can Cause a Garage Door To Open Slowly Or Get Completely Stuck?

Garage doors and garage door opening systems don't typically require much maintenance, but they may require a little extra work if one or both of your doors is struggling to open or close. Symptoms of this problem are doors having difficulty opening and closing, getting stuck completely, and being noisy and squeaky. If the problem isn't immediately obvious you'll have to diagnose it yourself, but the good news is that you can also fix many problems yourself. Read More 

3 Landscape Ideas For A More Private Yard

You love your landscape, but you don't love the open invitation it seems to give to your neighbors and passersby. If you want your yard to feel more intimate and private, there are a few ways you can use landscaping design to accomplish a more seclusive appeal. Here are 3 ways you can use landscaping to make your property feel more private.   Create livable space If you want your private yard to have a secluded area where you can read, relax, or just watch the birds in the trees, you can have a section of your yard turned into a private 'room' of sorts. Read More