It’s always a good idea to complete your home improvements by fall because working outside will become difficult in winter. Accomplishing repairs and upgrades will also improve your home’s energy efficiency so you don’t experience significant changes in your HVAC costs.
At Homecraft Inc., our roofers and window installers only use high-quality products from leading providers. Some of our manufacturers use argon gas fills in thermal windows, also known as insulated glass units (IGU). They either have two or three panes of glass with a sealed space in between which is filled with gas.
Various sectors in the construction industry are expected to experience significant growth in the near future. The increase in residential and non-residential construction and infrastructure activities influences the demand for new siding as well as replacement windows. According to a recent market research report, the siding market is predicted to grow from $72.9 billion in 2019 to 93.4 billion by 2024.
ProVia launched its new Grout Color Visualizer to let homeowners mix and match stone and styles with grout options. The tool is very easy to use, with just three simple steps.
If functionality was the only important criteria of good replacement windows, then any average Joe can simply slap a sheet of glass to a hole in their wall and call it a day. Luckily, most homeowners value form as well. The debate of whether which carries more weight is a discussion for another time. Suffice it to say, equal parts of form and function combine to make the perfect window.
Sometimes, common problems occur in areas where you least expect them. For roofs, this could be moisture damage from poor attic ventilation. For windows, it could be a failure of the caulk and weatherproofing seal. For doors, the door frame could be the culprit. Experts like roofers, technicians and general handymen are equipped to properly identify the problem areas and apply an effective solution.
Many homeowners know that unwanted water and moisture are their roofing system’s number one enemy. Moisture can rot wood, corrode metal and start a whole list of other problems on your shingles. But a lot of people still don’t understand how exactly moisture causes all these issues and where it even comes from. Believe it or not, your home is vulnerable not just to rainwater but also to indoor humidity.