Once spring gives way to summer, there are a number of things that you need to do in order to ensure that your home is in good shape. Of course, by â€śhomeâ€ť we mean the structures on your property â€“ including the garage - and anything that they are attached to, such as your back deck, front porch, and any patios.
If you need replacement windows, but donâ€™t have a huge home improvement budget, then youâ€™ll need to find the most cost-effective solution.
Our framing team has and continues to work on new construction framing for many of the large and complex new homes being built throughout the Massachusetts and Connecticut areas. We continue to do work like this because of our reputation for being the best when it comes to new construction framing.
Are you thinking about redoing your windows and modernizing the exterior of your house? If so, then your windows are a good place to start. There are several interesting ways to modernize them while keeping the wood frame structure in place. Here are eight good options to start with.
Itâ€™s officially spring! Is your house ready for the summer months? Now is the time to do any routine maintenance. Once it gets too hot out, you wonâ€™t be able to do much outdoors beside run from the air-conditioned car into your air-conditioned house.
Your home siding needs to be cared for in the wintertime. Itâ€™s easy to think that just because itâ€™s not wood â€“ instead, itâ€™s a polymer-like material â€“ that you donâ€™t need to do anything to winterize it. However, this isnâ€™t the case at all.