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What To Look For As New Home Owners

What To Look For As New Home Owners

It’s no secret that in 2022, it’s a seller’s market and new home owners are fighting to get their foot in the door. Getting into a new home may seem harder than ever for the younger generation. Meanwhile, current and existing owners are choosing to remain and reinvest in their current homes. Home improvement projects […]

How Does Inclement Weather Affect Your Roof?

How Does Inclement Weather Affect Your Roof?

Severe weather can take a toll on your home, especially your roof. Whether suddenly or over time, inclement weather can wear away at this pricey investment that keeps you safely indoors. Roofing companies in Sandy Springs can repair the damage and even help you file a claim with your insurance company to cover the damage, […]

6 Signs Your Roof Needs Replacement

6 Signs Your Roof Needs Replacement

For something that hangs over our heads so often, we tend to take our roofs for granted. A well made and correctly installed roof can last you decades, but that doesn’t mean they can’t incur damage. Here are a few of the more common signs that you can use to diagnose your ceiling-situation! 1. Water/Storm […]

Window Trends For 2022

Window Trends For 2022

The latest window trends for your home transformation. Trends can be fashionable, innovative, or practical, and sometimes all the above. This is certainly true of what we see in windows. With 2021 being another “at home” year, it makes perfect sense that homeowners have been thinking about ways to transform their homes. 2022 may be […]

Which Home Improvement Projects Have The Largest Return On Investment?

Which Home Improvement Projects Have The Largest Return On Investment?

When it comes to home improvement projects, they can be expensive. Whether you are working on a project you “want to do” versus a project that you “need to do”, at the end of the day it’s going to have a dollar sign next to it. Homeowners tend to lean towards upgrades around the house […]

Maintaining Your Home’s Siding

Maintaining Your Home’s Siding

Your home’s siding keeps your home attractive. Not only does it provide curb appeal, but it also provides protection from the elements. The key to long-lasting, beautiful, durable siding is proper maintenance. Maintaining minimal effort and attention go a long way, and it can also help your siding perform its best. Different types of siding […]

Storms and Damage To Your Home

The most recent storm that passed through left a wake of damage and flooding to our homes and surrounding area. Whether you found yourself affected by the storm or not, it is important to recognize damage associated with the storm and what it could mean for your home. This damage can come from heat, storms, […]

Window Condensation And What It Means

So… What Is Condensation And Why Are You Seeing It On Your Windows? Condensation is when moisture in the air collects on a surface in small water droplets. This build-up can be particularly noticeable on your home’s windows. This can be normal, but it can also indicate an underlying problem.  Condensation will collect on a […]

Gutter Season

Gutters look to be a minor part of a home exterior, but they actually do a lot of work. Did you know a rainstorm can exert around 1,000 pounds of pressure on a roof? Well, the gutters are there to displace that pressure; up to 600 pounds in fact! While they prevent the rainwater from […]

How to Choose the Right Siding Color for Your Home

Choosing a siding color for your home can be a big decision. It’s right in the public eye of passersby and you want it to look the best it can be. Don’t panic though, we are here to help make this decision a little easier. Here are some things to consider when choosing a color […]

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