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How Long Do Windows Last? A Homeowner’s Guide

The Ancient Romans were the first to use glass for windows. Back then, glass wasn’t very clear or smooth, but it let light through and lasted a while, which was good enough for them. Today’s windows are quite different. Have you ever wondered, “How long do windows last?” We have the answer! Read on to learn more

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Roofing, Siding and Gutters storm damage repair in Lafayette, IN
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Roofing, Siding and Gutters storm damage repair in Lafayette, IN

Lafayette, IN This project was completed in Lafayette, Indiana. The homeowners called us after a massive storm came through the area. When our inspector came out the entire home roof, siding, gutters and windows were destroyed by hail. We met their insurance adjuster out at the property and were able to get everything covered for

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roof problems
commercial

6 of the Most Common Commercial Roof Problems

Some commercial roofing can last as long as 40 years. As it happens, all roofs are prone to problems. Commercial roofing is especially susceptible to failure at some point. Leaves may clog your drainage, and holes may come from contracting and expanding. Leaving any problems you see could become worse over time. So it’s important to

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house repairs
home repair

Will Insurance Cover My House Repairs?

According to PolicyMap, U.S. homeowners would have had to spend $126.9 billion to cover the cost of home repairs in 2018. But even if you’re able to finance your house repairs, there’s a potential funding option that may be worth considering: Your homeowner’s insurance policy. Could this financial windfall cut your repair bill down to zero? Keep reading to find out.

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Residential

5 Important Things to Do if Your Roof Is Leaking

Did you know that most thunderstorms in Illinois occur from June through August? With that being said, it is important to make sure your home is prepared to handle these storms. Storms can cause many issues with your home, including leaks. Weather is one of the most common causes of leaks. Most people do not know

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Lafayette, IN Certainteed Siding & Gutter Repair
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Lafayette, IN Certainteed Siding & Gutter Repair

Lafayette, IN This project was completed in Lafayette, Indiana. The homeowner had damaged siding and gutters. We removed and disposed of the old siding, then installed house wrap and then installed brand new Certainteed Mainstreet vinyl siding with a limited lifetime warranty along with new 5” white gutters. The new siding on this home gives

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Hail Damage

9 Signs of a Damaged Roof

Did you know the roofing contractor industry is worth over $52 billion in the United States? With so many contractors to choose from, having a damaged roof isn’t the biggest deal, but it’s still important to have the problem fixed before things can get worse. That’s where knowing what to look for comes in handy.

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Damaged Siding Repair in Lafayette,IN
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Damaged Siding Repair in Lafayette,IN

Lafayette, IN This project was completed in Lafayette, Indiana. The homeowner had damaged siding and window trim. We removed and disposed of the old siding, then installed house wrap and brand new Certainteed Mainstreet vinyl siding with a limited lifetime warranty along with new aluminum window trim. The new siding on this home gives it

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residential siding
siding

The Ultimate Guide to Choosing Residential Siding

Did you know that certain types of residential siding can last decades? Of course, this is only if you take good care of your siding and choose the right kind of siding in the first place. Once your home’s siding starts to fall apart, all sorts of problems could start to happen.  That’s because your

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house windows

How to Measure for Replacement Windows in Older Homes

There are many gorgeous historic homes across America, but if you live in a historic or older home, you’ve probably realized they require a lot of upkeep. For one, older windows aren’t very efficient. If you live in a home with old, inefficient windows, replacing them with newer windows can save you a lot of

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