Blog Posts to Help You

Heat Mirror Insulating Glass

Why Install Heat Mirror Glass? Heat Mirror™ insulating glass incorporating Heat Mirror films coated by Southwall Technologies was the world’s first commercially produced low-e glass. Since 1980, Heat Mirror insulating glass has been used around the world in structures ranging from single family homes to high profile projects for Fortune 500 …

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Getting Your Home In Shape For Summer

Time To Do A Little Spring Cleaning! Summer is on the way. Spring is a great time to get your home in shape for the summer. It’s temperate, breezy and comfortable weather both for working inside and outside. It’s no wonder we call it “Spring …

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Spring’s Biggest Threats To Your Home

Ah, Spring! Warmth, sunshine, and flowers.  Gone is the cold and sleet, and instead, we get gentle showers and temperate breezes. Despite that, Spring can be a deceptive time of year. It comes right on the heels of winter, a notoriously bad season for your …

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The Three Types Of Doors

Let’s talk about doors. Your front door is much more than an entrance to your home. It’s a feature element on the face of your house. It’s a portal for family, friends and guests, and, it’s protection. Choosing the right door could be a tough …

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Window Terminology

This week’s blog post is all about window terminology. We know the home renovation and remodeling business is chock-full of words that most people simply don’t understand, and we may use some terms that can be confusing to someone who doesn’t work in home improvement. …

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Document Your Home Improvements

“If a family is looking at two houses; yours and a comparable one, the difference between selling your home or not may be your documented home improvements.” Getting renovations done to your home is supposed to be an exciting and exuberant feeling. You can photograph …

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Your Roof and Milk: What’s The Difference?

Your roof and a gallon of milk may have more in common than you think. Your roof has a tough life – it endures the beating sun, the pouring rain, strong winds and torrential snow. Despite that, the roofs over our heads may easily fall …

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Preparing your Gutters for Spring

Gutters are your first line of defense against the wet. With spring quickly approaching, you can anticipate a large number of rain storms here in the northeast.  The last thing homeowners want to deal with after a long winter are leaky gutters.  As your roof’s …

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Roofing In New England

Long Winters, New Roofing? Not Quite Yet When living in New England the life expectancy of your roof is anticipated to be a bit lower when compared to homes in dryer or more temperate parts of the US. According to the National Roofing Contractors Association the …

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