Wood window trim that needs replacement

Signs your wood window frames are rotting

Wood windows are a great choice for adding a rustic feel to your home. However, they’re susceptible to rot, especially with poor maintenance and care. Here are some signs that show your wood windows are rotting. When you touch your window frames, they feel soft and spongy. Your window frames have discoloration. Your window paint…
Insulating siding saves you money

Painted weathered siding versus replacing

Is your siding looking dull and weathered? Hire a siding company that also offers painting services. New paint gives your home exterior a fresh look without costing a lot of money. Painting over wood or aluminum siding costs 60% less than replacing your siding — the price varies depending on how many coats your home…
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What is trim capping?

Trim capping is a sturdy material that simulates the exterior’s original color and finish look. Vinyl is specially cut and formed to blend with the trim’s profile, then set over the top of it. The smooth cover complements the exterior’s elements and gives a freshened-up appearance. A wood window, door, or fascia trim gets encased…

Two great uses for retractable screens

Retractable screens are great for dealing with two problems that we often encounter here in Colorado. The first is those pesky insects that can invade your home at certain times of the day and year. Retractable screens provide the protection when you need it, but can then be stowed away (there’s even a motorized option)…
Vinyl siding and trim around light fixture

How to prevent vinyl siding damage

Vinyl is a durable siding material that you can install in your home to improve its appearance and increase its value. However, despite its strength and durability, vinyl siding isn’t immune to damage. For example, poor maintenance and care and extreme weather conditions can cause it to wear and tear. Here are ways you can…
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