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Siding, Soffits, Fascia.

We replace gutters.

Finish those projects.

We remodel & build too.


So much of our warm weather or summer business is fixing siding. Often shady parts of homes have a snow load. That is a good thing because your place is keeping heat in. But unfortunately when there is snow load or an accumulation of snow on areas of your roof it means more maintenance. Snow spending a couple weeks or months up against your siding means you really need to inspect it and see if your caulking and paint are holding up in those areas. They can go bad way before your whole exterior needs to be repainted. Other types of siding can crack or Ive even seen siding melt from an outdoor grill that was too close to the siding.

Exterior Home Services

Repair, Install, Clean, Replace & More

The outside of your house is often the first impression of your household. Maintaining the exterior of your home and its structural integrity can also prevent more costly repairs in the long run. From gutter cleaning to siding repair and more, is the convenient, one-call solution to all of your exterior home projects-big and small.

  • Gutter Cleaning & Gutter Repair

    Expert replacement removes can redirect rain water away from your home's foundation, soffits and fascia. We also repair gutters that have been damaged by the wind, ice and falling tree limbs. Another solution would be to install gutter guards. Lots of homeowners invest in gutter guards to eliminate the need for seasonal gutter cleaning. technicians are experienced installers of the gutter guard product of your choice. One call will help you complete that growing to-do list.

  • Soffit, Fascia & Siding Repair

    When storms, children or something else damages your siding, it’s not just a curb appeal issue, but a structural integrity issue. When insects, dry rot and water damage your wood, home improvement professionals repair or replace damaged boards, fascia and soffits, protecting your home and restoring visual appeal. Our insured professionals can make the issue disappear without a trace, no matter the type of siding you have:

    • Vinyl Siding

    • Wood Siding

    • Brick Siding

    • Stucco Siding

    • Stone Siding

  • Inclement Weather Preparedness

    Although you can never prevent winter weather, there are steps that you can take to prepare for it. Instead of adding all of those items to you to-do list, add it to ours! We can add proper insulation throughout your home and even inspect your roof. We’ll make sure you’re ready for winter!

  • Stucco Repair

    Make the stucco on your home last for years with our repair and maintenance services. If you have noticed cracks or other signs of deterioration, just give us a call. Not only can we come to your home and repair any stucco damage, but we can also address any problems with hard water coming through your plumbing system. This can help prevent damage to your home’s plumbing, as well as future leaks or wall damage.

  • Awning Installation

    A new fixed or retractable awning can change your deck or patio into an enjoyable open-air gathering place for friends and family. Awnings are a simple tool that can protect yourself and your furniture from harmful UV rays while supplying a relief from the heat.


Six Most Common Exterior Home Repairs

As a homeowner, you likely take pride in every aspect of it: Landscaping, shiny gutters, picturesque front door and windows, a white picket fence. But in addition to all the things which make your home a reflection of who you are, there’s also a list of items that require regular upkeep and the occasional repair.

In order to keep your home’s value, structural soundness, and curb appeal, it’s important to be aware of which repairs are essential.

Most Common Exterior Home Repairs

1. Siding Cleaning and Repair

Siding serves several purposes: It makes your home look beautiful, it promotes energy efficiency, and keeps external moisture away. But much like everything else, they don’t last forever. Depending on their material, they could last anywhere between 20 and 40 years. If you’re not sure whether you have to repair it yet, keep an eye out for the following signs: Water stains, cracks on the surface, cracking caulking, expanding siding, sagging paneling, bubbling or peeling exterior paint, or mold.

2. Roof Cleaning and Repair

Depending on the materials used for your roof, its lifespan could be between 20 to 30 years. If you haven’t been keeping track of it, conduct regular inspections for signs it’s time for repairs or replacement. These include standing water on top of your roof, water leaks, water stains on your ceiling, mold growth, or missing shingles. If you have an attic, go up there and see if there’s any sunlight filtering through. Bring a flashlight or lantern along to check for any water marks.

3. Gutters

Maintaining your gutters should be at the top of your list. While they compose a small portion of your home, keeping water at bay is essential to prevent mold, rotting wood, leaks, and bug infestations. Every three months, use a spade to clean debris stuck in your gutters and hose them down afterwards. If they have any cracks, are sagging or rusted, it’s time to replace them.

4. Window frames

Window frames are often overlooked. Generally speaking, they could last between 20 and 40 years, depending on the materials. However, there are many variables that could shorten that time frame, such as pressure washing, environmental factors, condensation, or poor installation. When they are damaged, your home will become drafty and your energy bills will increase. Inspect them once a year for any of the following signs they need to be repaired: It feels drafty around the windows, it’s difficult to open or close the windows, there are cracks on the panes or frames, water leaks when it rains, or there is condensation between the panes.

5. Peeling Paint

Keeping your home freshly painted ensures its curb appeal while preventing moisture from seeping into your home’s structure. However, before simply hiring painters to do the job, inspect your home’s surface for moisture damage. If it already exists, you want to take care of it before painting over it and possibly ending up with a mold or structural problem later.

6. Cracks on the Driveway

Cracked concrete poses a safety hazard for you, your family and visitors, and decreases your property’s value. It can be caused by excess water evaporating, extreme temperatures, or the passage of time. You should have cracks repaired as soon as you notice them, to avoid expansion and a more costly repair job.

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