One of the best ways to make your home more energy efficient is to install seamless steel siding. ABC Seamless, for example, can install its seamless steel siding year-round. Since it has the strength of steel, it is not vulnerable to extreme cold or heat. Vinyl siding expands and contracts greatly with changes in temperature, which limits its installation to certain times of the year.
Each home sided by ABC Seamless is wrapped with a blanket of Energy Star approved insulation before the siding is installed. With the increase in heating and cooling costs, this added insulation can save you money year round. The seamless steel also eliminates ugly seams and is virtually maintenance free.
Home remodeling can be a big project, but if you hire professionals, you can save a lot of time and effort. And an investment in a home-remodeling project now can save you money for years to come.
Along with ABC Seamless products, Ray Johnson Home Improvement also offers Great Lakes replacement windows and doors. All window styles have the lowest air filtration rating, which means lower utility bills.
PGT NatureScape Patio Rooms, the best and most cost-effective quality alternatives to other room additions, are available as a complete package through our company. These rooms are customized with several different options available for windows, doors, and skylights.
We strive to make your home improvements easier, faster, affordable and enjoyable so we offer free estimates, 100% financing, and transferable warranties for your peace of mind.
Remodeling a home has many benefits and an excellent place to begin remodeling your home is on the exterior. A clean, well-kept exterior suggests a home has been taken care of and invested in. A great way to achieve this look is to have new siding professionally installed.
When investing in siding, it is important to compare companies and ask questions. Most importantly, compare what the siding is made of and how it is applied.
Knowing where to start can be very important. You might be wondering: Can I
do a project like this myself or should I leave it up to the professionals?
How much is this going to cost?
Here are some tips on how to choose a contractor:
- Ask for references and visit some of the homes they have remodeled. Ask questions while you are there, too.
- Check credentials. Are they a member of the National Association of Home Builders? Are they up to date with their licensing and insurance?
- Find out how long they have been in business. Assure yourself they aren’t a “here today and gone tomorrow” kind of company.
- When it comes time to sign the contract, go over it thoroughly with the contractor and discuss any final questions with them before signing it.