Aluminum siding was once the most popular choice for homes in the US. However, it has lost its popularity, and fewer homes are using it to protect their homes against varied weather conditions. Nowadays, there are better siding materials.read more
Many home improvement service providers only focus on one specific thing. However, at Krech Exteriors, we offer a wider range of products for our customers.
During the beginning of a new year, many homeowners may start rethinking the style and decor of their homes. These changes are symbols of a fresh start and a new outlook for the coming year. They may even consider changing their roof color. If you are in the market for a new roof, here are a few ideas to help you brighten up your home.
Your siding is designed to protect your home against the elements, including the sun, rain, snow, heat and cold. Siding should reflect your personality and preferences, and selecting the right shade should dramatically improve your home’s curb appeal.
Every now and then, we encounter clients who ask us to repair their siding. We arrive on the jobsite with repair tools, only to find out that the siding has been damaged beyond repair. Usually, the siding gets to that state without homeowners noticing because they don’t really know for what to look out. This is why we’ve put together a list that can help you identify the common signs that indicate the material might need repair.
Vinyl graces the sides of millions of American homes, and affordability is perhaps the main driving force behind its immense popularity. However, its good looks should also receive the same level of credit.
Getting new siding can reinforce your home’s weather resistance and increase its curb appeal. But considering that it can be a significant expense, any discerning homeowner would only do it exactly when it’s necessary. Retiring your old one too early robs you of the chance of maximizing its service life. However, replacing it too late can lower your home’s guard against the elements.