The big day came! You bought a house! Is your new home turn-key and completely remodeled? Or did you buy a fixer upper? Either way, your new home will need improvements, whether it is right away of five years down the road. It’s never too early to start planning so let’s start today! Here are some great ideas to start with!
New Energy Wall Energy Weld Series 8000 triple pane vinyl replacement windows may be exactly what your home needs to reduce energy cost by adding efficiency with the foam filled frame and sash, as well as argon gas, and adding curb appeal all at the same time. Available in white, tan and brown, with nine colors of exterior paint available, these windows also come with four different wood grain options, suitable for any home!
A new deck, available in different materials, with vinyl railing may be just the touch that your home needs for those relaxing summer weekends with family and friends.
You’re home may not need a new roof just yet, but someday it will. The Atlas Pristine, featuring Scothgard protection, built with HP is an excellent choice for any home. Featuring a true 6″ exposure, this shingle comes standard with a 10 year 100% peace of mind warranty, including a lifetime guarantee with a 110 MPH wind warranty. An upgrade is available to give you an additional 5 years for your peace of mind and a 130 MPH warranty to fight against the wind.
Front Entry Door
A new Home Guard, fiberglass entry door may be the touch that your home needs! This Amish, hand stained entry door comes standard with a 7 year finish warranty. With options to match the ball bearing hinges with the threshold and the steel burglar guard, this beautiful door not only brings curb appeal to your home, but security.
Avoid that sun on those hot summer days by relaxing under a new Sun Haven aluminum patio cover! Available in a flat pan or a W-pan, with a variety of colors, this improvement may be the missing element that your home needs!
If you’re already tired of looking at the paint peeling or flaking off of your new home, it might be time to consider vinyl siding. With the many styles and designs of vinyl siding, you can add energy efficiency and character to your new home, while making your new home maintenance free!