What to do to get your home winter ready–Winter Home Improvement Guide
As much as we all hate to admit it, winter is on its way; the frigid temperatures and snowy, icy storms will be rolling into Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Virginia soon. There’s really no good way to mentally prepare yourself for it, but you can start preparing your house for the winter! Every single aspect of your home has a role to play in keeping your family warm this winter and keeping your energy bills low. And now with our Big Project Financing Plan, you don’t have to worry about whether or not you can afford to prepare your home for winter. If you can afford just $79 per month, you can make your home a warmer, more energy-efficient place this winter.
Which winter home improvement projects should you do to get your home winter ready?
Winterize Your Roof
Our roofs take a huge hit during the winter, it has to be able to handle the snow and ice that it’s going to be heading our way. How can you tell if your roof is winter-ready? Do a self-inspection of your roof and look for these things.
Replace Old Drafty Windows
Windows are another huge factor in helping keep the cold weather out during the chilly winter months. Old windows can become drafty and just weren’t built to the same energy efficiency standards that today’s windows are held to. But it’s more than just keeping the heat inside your home, new windows can do so much more!
Update that Entry Door for Added Energy Efficiency
Your entry door gets so much use every single day, yet we often neglect it during home improvement projects. It’s fine. It opens and closes… it gets the job done. But an entry door is so much more than that! A new door can help less heat escape from your home, plus it can do so much for the curb appeal of your home. If your entry door is showing any of these 4 warning signs, it might be time to add it to your home improvement checklist before winter arrives.
New House Siding Replacement
House siding has come a long way in recent years, many new siding options can help make your home warmer, quieter, and more appealing. If you haven’t heard about insulated siding yet, get ready to fall in love!
Which home improvement project will you do first? If you’re ready to tackle any of these home improvement projects before the winter weather arrives, give us a call or shoot us an email to talk more about your project, get a quote, or learn more about our $79/month Big Project Plan! Contact us today to learn about replacement windows in York, PA, roof repair in Manassas, VA as well as several other areas throughout Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania.