The warmer months are here and that means home improvement. Given that summer is conducive for certain projects like updating your home’s exterior, it makes sense not to put them on hold. Letting the days slip by could affect the result of your project once temperatures plummet in the fall.
2019 has seen some new additions in both residential and commercial roofing systems, as well as some long-awaited improvements on a few of the old favorites. Choosing the right type of roofing could mean the difference between having a beautiful and energy-efficient home or building — and not.
Getting rid of spreading moss growth is 50% moss removal and 50% prevention. Unlike mold, which is a type of fungus, mosses are plants. Their structure is simple, often without an intricate root system and vascular tissue. Under controlled environments, moss is actually grown decoratively for their natural green hue. However, if left unchecked, they are also known to grow on siding boards and roofing systems.
There’s more to your home’s curb appeal than just choosing the colors for your asphalt shingles and exterior vinyl siding. Sometimes, all it takes are a few outdoor additions to catch everybody’s eye and increase the overall value of your home. One such addition is a cozy and welcoming deck that’s perfect for lazy afternoons, weekend barbecues and Sunday brunches.
Curb appeal is an important component that can boost your home’s value with the right exterior components. One of the leading deck contractors, Harmony Home Improvement, examines common homeowner mistakes that can affect curb appeal.