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Yard Cleanup – Prepping for Spring

Whether there’s another staycation in your future or you just want someplace inviting to hang out with family and friends in the warmer days ahead, it’s time to start spring cleaning your yard. Yard clean up in preparation for spring… Read More »

Ways to Reboot Your Home Exterior in Spring

Spring is that time of year when many of us emerge from winter ready to make changes and do some serious home maintenance both inside and outside our homes. With spring just around the corner, see the outside of your… Read More »

Winter Siding Maintenance

Keeping your siding in good condition during winter months can prevent costly repairs and emergency situations that are harder to address than during other seasons of the year. Winter can be harsh on a home exterior. Well-maintained siding is great… Read More »

How Trees Boost Your Property Value

When you’re thinking about your home’s resale value home improvements such as a new roof, gutters, siding, or kitchen readily spring to mind. However, your home’s exterior is the first thing visitors see, whether they’re friends coming for a visit… Read More »

Steel Gutters Might be Right for Your House

Gutters protect your home – the roof from leaks, the foundation from cracks, and window and door frames from wood rot. While vinyl and aluminum gutters remain popular choices for gutter materials for many homes, steel is proving to be… Read More »

How to Prevent Water Damage this Winter

While it does seem more like spring here in the Lower Mainland, winter still might throw a few surprises at us. Water damage can cost a homeowner a lot of money. Most of us are aware that standard home insurance… Read More »

Show Your Home Exterior some Love this Valentine’s Day

Winter is hard on a home – wind pummeling the roof and siding; lots of rain and snow in the gutters; grimy windows reducing available winter daylight. While most of us are in spring mode since the weather turned milder,… Read More »

Do I Need to Clean My Gutters if I don’t have Trees?

As a homeowner, you know that many gutter professionals recommend that you clean the gutters twice a year. You might ask yourself, do the gutters really need to be cleaned at all if there are no trees growing close to… Read More »

Signs of Gutter Failure that shouldn’t be Ignored

Gutters are important in protecting your home from water damage. Properly functioning gutters prevent expensive problems with your roof, foundation, and landscaping including soil erosion. Many gutter problems are preventable with regular home maintenance. But gutter problems often fly under… Read More »

Consequences of a Leaking Roof

Water damage can have a serious impact on your home, its structure, and the health of you and your family. One of the main sources of leaks, aside from obvious plumbing issues, is the roof. To complicate matters, roof leaks… Read More »