The snow is melting, the birds are chirping and flowers are beginning to bloom. Now that the dark and dim winter season is over, the warmer and brighter weather is the perfect time to perform routine maintenance on your home. We have all heard of spring cleaning, but spring cleaning should be a little more than just dusting your Suffolk County window sills. To keep your home safe, clean and damage free, consider performing the following maintenance.
Springtime is around the corner, and this would be the time you would have to inspect, repair and prepare your roof for the next season. The snows would have melted from the roof by this time and you need to look at possible damage to your roof, undertake repairs and strengthen the roof to prevent further damage and to extend the lifespan of the roof.
Dirty windows don’t only keep the inside of a home darker than it should be, they can also stick out like a sore thumb on a well-maintained home. If your windows are acquiring a dirty sheen, left-over images from a screen, or just need a proper clean, here are five questions to ask yourself as to whether you should hire a professional window cleaner.
Once the siding of your home has been installed, you want to maintain its clean curb appeal. Whether you have wood, vinyl, or fiber cement siding, the following guide, with information curated by Angie’s List, can help you maintain your siding beauty!
Flat roofs are common on commercial and some residential buildings, and when installed correctly can have a long service life. One critical issue is to ensure that drainage is properly installed to prevent standing or ponding water which can reduce the life of the roof. Here are some solutions for proper draining of flat roofs.
Re-siding a home can be an expensive undertaking, but it is also one of the most visible aspects of your home’s decor. Choosing the right siding materials can actually help you save money in the long run. Let’s review some things to consider before you sign that siding contract.
Long Island windows can play a major role in the aesthetics of your home, and there are a wide variety of options to choose from. We’ve decided to take a close look at two different types of windows many homeowners find themselves debating between: single hung windows and double hung windows. Each has their own benefits and drawbacks, so to help you narrow down your decision, we’ve put together a little bit of information on both!
You finally have that dream home you worked hard to obtain. As you finally have time to unpack and settle into your new residence; it slowly creeps in. The realization that your dream house doesn’t come without a price, and we aren’t speaking about your new mortgage.
Homeownership comes with responsibilities, unaccounted for repairs, and possibly multiple renovations. One major renovation you will want to correct sooner rather than later are your windows. But is it time to replace your windows or can you get by just a little longer? We have five reasons sourced from windownation.com that will be indicators the time has come to replace your windows.
Fixing your roof is not just a summer job. Believe it or not, an experienced and professional contracting company can fix any roofing concerns during the winter months. Of course, there are pros and cons to waiting until winter to have your roof assessed. Weather conditions will only add another level of concern for any pre-existing roof issues. However, it is not impossible to have your roof repaired during cold or snow weather.
Summer is behind us. Fall is among us. Time to get those home improvement chores crossed off and prepare for the harsh Winter months to come. FHR Construction has your Fall Home Maintenance Schedule here.