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Beating the Cold Weather: Making Your Windows Warmer in Winter

In the winter, insulation matters. Aside from replacing your windows, you have a few options if you’re facing drafty living rooms or frosty glass. It can be difficult to make your house warm, but a little ingenuity goes a long way. Keyprime Roofing and Remodeling offers several window options, and each utilizes the high-quality materials needed to deflect the cold.

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The 5 Smartest Investments You can Make Into Your Home

Are you looking to improve your home's value? Below are five home improvement projects that will give you a healthy return on your investment!

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5 Ways to Weatherize Your Home

Whether you’re dealing with below zero weather in the winter or high humidity and hot temperatures during the summer, weatherizing your home can keep your property value high, extend the life of your house, and keep your maintenance and repair costs low. Below are some practical tips for weatherizing your home.

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Top 3 Features Home Buyers are Looking For

Regardless of whether the real estate market can be classified as one skewed more toward buyers or sellers, you still need to help make your home stand out from similar ones in the area. Going through the list below of those features that homebuyers are most often searching for can give your home a crucial edge if you have a buyer that is indecisive.

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Essential Top to Bottom Home Repairs

On a daily basis, your home is where your heart is and where you take of your shoes in the evening. As to the house itself, it's an architectural design which functions through the use of layers which each rely on the other to function properly and protect you from the elements. When any one layer suffers a fundamental failure, other parts can compensate, but the failure needs to be repaired as it also puts extra stress on other parts of your house's design structure.

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The Window Ice Removal Guide: Protecting Your Home

It’s important to have a window protection plan as winter closes in. While a heater certainly helps, long, cold weeks can do damage on your window sill, siding and the glass itself. To avoid costly window repair, you should understand the ins and outs of DIY ice removal. Whether you’re dealing with compacted snow or a totally frozen window, a little attention to detail never hurts.

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5 Benefits of Maintenance Free Windows

Maintenance free windows are the preferred choice for many homeowners simply because they are so easy to maintain. With their vinyl construction, maintenance free windows don't involve all that time consuming and tiring scraping and repainting that wood windows require on a regular basis in order to stay looking nice. There are other benefits to choosing maintenance free windows, though, that make them a popular choice for homes of all types.

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Reduce Your Window Maintenance with These Five Tips

When it comes to windows, maintenance needn’t be a lesson in defeat. If you’re facing window replacements, wood window installation or general check-ups, you might be going about it the wrong way. Often, homeowners overextend themselves with window installation, removal and maintenance, leading to hefty expenses, long-term clean-up jobs and unwanted fixes. To keep your home prim and proper while protecting your window area, check out the five tips below. Each has been pulled from industry expertise, guaranteeing less window check-ups, easier repairs and long-term durability on both ends of the glass:

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Flipping and Selling a House: The Complete Makeover

Flipping a house can be a rewarding experience both for the financial aspects of the investment and the sense of accomplishment about a job well done. It is also a lot of hard work whether your business plan calls for a contractor to address the bulk of the labor or if you intend to do as much of the work yourself as you can conduct reasonably efficiently and finish in a reasonable time frame while a contractor helps out on the side. There are some common renovation projects which are simply more reasonably done by a specialist with resources unavailable to the layman.

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Matching an Exterior to Your New Roof

If you’re like most homeowners, you probably dreaded the idea of your roof coming to the end of its useful life and having to replace it, while also being excited at the chance to upgrade your house with a basic change to the exterior street view of the home. You realized several years ahead of time the new roof was going to become necessary and made the appropriate plans for the project.

There are a number of reasons to go ahead and plan further upgrades at the same time.

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