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Tips for Choosing Residential Replacement Windows

At some point during a home’s lifespan, the windows must be replaced. A home can last hundreds of years, while the longest-lasting windows typically have a lifespan of just 50 years. When it comes time to replace your existing windows, new advancements in technology and materials can make the process confusing. At Keyprime Roofing, we’re here to help ensure you make the best decision for your home and wallet. Today, we’re here to discuss a few tips on how to begin the window selection process, and what you should consider when making you

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Selling Soon? Exterior Upgrades That Improve Curb Appeal

Are you thinking of selling your home soon? Is it ready to impress potential buyers? Could it use a few upgrades? If you’re hoping to get top dollar for your property, in most cases, you need to invest in a few upgrades to make your home stand out. Though, certain upgrades won’t give you what you’re looking for in terms of monetary return. At Keyprime Roofing, we’re here to help you make the most intelligent (and rewarding) decisions when upgrading your home. To help you do that, we’ve put together this brief list of the top exterior improvement with the highest ROI.

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Winter Weather: Which Exterior Doors Stand Up to the Cold?

Thinking about installing a new exterior door? Are you constructing a new home and not sure which type of door you should choose? At Keyprime Roofing, we’re here to help. In Minnesota, it’s always important to consider the striking weather differences between summer and winter when selecting an exterior door. Unlike those living in more temperate climates, as a homeowner here, you must be mindful of the harsh conditions winter often presents. With those conditions in mind, only then can you select the most appropriate materials. How do you know what the best option is for your home? Below, we discuss the advantages and potential pitfalls of some of the most popular types of exterior doors.

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Top Exterior Improvements That Increase Curb Appeal

Curb appeal is vital when it comes time to sell your home. Even if you aren't thinking about jumping into the home selling market, you likely want your home to look as nice on the outside as it does on the inside. Check out our four exterior improvements that deliver both monetarily when you sell your home and for enjoyment while you live there.

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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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