Summer is one of the most popular time for Pacific Northwest residents to tackle their list of home improvement projects. Whether you are looking just to boost your curb appeal, or you want to make some improvements to increase your home’s value, here are some of ideas for making your fixer upper a beautiful place to live.
Summer weather is ideal for window replacement. Your installation experts at Lifetime Windows and Doors won’t be delayed due to inclement weather. Also, mild temperatures allow for the windows to go in quickly and easily. Replacement windows not only make your home more energy efficient. That way, you can keep that cool air-conditioned air inside where it belongs. New windows also help eliminate drafts from old, leaky windows. This translates to less wasted energy, and it will keep your home more comfortable all year long. Energy bill savings also mean more money in your pocket. That’s helpful for your budget! We proudly carry windows from Milgard and Simonton and can custom order sizes and style options as needed.
Siding is one of the most important parts of your home, but if it is not well maintained, it can become an eyesore. Replacing your siding not only gives your home a facelift, but it also protects your home from the different weather conditions that we have in Oregon and Washington. If you have peeling or chipped paint, warped or bubbled siding, or have obvious signs of mold or water damage, don’t delay in getting a replacement. This could cause more significant damage to your home that could be expensive to repair. We install James Hardie fiber cement siding, which is one of the strongest, weather-resistant products on the market today. It is also resistant to pests and fire and requires little maintenance.
Now is a great time to learn more about how our experienced team at Lifetime Windows and Doors can get your fixer upper looking beautifully updated. You can save on our summer window special and have everything installed just in time to enjoy the rest of the summer weather in your home!