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3 Summer Home Renovation Projects to Consider

3 Summer Home Renovation Projects to Consider

As a homeowner, summer is often the season when you tackle renovation projects. This is particularly true when it comes to projects dealing with the exterior of your property.

With the summer months on the way, it’s time to consider a variety of projects that can improve your home’s appearance while also boosting its value.

Here are three renovation projects that many homeowners will be taking on this summer:

•    Roof. When was your roof installed? Is it starting to look shabby? Are you concerned that water will eventually make it to the inside of your home? A new roof is not a project you want to put off. If this is necessary, it’s time to make your move. Waiting another year could be a mistake that costs you more money in the long run.
•    Windows. There are many benefits of replacement windows. Not only will these improve the curb appeal of your home, but they are likely to be more efficient than what you have in place. Subsequently, you’ll save on both your heating and cooling bills.
•    Siding. Is your vinyl siding losing its color? Is your wood siding rotted? Regardless of what type of siding your home has, don’t delay in making a change when necessary. The biggest benefit of new siding is the way that it will transform the look of your home. However, this is also important when it comes to protecting the structure of your property and improving energy efficiency.

So, there you have it. These are three of the most common summer home renovation projects. Even so, they are far from the only projects that could be on your list over the next few months.

What do you think about these projects? Will you be taking on one or more of these this summer? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Frank on Friday, 30 June 2017 15:06


i am reseeding my lawn. This is a much bigger project than I originally thought. All-in it has cost me over $2500 and many hours of manual labor.

i am reseeding my lawn. This is a much bigger project than I originally thought. All-in it has cost me over $2500 and many hours of manual labor.
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