It’s a new year, which means the time is ripe for home improvement. As your local expert in everything from roof installation to restoration services, Sprague Construction Roofing recommends prioritizing the following projects early this year:
If your windows are old and drafty, we recommend replacing them at your earliest convenience, even if it’s in the middle of winter. High-quality replacement windows can dramatically improve your home’s energy efficiency and reduce your indoor heating bills. Our replacement windows feature insulated frames and dual-pane glass with low-emissivity coatings that block harmful UV and infrared rays.
Roof Repair and Maintenance
You don’t want to spend the winter with potential roof problems, so you should have your roof professionally inspected and any roof repair conducted as soon as possible. Regular roof maintenance can help prolong your roof’s lifespan and can save you from bigger repair expenses down the road.
Gutter Protection System
Many homeowners neglect gutter inspection and maintenance until it’s too late. A gutter protection system is easily installed and offers so many benefits. It keeps solid materials like leaves, twigs and debris out of the gutters, preventing clogs.
New Entry Doors
As with your windows, a new front door can further improve your home’s energy efficiency. Most of the installation work is done inside the home so it can be performed in most weather conditions. If you’re in an area that experiences strong storms, consider having new storm doors installed.
You’ll never have to worry about scraping and repainting your siding anymore if you replace it with siding made with molded-in or factory-applied colors. Since siding is a large part of your exterior, we recommend replacing your siding early in the spring. We offer siding options from leading manufacturers Alside®, Mastic and James Hardie®.
Call Sprague Construction Roofing today at (406) 200-9080 to learn more about our services, including gutter repair and maintenance. We serve Billings, MT, Cody, WY, and nearby areas.