Have you had a look at your roof recently? Summer can cause damage to your roof in several ways, from cracked shingles to water damage. You’ll want to address these problems before the weather turns cold, since roofing issues can ultimately lead to ice dams in the winter.
Exterior condensation is a result of humidity and warm air meeting cool, dry air. Homeowners in many climates will experience exterior condensation on the outside of their windows during humid days, after rainstorms, and even during the winter from frost meeting warm glass. Condensation is normal on some level, but you should never find it inside the glass of your window panes.
Is the air in your home feeling stuffy and stale? Fresh air circulation can make a world of difference inside of your home. Once the scorching temperatures fade away as we enter the fall season, your home will feel cooler and healthier with fresh air entering through your windows.
When you decide which home improvement projects are at the top of the list, you should take into consideration which projects will give you the best return on investment (ROI). Find out which projects are the best and worst investments upfront to help you make the right decision.