Posts Categorized: Exterior

Garages & Outbuildings

Garages and outbuildings have a number of functions, but functionality doesn’t mean they can’t look great as a part of the home. In fact, a beat up or worn down garage or outbuilding can make a beautiful home look less appealing. The good news is that you can turn your garage or outbuilding into something… Read more »

Patios & Decks

Your patio or deck is a place where you can relax and enjoy the breeze in the spring and summer. It is also a place where you can have social gatherings and where children can play. If your deck or patio is worn and needs some parts replaced or it needs an entirely different look,… Read more »


The roof of the home is more or less the protector of every other component, as it protects the interior from the weather, while also working hand-in-hand with the gutters to make sure water is drained properly so that the home is not damaged. It protects the walls by keeping water out and even aids… Read more »

Seamless Gutters

Seamless gutters have become the standard for gutter systems. The most common source of leaks in older gutter systems is caused by these seams. With seamless gutters, instead of leaking through the seams, the water is channeled through the gutter like it’s supposed to be. By draining the water properly with seamless gutters, you are… Read more »

Siding, Soffit, and Fascia

All parts of the home’s exterior are important. If you have siding, you usually know when it is damaged. If you see this damage or siding is missing, you know you need a Minnesota roofing company to replace it. What you may not notice is when there is damage to the soffit and fascia of… Read more »


Having a skylight in your home can make the home warmer and also allows more natural light to come inside. This produces a great deal of energy efficiency because certain lights don’t need to be used during the daytime. In addition, skylights are a cost-free, natural way of heating your home during the winter months…. Read more »

Windows and Doors

If you have old windows and doors in your home, it is very likely that you are losing heat in the winter and cool air in the summer. Because the windows and doors are not sealed the way they should be, heating and cooling costs are increased. Fortunately, you can have drafty windows and doors… Read more »