With a few warmer temperatures and the upcoming Easter holiday reminding us all that spring is on the way, many homeowners throughout the Chicagoland area are beginning to plan their next home improvement projects. If you are considering updating your home this season, exterior changes can make a huge difference when it comes to curb appeal and overall satisfaction for your house. At Stanley Exteriors, we specialize in providing our clients with a variety of improvements and upgrades. As you plan your next investment into your home, here are a few exterior improvements that can go a long way.
Invest in a new roof
Your roof is only made to last up to 20 years, and you may start to notice wear and tear even before those two decades are up. The spring season is a great time to invest in your new roof, and installation can happen even quicker than you might anticipate.
Reduce flooding with new gutters, soffit and fascia
April showers are not too far away, and springtime rainy weather can make a mess in your yard if your gutters are not up to par. If you are noticing problems with your existing gutters, soffit, and fascia, now is the time to invest in a new system. Your new gutters will assure that water run off is going where it is supposed to, and not pooling, which could cause flooding, or damage to your roof or to your foundation.
Update your garage
Have you been dreaming of a new, or an updated, garage space? Spring is the perfect season to make it happen – you will have your new garage ready to go by the first bar-be-que of the season. Work with our experienced garage team to design your new space and plan for demolition of your old and outdated space. We are ready to give you the garage you have wanted for years.
No matter what exterior project you are planning for this spring, the team at Stanley Exteriors is ready to make it happen. Give us a call for your free consultation today.
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