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Builders & Remodelers is a TAMKO Pro Certified Contractor

TAMKO pro certified contractorBuilders & Remodelers recently attained the status of TAMKO Pro Certified Contractor, which comes with a variety of outstanding building products and warranty benefits for our customers.

What is a TAMKO Pro Certified Contractor?

To qualify for the TAMKO Pro Certified Contractor Program, contractors [...]

By |November 28th, 2014|Announcements, Roofing|Comments Off

Eye-Catching Exterior Upgrades and Updates

exterior upgradesReal estate agents are always suggesting homeowners boost their "curb appeal" before selling a home. However, it makes sense to improve and upgrade the exterior of your home even if you're not about to put it on the market for sale.

Beyond the standard projects of [...]

By |October 27th, 2014|Exterior, Remodeling Projects|Comments Off

Roofing for Cold Climates

roofing for cold climatesOne of the most important things in life is a "roof over your head," but it's not uncommon for homeowners to forget all about this essential part of a well-kept home. Depending on the roofing material used on your home, you might not [...]

By |October 8th, 2014|Remodeling Projects|Comments Off

4 Fall Remodeling Projects You’ll Thank Yourself For this Winter

Fall Remodeling Projects MinneapolisFall is here, and winter is coming!

Prepping your home for winter involves many small things, like putting away your patio furniture, getting your furnace inspected, and tidying up your garden.

However, if you've noticed drafty windows, missing roof shingles, or [...]

By |September 10th, 2014|Remodeling Projects|Comments Off

Gutter Inspection and Replacement: Do You Need New Gutters?

Too often, homeowners forget about yearly maintenance of the home in favor of waiting for something to break before fixing it. However, catching problems while they're small may cut down significantly on cost and even help avoid the need for total replacement of various home features.

Safety is Job Number One

You may certainly put on [...]

By |August 7th, 2014|Gutters|Comments Off

Improve Home Security with New Windows & Doors

New windows and doors provide a rather impressive face-lift to the facade of a tired home, and they also offer improved security. The old windows on your home might have a cool, vintage look, but they could also represent an easy way for thieves to break into your home.

When It's Time to Replace

A number [...]

By |July 22nd, 2014|windows & doors|Comments Off

Dealing With Hail Damage

The recent hailstorm that swept through the Twin Cities left many homes with hail damage (primarily roofing, siding, gutters and window capping). For many homeowners this will be their first time dealing with insurance damage to their home. Here is a quick HOW TO GUIDE.

 THE PROCESS:

The first step to getting a claim approved for [...]

By |May 18th, 2014|Uncategorized|Comments Off

Drafty Windows And Doors: How To Fix Your Home’s Energy Drain

As we enter the winter months, cold air begins to creep into our living spaces. Curbing home energy usage becomes a priority, as the weather becomes cooler and heating costs begin to rise.

With fuel prices on the rise again, drafty windows and doors can empty your pocketbook just as much as an extended summer [...]

By |March 17th, 2014|Posts, Uncategorized|Comments Off

Five Easy Steps to Prep Your Home For the Winter

Plan Your Winter Prep In Advance

It’s always a good idea to prepare your home for winter before the snow begins to fall. The sooner you do this, the better equipped for the long winter your home will be.

It can also be a more cost-effective time to purchase insulation for attics, piping systems and window caulking.

As the [...]

By |December 14th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off

Does a Fireplace Save Energy Over the Winter Months?

Winter is almost here, everybody.

Along with the cold weather comes the annual increase in heating bills. People have touted various methods and tools to help reduce winter power bills, to keep homes warm, and to provide ambiance during those long, dark, winter days.

One item which has been trounced by list after list for being [...]

By |October 13th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off

How To Re-side a House – A Step-by-Step Guide

Whether you are buying a new home, selling your current home, or just making improvements, replacing the siding on your house can have a big effect on the overall look and feel of your home.

Here's how we approach re-siding a home.

Step 1: Covering up the old problem is rarely the recommended solution. To do [...]

By |August 5th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off

Home Siding: Should I Replace it all, or Cover up the Old Stuff?

Covering up your home's old siding is rarely the recommended solution. To do the job right, the old siding should be removed in entirety.

This gives many benefits to you as the homeowner:

1)   Removing the old siding allows the installation crew to inspect the substrate (i.e. sheathing) for any damage that may have occurred (rot, [...]

By |June 1st, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off
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