The 4 Most Important Curb Appeal Factors

A lot of people think that when it comes to curb appeal, landscaping is the most important thing you can do to make your home attractive to potential buyers. However, there are many other parts of the house that make an even bigger impression, consciously and unconsciously. They also have the added bonus of increasing the value of your home as well. It’s a good idea to invest in projects that make the house itself look modern, well-kept, and eye-catching, so that your home is always open house-ready.

By |2022-04-28T13:03:01+00:00August 5, 2016|Doors, Roofing, Siding, Windows|0 Comments

Pella West is the Way to Go If You’re Considering Window Replacement

If you're looking for the best new or replacement window installation Wheaton IL has to offer, look no further than Pella West Michigan. At Pella West Michigan, we offer some of the best products for commercial contractors and residential remodeling services to fit your style and budget.

By |2021-05-02T14:12:18+00:00June 9, 2016|Windows|0 Comments

Don’t Let Money Blow Out the Windows With Energy Efficient Window Replacements

Throughout the winter and summer, as temperatures begin to radically change, people often immediately turn to their heating and cooling systems. While they can be effective in altering temperature, they may be costing you a fortune. It's easy to overlook other repairable aspects of a home that may be affecting your energy bills.

By |2021-05-02T16:37:49+00:00September 25, 2015|Seasons & Weather, Windows|0 Comments

How Baby Boomers Think Alike When It’s Time to Remodel Their Homes

The Baby Boomer generation -- those born during the post-war "baby boom" that lasted from approximately 1946 to 1964 -- has long been thought of as the generation that would never grow old. This demographic is also one of the largest in the U.S., meaning its influence on American culture and life has been significant over the last few decades.

By |2021-05-02T16:58:22+00:00May 14, 2015|Doors, Siding, Windows|0 Comments

The Thing That Has More People Remodeling Their Homes Instead of Selling Them

A new study from Harvard University suggests that a growing number of American homeowners are opting to complete home improvement and remodeling projects on their current homes rather than moving. According to a February 1 article, discretionary spending on home remodeling projects grew by about $6 billion from 2011 to 2013 -- the first time this kind of spending has increased since before the Recession. The housing crisis of late last decade may have actually contributed to this shift toward home remodeling, as more people would rather stay in their current homes instead of spending more money to move to a larger, newer dwelling.

By |2021-05-02T17:05:51+00:00February 26, 2015|Siding, Windows|0 Comments
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