Jennifer Rinehart is the winner. She lives in Galloway, OH. Jennifer didn’t believe us at first when we called her and told her she won and was very excited to meet with us! She chose to use her prize money toward kitchen remodeling, including top of the line granite countertops. She also is having matching granite installed on all of her bathroom vanities. She is excited to increase her home value and the appearance of those rooms.
February 25, 2014Comments Off
November 18, 2013Comments Off
No one wants to think about roofing issues. It’s right up there with cleaning out or repairing your gutters. What every homeowner really needs to be aware of is that with asphalt roofs you are going to have be ready to make repairs. After a strong storm asphalt shingles are notorious for flying off and this leaves you having to scramble to get your roof replaced. The other issue is that asphalt just doesn’t last. It can require re-roofing every 12 to 20 years, with the average age of roofing replaced in the U.S. being only 17 years.
October 16, 2013Comments Off
Congratulations to Andrew Ingvartsen, the third of four winners of our 2013 $50,000 Home Makeover Giveaway!. Andrew chose to use his winnings on Erie Advantage Triple Pane windows to seal his house and reduce her energy bills! Read more about the revolution Erie Advantage Triple Pane Windows!
October 11, 2013Comments Off
For years, asphalt has definitely been leading the game when it comes to residential roofing options. It’s readily available and it’s cost is relatively low compared to other roofing products. However , when you factor in that asphalt has a horrible shelf life, it doesn’t add up to be a very good deal after all! I mean, who wants to replace their roof after a measly 10-15 years? Not me!
September 3, 2013Comments Off
If you’re sick and tired of dealing with “roofing issues” every time it storms or is windy outside, you need to rethink your asphalt roof. Asphalt is heavily used because of its low cost. The problem is that when you factor in just how many time you are making repairs it really isn’t that great of a deal! Asphalt is pretty much like putting a “band-aid” fix on something because it only has a shelf-life of ten to fifteen years.