Vinyl Siding Receiving Help From Congress

Vinyl Siding Receiving Help From Congress

At Erie Construction Mid West, we want to make sure consumers are informed and have nothing to complain about when it comes being knowledgeable of the different products and services we offer. Recently, a house bill approved last week to provide incentives for homeowners to install better insulation includes an amendment co-sponsored by Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy that she said would boost the vinyl-siding industry in Ohio.

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Energy Conservation

Energy Conservation

Erie Construction Mid West wants to help you save money in all aspects of home improvement. If you buy new insulation, roofing, or windows, you can become eligible for a tax break from Uncle Sam. Our company will take all the appropriate measures to make sure you qualify. The rising of energy bills has caused some people to try to find ways to conserve energy. Let us help you save money on your energy bill!

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EPA Lead Certification

EPA Lead Certification

Listen up home owners, you should be aware of a new law that just took effect Thursday, April 22. Contractors must have gone through a special lead certification program. Erie Construction Mid West has completed the necessary training, but maybe the competition hasn’t. Why take that chance?

If you plan to remodel a home built before 1978, you’ll need to check with your contractor to see if they are certified to work around lead based paint. The new law is designed to keep families, and workers, safe.

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Vinyl Siding

Vinyl Siding

Erie Construction Mid West knows that, as a homeowner, the exterior wall material you choose has a major effect on the appearance of your home. How would you like to have the look of freshly painted lumber on the side of your home – for a fraction of the cost of real lumber – with a look that will last a lifetime with little or no maintenance? Believe it or not, you have just chosen vinyl siding!

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Energy Saving Windows

Energy Saving Windows

Replacing old leaky windows with modern tight ones can cut your energy costs in half, and Erie Construction Midwest wants to make sure consumers are made aware. This is a pretty strong statement and much of it depends on the climate where you live, the condition of your present windows, whether you have adequate insulation, and numerous other factors.

The decision to replace your windows cannot be made quickly. Cost and the pay-back period – how long it takes the energy savings to pay for the windows – generally is the first consideration. But the decision is seldom made on purely economic grounds. New windows improve your home’s aesthetics and increase its value. However, the number one reason for getting new windows today it seems is Energy Savings.

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