Learning to properly care for your home does more than just save money short-term and give you a more pleasant place to live: it preserves the value of your home, increasing the price you can get when it’s time to sell or refinance.
1-2-3 Steps to Exterior Restoration
Our friend Dale Haas knows what he’s doing when it comes to restoring the exterior of a home after storm damage. The kind of experience and expertise Dale has can only come with having been in the business for over 10 years.
Dale’s caring approach makes him an excellent match for 123 Exteriors, a company that is focused on taking care of its customers. 123 Exteriors, providing roofing, gutter, siding and window replacement to homeowners throughout the midwest, educates its customers about caring for the exterior of their home.
Following are just a few examples of 123 Exterior’s educational materials that can help you increase the value of your home:
- Hiring a roofer? 123 Exteriors blog post 5 Things You Should Ask Your Roofer Before You Hire reminds you to, among other things, insist on seeing photos of the damage since you won’t otherwise be able to examine the damage yourself.
- We are often encouraging our clients to use bonded, insured and licensed professionals. In the 123 Exteriors blog post Hiring the Right Contractor: What does it mean to be licensed, bonded and insured?, the company describes the differences between the three and explains how to confirm the contractor’s claims.
- If you have storm damage and are considering hiring 123 Exteriors, check out their blog post How We Are Different: 123 Exteriors vs. other restoration companies. You’ll learn how the company finds and trains the best team and how they maintain their culture of “do the right thing, always.” And then call Dale. He will make sure you have everything you need.
Our Home Value Preservation section is just for you! What advice or tips can we provide for you? Please email us with your ideas. Our goal is to help homeowners enjoy their homes while preserving their home’s value.