Taking Care of Your Biggest Investment

Taking Care of Your Biggest Investment

At Tri-County Windows and Siding, we’re here to help with the big projects around your home. Sometimes we take on big projects that could have been prevented by just a little routine and regular maintenance.

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Your home’s siding: What materials have the longest life?

Your home’s siding: What materials have the longest life?

Of the many factors to consider when choosing siding for your home, longevity is one of the most important. Certainly aesthetics and personal taste are controlling factors – but, you don’t want to have to replace your siding too soon after first purchasing it. Different siding styles last for varying lengths of time based on material, and are available at different price points. When making a decision about the right siding for your home, it is important to consider what the lifetime of the siding is before you make your choice. Vinyl Vinyl siding lasts as long or longer than [More]

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What Type of Siding Material Is Best for Your Home?

What Type of Siding Material Is Best for Your Home?

Builders offer a wide assortment of siding options for the modern home, and there are good reasons to go with each one. There are also drawbacks to each, and the choice can sometimes come down to personal preference. Which drawbacks are least bothersome to the homeowner? Which advantages are most attractive? Fiber Cement Fiber cement is a new material that can imitate the look of wood. It should prove to be as durable as stone but at a lower cost. While it can be one of the more expensive options, there are long term savings with maintenance issues.   It will [More]

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Five Reasons to Use Seamless Gutters for Your Home

Five Reasons to Use Seamless Gutters for Your Home

Seamless gutters are a big improvement over the old sectional gutters.  If your home needs new siding, new windows, or even a new roof –  it just makes good sense to upgrade to seamless gutters as a part of that larger project. It will give a cleaner look to your home’s exterior. Plus, there’s the added benefits of lower maintenance and better protection for your roof.  Improved technology in design and manufacturing of seamless gutters provide astute homeowners enhanced value in the property. This system is a huge improvement over a traditional gutter system as they outperform sectional gutters in every category.  Minimize [More]

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How to Keep Your Gutters Clean and Yourself Safe

How to Keep Your Gutters Clean and Yourself Safe

The gutters in our homes are made for rain, but inevitably, a host of other material finds its way into them. Eventually they clog and need clearing and cleaning. While it may seem like a simple matter of tossing out the leaves and other things that have gotten caught inside, cleaning gutters can be tricky and even a little dangerous. Fortunately, the experts are here to give you hints to help you with the process. We have ideas that will make the process go more smoothly and more safely. Use a Ladder If you are working on a single-story structure, [More]

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5 Tips for Picking the Perfect Front Door

5 Tips for Picking the Perfect Front Door

The selection of a proper front entry door to complete the front exterior is crucial to your home’s curb appeal. With seemingly endless style, security, and materials possible, landing on the perfect choice can seem impossible. These tips will guide you through some of the most important considerations to make when searching for a front door.  Perhaps one of the most basic choices when deciding on any home exterior element is the material, along with factors such as energy efficiency, upkeep, and initial cost. Choose a material that suits your needs:  Steel. Most steel doors can be custom coated or [More]

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How to Properly Clean Vinyl Siding

How to Properly Clean Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding has risen to the forefront in today’s siding market for a reason – it’s more durable than many other exterior building materials, resisting wind and hail, standing up to moisture, and providing energy-saving benefits wood and aluminum siding cannot. Vinyl siding is owner friendly and requires very little maintenance – it will never need to be sanded, refinished, or repainted. However, dirt and mildew can accumulate on vinyl siding, reducing your home’s curb appeal and causing potential damage to the siding that can shorten its lifespan. Following these essential tips once a year can keep your siding clean [More]

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Tri County Windows and Siding Earns Esteemed 2018 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Tri County Windows and Siding Earns Esteemed 2018 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Tri County Windows and Siding is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2018. “Service pros that receive our Angie’s List Super Service Award represent the best in our network, who are consistently making great customer service their mission,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “These pros have provided exceptional service to our members and absolutely deserve recognition for the exemplary customer service they exhibited in the past year.” Angie’s List Super [More]

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How to Choose Trim for Your Home

How to Choose Trim for Your Home

Whether you’re building a new home, finishing an addition, or merely revamping the exterior of your existing home, one of the most important considerations of any home exterior project is maximizing curb appeal. The work isn’t finished once you’ve chosen your favorite vinyl siding or paint color, however. Finding the exterior trim that best suits your home can push curb appeal from “just okay” to “charming”.  When choosing trim, there are two main considerations – what type of trim best suits your home, and what color should it be? The following tips can help you answer both of these questions.  [More]

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How to Winter-Proof Your Roof

How to Winter-Proof Your Roof

Winter can bring several issues that seem designed to wreak havoc on your home. While it’s true that cold winds, snow, and ice can cause damage to the entire exterior, your roof sees the most severe and sustained impact. Have you done everything you can to ensure that your roof is ready for winter?  Before the Weather Gets Nasty Trim nearby trees. Any trees near your home have the potential to drop leaves or needles onto your roof, resulting in potential issues down the road. Downed tree limbs are the number one cause of damage to roofs in any season, [More]

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