Weather is unpredictable in Kansas and this season has been particularly indecisive. After some brief moisture, we seemed to return to some higher temperatures, which has caused many to put off home winterizing tasks. With an icy January, many are regretting that now. But it’s not too late to perform some winter home maintenance. You can still protect your belongings from damage from the cold and ice this season while lowering your utility bills by increasing your home's efficiency.
Here's our quick list of winter home maintenance tasks:
When Scott & Leigh Ann Bowman bought their home north of Manhattan, Kansas 9 years ago, they knew they had a fixer upper on their hands. To make this house on the hillside a home, it would take a lot of work, taking on every inch to transform it into something both beautiful and protected from the extremes of Kansas winters and summers. They had many projects both inside and out, and chose to work on their windows, doors, guttering, and siding with the help of Midland Exteriors, Inc.
When most windows look the same, how do you know which ones to choose for your home? That is why we use products we can trust and focus on customer service that is unparalleled from the first point of contact, through sales and installation and even after your windows are installed.
With the high amount of moisture we have seen this year, many are finding out just how important high quality and well-maintained gutters are to protecting their home. Gutters that aren’t doing their job can actually cause long lasting damage to your home, including foundation problems, roof and wall damage, mold, and flooding.
Often, we encounter customers who have known their windows are damaged for a long time, but it just hasn’t been a priority to replace them, that is until more obvious signs of damage appear such as water leaking during a rainstorm, or the window being non-functional.