The air is starting to turn chilly at night. What better time to get your roof fixed or replaced before the winter hits and you have energy bills that hit your wallet hard?
Contact Sela Roofing today and we you can save up to 10% off with our coupon!
Our friends at Thumbtack has a great checklist on year round maintenance for your home with the 35 things you should be doing to keep it in tip top shape. We are happy to help you check a few off the list with our umbrella of companies – everything from windows, gutters, roofing and more.
All you have to do is Just Say Sela!
Picking the right roofing materials can not only ad value to your home, but beauty as well. As a partner of GAF Roofing, we are proud to offer their latest line of Designer Roofing shingles!
They have partnered with HGTV and Nancy Fire to offer a sophisticated color palette that can turn your exterior into a dream!
Call us today or hit the chat feature to find out more about your options!
We are proud partners with James Hardie in bringing their practical and gorgeous siding to the Twin Cities – in over 20 colors. Fall is the perfect time to get your home in shape for the long winter – and start saving immediately on heating costs.
Learn more about this product line by calling or chatting with us today!
The siding on your home protects the structure from the wind, rain and other elements. Although there are many different materials that can be used as siding, vinyl siding is one of the most popular options for many homeowners due to the advantages it offers. Our team at Sela can help determine if new vinyl siding is a good option for your home.
Your siding needs to be able to withstand high winds and protect your family against the cold winters and hot summers. Vinyl siding is incredibly durable and is able to withstand wind speeds of up to 200 mph and more. Depending on the manufacturer, you may even be able to get a lifetime warranty on your new siding due to its durability.
Another reason that vinyl siding is so popular among homeowners is its cost. Not only is this material affordable, but it is also quick to install. This means that homeowners also save on labor costs. Additionally, replacing the old cladding with vinyl siding can improve the home’s value at the time of resale, meaning homeowners could potentially recoup the cost of the new siding.
Vinyl siding is incredibly diverse. There are no limits to color options, textures and profiles. In fact, vinyl siding can mimic wood, stone and even slate, giving your home a unique look and improving the curb appeal. This type of siding is even occasionally used on historic homes that are being renovated because they mimic the original materials so well. Choosing textured vinyl is a great way to increase your home’s value without having to use real stone or wood.
Finally, vinyl is often chosen when new siding is needed because it is extremely easy to maintain. Vinyl siding never needs to be painted. Because it is made from manmade materials, the vinyl will not rot or become damaged due to insect infestation or rot. The siding will need to be cleaned with some mild soap and water once or twice a year, but this can be easily done by a siding contractor.
When your home needs new siding, vinyl siding has proven time and time again to be a great option for many homes. If you opt for insulated vinyl, you will not find that your home is well protected against the elements, but you may also see your heating and cooling costs lowered. If you are considering having new vinyl siding installed on your home, give us a call today!
We have been proud partners with Martin Windows and Doors for years. Their Integrity line that is made with Ultrex and offers both an affordable as well as energy efficient solution if you are looking for replacement windows.
According to EnergyStar, Integrity from Marvin Windows and Doors combines the low conductivity and superior performance attributes of Ultrex with a selection of energy-efficient glazing options to deliver ENERGY STAR qualified solutions. Compared to single pane unglazed windows, Integrity’s dual pane windows made from Ultrex with Low E coating can reduce window heat loss and cut costs by up to 34% in cold climates, and cut cooling costs by up to 38% in warm climates.
Open up your view on the nature around you and don’t worry about the added costs of heating or cooling this year!
Summer in Minnesota is a great pleasure with the weather warm. Family and friends gather outside for drinks and grilling. One of the ways to add to the experience is by having a deck that provides both a great entertainment area and a place to have your morning cup of coffee.
If you are thinking about adding a deck to your home, remember to Just Say Sela!
The team did some amazing work in Chaska just this month!
Our team loves what they do and it shows in every job. Have a home exterior project? Remember to Just Say Sela!
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Our partner Owens Corning has a great new tool to help you decide on the best color and shingles for your home. It even let’s you preview your new look.
Check out the tool here – and give us a call when you are ready to put your plan into action!
As important as the roof is to our house, we need to pay special attention to it as it starts to age. But, how do we tell when it is maybe time to have a professional inspect it for replacement. Below are some tips to help you decide.
1. Have you now, or in the past found shingles or pieces of shingle in your yard. A good strong wind can pull whole shingles, or parts of the shingle, loose from the roof. If in the past after any wind storms, you found these in your yard, it is a sign that your roof needs to be inspected.
2. Water spots on the ceiling in your house. This is a tell tale sign that your roof is leaking and needs repair or replacing.
3. Discoloration on the roof. From the ground can you see spots on your roof that seem to be discolored or look different than the rest of the roof.
4. Buckling shingles
5. Rotting shingles.
6. Consider the age of your roof. The average life of a roof is 20 years. If you area at 20 or more years, have your roof inspected by a professional.
7. What are your plans for the future? Are you going to be selling in the near future? Having a new roof on the house will be a big plus for a potential buyer.
With these simple inspections, you will have a good idea if it is time to be considering a new roof. If you are suspicious at all that your roof may be going bad, call us and we will be happy to come inspect your roof.