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The advertisements seem so enticing. Install vinyl siding, they say, and you will never have to paint your house again. Unlike wood or cedar, this durable plastic will not rot or flake. Vinyl is available in several dozen colors, and can mimic architectural details that were once made from wood. It's no wonder that vinyl has become the most popular siding material in the United States and is quickly gaining momentum around the world.
That is the underside of the overhang on the roof (eaves) of the outside of the house. Some houses are finished and some are not. If it isn't finished you will be able to see the ends of the rafters that make up the roof.
In popular use, soffit most often refers to the material forming a ceiling from the top of an exterior house wall to the outer edge of the roof, i.e.,bridging the gap between a home's siding and the roofline, otherwise known as the eaves. When so constructed, the soffit material is typically screwed or nailed to rafters known as lookout rafters or lookouts for short.
Is your home cold in the winter and hot in the summer? Is the temperature upstairs between 8 to 12 degrees different from the temperature downstairs? Insulating your home will help keep your living space or “Comfort Zone” consistent throughout your home. This makes for a more comfortable living space throughout your home.
All roofs need repair or replacement from time to time. Regular maintenance such as cleaning eavestroughs and drains can help prolong the life of your roof. Periodic roof inspections will help you spot developing problems before they cause costly damage to your home. The extent of the problem and age of the roof are key factors that can help you decide whether to do repairs or completely replace the roof finish.
In fact, window replacement is the first things most homeowners think of when they consider home energy upgrades. The answer to the window upgrade question may surprise you.
While more efficient windows can certainly help create a home that is easier to heat and cool, it is relatively rare for window replacement to financially make sense as an initial energy-saving upgrade measure for an average American home.