Whatever may be happening with climate change, the winters here in New York and Connecticut aren’t getting any milder. Some things about the coming months are unpredictable, but we know we can count on freezing temperatures, heavy winds, and plenty of ice, rain and snow. These forces can wreak havoc on our homes if they
Exterior house paint has a limited lifespan, determined by the quality of the paint, how well it was applied, and what weather conditions it has endured. Once that lifespan has expired, signs of paint failure begin to appear, such as cracking, flaking, peeling, fading and chalking. What should you do for your exterior paint once
Now, before you think “Hey, wait! It’s only the end of July!”, I want to assure you that we aren’t rushing summer. There is still plenty of time to get in those beach trips and soak up some of the sun that we won’t see for a while once the colder months hit. Enjoy it!