Spring Into Home Exterior Projects: 5 Tasks to Tackle Before the Start of Summer

Summer will be here before you know it, and just like you work on your exterior for summer, it’s important to not neglect your home’s exterior. When it comes to getting your home ready for the upcoming season, there’s a healthy mix of small and big projects you can tackle that can make a big difference in your home. The experts at Glick’s Exteriors have come up with the top 5 home exterior projects you should address before the dog days of summer are officially upon us.

Get Your Roof in Shape for Summer

Your roof protects you and your home all season long, but to ensure it continues to, it may be time to give it a little TLC. Just like you get an annual physical to make sure your health is in tip-top shape, it’s important to get your roof inspected at least once a year to make sure that it is in tip-top shape. Depending on the extent of the issues—damaged shingles or missing shingles, cracked flashing, areas of blistering, corroded metal, etc.—you will either need to repair the damaged areas or replace the entire roof.

Enter the New Season with a Fresh, New, Front Door

Your front door is one of the first things people see when they come to your home, and if it has cracks in the glass or frame, damaged weatherstripping, a chipped frame or peeling finishing, your home probably isn’t giving off the vibe you want. Luckily, replacing your front door is a quick and easy fix that can freshen up your home’s appearance.

Welcome in Summer with Clean Windows

Similar to your front door, the windows of a home are noticed as soon as you pull up to it, and if they’re damaged or dirty, they can put a damper on your home’s overall aesthetic. When you fix your windows, you’ll let more sunlight into your home and brighten up its exterior. If you choose to replace your windows, opting for ones that are energy-efficient won’t just transform your home, but they’ll transform your energy bill by saving you money!

Make Sure Your Siding is Looking Spick and Span

Siding that’s cracked, moldy or rotting means big problems for your home. Not only can it impact the condition inside of your home (leaks, bugs, mold), but it can also make your home look run down. To transform your siding, you should first schedule an appointment with one of Glick’s Exteriors siding expert. From here, they will suggest whether your siding needs to be repaired, painted or replaced.

Prepare Your Deck for a Summer of Fun

Like a fireplace is to winter, a deck is to summer, and whether you currently have a deck that has seen better days or are looking to have one constructed, a quality deck can take your summers to new heights. For homeowners who already have a deck, now is the time to pressure wash it, stain it and seal it; for those looking for a new deck, be sure to hire a company who works with quality materials and delivers on superior craftsmanship. See some of the decks we have transformed here!

Ready to spring into action and get your home ready for summer? Contact the roofing, siding, window, door and deck experts at Glick’s Exteriors today!

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