Your home’s roofing system is its first line of defense from the elements, but it’s also the most visible part of your frontage. You can even argue that it’s your home’s primary focal point. Updating your roof revitalizes and often changes the way your facade looks.
Minnesota’s 1st Choice discusses style tips to keep in mind when you update your roof.
Landscape And Your Roof
We recommend updating your landscaping when you switch to a new roof. Though it sounds like a lot of work, you can revitalize your landscape in accordance with your roof by adding some color to it. Consider planting flowers that match your roof’s shingle color to add a sense of “oneness” to your home.
Update Your Windows
Your windows are smaller focal points in the exterior, so it’s a good idea to replace them with new ones if they’re showing their age. Getting replacement windows is advantageous when you consider home performance as new windows use energy more efficiently and can regulate your home’s insulation. More insulation equals comfort.
Outdoor lighting brings some much-needed atmosphere to your home’s exterior spaces and extends the usability of your lawn and porch area even after dark. It’s also an “ambient” security feature and makes a good natural deterrent.
Finally, we recommend updating the color of your entry doors. It’s the easiest way to revitalize an old door and boosts your home’s curb appeal. Entry doors, after all, draws the eye from the street.
Count on Minnesota’s 1st Choice to provide you professional home remodeling services. Call us at (507) 216-6371 for more information on our services. We install replacement windows throughout Apple Valley, Albert Lea, and Owatonna, MN.