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How to Winterize Your Sliding Patio Doors

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • December 23, 2019
Sliding patio doors help create a seamless connection between your indoors and outdoors. Their wide glass area and sleek frames allow for a wide view of your backyard and the entry of sunlight to your home. However, these doors can be one of...

Important Tips for Winterizing Your Deck

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • December 12, 2019
As long as you ensure proper upkeep, your deck can still look good all year round. Now that winter is here, it’s time to give this part of your home some TLC. Harmony Home Improvement, your local provider of deck installation services, shares...

Vinyl Siding: A Sustainable Building Product

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • November 27, 2019
Apart from its durability, affordability and low-maintenance qualities, vinyl siding also helps play a vital and growing role in ensuring the long-term health of the planet. For siding manufacturer CertainTeed™, it is the only cladding product that can be recycled multiple times into...

The Hidden Benefits of Metal Roofing Systems

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • November 20, 2019
From their long, low-maintenance service life to the yearly energy savings they generate, metal roofing systems continue to be an attractive option in residential roofing projects. These hidden benefits, however, make them one of the top roofing choices among homeowners.

Outdoor Deck Maintenance: Should You Paint or Stain?

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • November 6, 2019
The exterior deck has become the outdoor living space of choice for the modern American household. As a homeowner, you should realize that this part of your home requires maintenance. Constant exposure to the elements can weaken the unprotected wood, leading to cracks,...

What is Ply Gem Steel Siding?

  • Harmony Home Improvement
  • October 18, 2019
Ply Gem’s Steel Siding is one of the strongest exterior options in the industry. Unlike other materials, steel resists water absorption, which can cause the siding to delaminate, rot and crumble. It’s also composed of up to 50 percent recycled materials and completely...