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Improve Your Kitchen to Help Sell Your Home


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Improve Your Kitchen to Help Sell Your Home

My husband and I recently put our home onto the market, because we were expecting a baby and need to upgrade to something larger. When offers rolled in that were really low, we decided to ask our realtor why people thought the house was worth so much less than it was. He was honest and told us that he had heard our kitchen was a bit of an eyesore. He was right, but I had actually put off renovations because I knew we were looking to sell the home soon. We took the gamble and renovated our kitchen. It paid off! We received an offer that was near our asking price, and it made the kitchen renovations well worth it! I created this blog to help others struggling to sell their homes realize that a few small improvements can help you finally sell your home!

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Are Metal Shingles Right For Your Home?

You may be surprised that decades ago, tin roofs were the main roofing material for homes.Things have changed as decades passed and improved technology with more styles that are lightweight and durable. They are good for reflectors against the sun during the hot, humid summer months. You need to weigh the advantages and disadvantages before you can decide whether metal shingles are right for your home.

Metal Shingle Styles: The metal style roofing is made to replicate the Spanish-style roofing made from slate, wood shakes, and tile. They are manufactured in panels, usually four feet long, and may require special contractors that have been accredited with 'factory-taught' classes before the worker can install the metal roof.

Galvanized Steel: Steel roofs are Eco-friendly since they are 100% recyclable and will last a lifetime with its metallic coating to prevent rust. It is usually manufactured with a colored baked-on paint finish. If you live in an area where the wind is a factor, this may be a good choice for you. It is capable of withstanding winds of 160 mph which are above the industry's standard rating. Coastal areas may need to be replaced sooner than other types if you live in an area that experiences moist, salty air.

Aluminum: If you are in a coastal area, aluminum might be a better choice because it offers corrosion resistance and lasts longer than galvanized steel. It is simpler than other choices to install since it is more formable because of its lightweight qualities. It recovers quickly from the heat of the day. Aluminum can also be painted.

Copper: Few people choose copper because it is pricey, but it can last for centuries. If you live in a home that might be passed down to the next generation, copper is a good choice. Many homes use copper to accent the architecture such as windows on the roof or porches. It is maintenance free and can be used near bodies of salt water. It is also earthquake and wind resistant.

Forget the myths of a metal roof. It won't make you more prone to lightning striking, and it isn't noisy in the rain. Many also believe it makes the house colder in the winter, but insulation eliminates that factor.

Each of the choices for metal roofing has specific benefits that might make one of them a good choice for your home. If your budget and personal preferences are met, you are ready to make your home the talk of the neighborhood. Only you, as the homeowner, can decide which will best suit your décor. To learn more, contact a company like K&R Roofing and Gutters