There is a trend that is currently taking the home improvement scene by storm: mixed-texture looks. Much like in fashion, mixing and matching different textures and styles has long been used to create a more interesting look. For your home’s exterior, this means choosing two or more siding textures to give the outside of your home that extra oomph. In today’s post, trusted siding and window contractor, Polar Bear, shares three tips to help you pull off the look and make your home the envy of the block.Continue reading “Mixed-Texture Exteriors: 3 Tips To Help Pull off the Look”
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The winter season is a time when your home’s exterior is put to the test. Given your siding is one of your home’s primary defenses against the elements, it may likely have sustained damage over the past few months. Today, Polar Bear Exterior Solutions, your local siding and roofing contractor, takes a look at the common types of winter siding damage you shouldn’t ignore.
When it comes to siding material, you’ll have no shortage of options and most homeowners tend to gravitate toward the option that is both affordable and durable. While you’ll find numerous products on the market that fit these requirements, such as aluminum, vinyl and stucco, there’s likely one material that your siding contractor recommended for you to consider: James Hardie® siding.
In this post, Polar Bear Exterior Solutions discusses the reasons why James Hardie siding is known as the “superior siding.”
Fixing a roof can be difficult, tedious and downright dangerous. Before you start any DIY project, carefully consider the pros and cons. Sure, a DIY project may have its own benefits, but more often than not, it brings negative results. Polar Bear Exterior Solutions, Seattle’s top roofing and awning contractor, explains why hiring a pro for your home improvement project is always in your best interest.
With summer fast approaching, now is a great time to look after your deck. It’s your outdoor retreat for quiet mornings, pool parties and barbeque nights, after all. However, harsh weather conditions during the cold season might have done a number on your deck.