Entries by Tod & Todd

Let Us Help You Match Replacement Window Trim to Your Home

If you’re considering replacement windows, you probably have a lot on your mind—the size, the shape, the features, and more. It’s also important to consider how to match windows to the interior trim of your home. Replacement window trim is a great way to update the look of your home’s interior. If you’re only replacing […]

Now is the Time to Tackle Home Improvements

Most of us are more than ready to say goodbye to 2020. Although it was a year like no other, we’ve all learned a lot—like how to spend an epic amount of time at home. While you’ve been working (and eating, and entertaining yourself) from home, chances are you’ve noticed a few house updates you’d […]

Window Seal Failure is More Common than You Think

For a window to work properly, it should have a tight seal. The window should easily open and close. When shut, there shouldn’t be air seeping through, but homeowners are often surprised to learn that window seal failure is all too common. In Wisconsin, getting out the tape and plastic is a needless, but “time-honored […]

When is the Best Time to Replace Siding on Your Home?

As you start to get your home ready for the winter, do you notice that your siding is looking less-than-beautiful? Maybe you see some dents, dings, or areas where the old aluminum siding has come loose. Perhaps there are cracks. If your house is painted wood, you may notice peeling, bubbling, or dull areas—even mildewed […]

Aluminum Siding vs. Vinyl Siding: Which is the Best Choice for Your Home?

Look at your home’s exterior. Is your paint peeling? Do you have old, dated aluminum siding that’s dented and damaged? Is your wood siding rotting? Is your stucco finish chipping and dated? If it’s time for an exterior update, siding is a wonderful option. But what kind of siding should you choose? Between aluminum siding […]

When is it Time to Stop Fighting those Hard-to-Open Windows?

Are you tired of tolerating hard-to-open windows? The concept seems simple enough—windows should open easily and close securely. Your windows should never slam down or require brute force to close. Yet, many homeowners seem to find themselves in a constant battle with hard-to-open windows. They put up with stuck sliding windows; they try hacks (like […]