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Every winter, Minnesotans contend with the harsh realities of snow and ice and the impacts they can have on a house. We’ve put together our top three winter hazards that homeowners must watch out for.

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Asphalt shingles are a popular choice for roofing materials, but they can be prone to damage—especially in Minnesota's snowy climate. In this article, we cover the telltale visual cues that indicate your asphalt roof is in need of some professional attention.

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When shopping for windows, there are five main considerations: How they look, how much they cost, how they hold up to the elements, how much maintenance they require, and how energy efficient they are. Clad windows perform well in all these areas. What is cladding and how does it provide these benefits?

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For hundreds of years, metal roofs have been dotting landscapes. While that used to be the case only in rural regions, metal roofs have been gaining popularity in urban and suburban areas. There are many reasons why that is happening. We’ll take a look at the pros and cons, popular metal roof materials, and how metal roofing is made.

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What comes to mind when you think of uses for cement? Driveways? Sidewalks? What about siding? It might not be the first thought that comes to mind, but it is a good thought that many homeowners are now considering.

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These days, windows do more than just let light in on sunny days and protect from the elements. They also help to keep the heat in when it’s cold, keep the heat out when it’s hot, and improve the look and feel of your home.

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They’re a common sight on roofs throughout the world: asphalt shingles. What are the different types of asphalt shingles, how are they made, and why are they so popular?

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When it comes to siding, there are many options: wood, engineered wood, fiber cement, aluminum, and vinyl.To help determine which is best for you, read on.

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The sound of nail guns on roofs is a sure sign of spring in Minnesota. Should your roof be next? Knowing common signs of roof damage can go a long way toward answering that question.

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Curb appeal is vital when it comes time to sell your home. Even if you aren't thinking about jumping into the home selling market, you likely want your home to look as nice on the outside as it does on the inside. Check out our four exterior improvements that deliver both monetarily when you sell your home and for enjoyment while you live there.

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Go ahead and admit it, you want a metal roof. Everyone does, because summoning the insurance company every time a good hail storm passes through gets old. A few calls, though, and you find that a metal roof will set you back over twice as much as your average asphalt shingle system. Is metal roofing truly worth digging that deep? Since a metal installation can well be a one-and-done fixture, the answer is a roof-raising yes. Here's why.

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With the approach of spring and summer, many homeowners feel a sense of renewal after the long winter. Their thoughts start turning to home improvements like remodeling the kitchen. However, Keyprime Roofing recommends fall as an ideal time to schedule this type of job. Here are three reasons why:

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Homeowners have a lot of low-maintenance material options available for their home improvement needs. Between energy efficient windows, cedar roofing, and long-lasting repair techniques, there are many durable and cost-effective ways to improve your home. Now, low-maintenance siding options are also available. Because siding protects your home from wind, rain, and the sun, it’s an incredibly important investment.

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In the winter, insulation matters. Aside from replacing your windows, you have a few options if you’re facing drafty living rooms or frosty glass. It can be difficult to make your house warm, but a little ingenuity goes a long way. Keyprime Roofing and Remodeling offers several window options, and each utilizes the high-quality materials needed to deflect the cold.

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With school well underway and routines established, many people start thinking about the impending winter time cold. Hoping to ward off another season of high utility bills, thoughts turn to ways to make their homes more energy efficient. One of the easiest and most effective ways of doing so is to add more insulation to your attic. If you notice any of the following, it's a good indication that you need to do so as soon as possible.

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