BRIGHTON, MI HARDWOOD FLOORING & REFINISHING
Brighton is a suburb located within the metro Detroit area in the southeastern portion of Livingston County, MI. As of 2010, the census counted the city population as 7,444. Brighton is part of the South Lyon-Howell-Brighton Urban Area.
Do you own residential property in Brighton? If so, you may have been thinking about improving your home this year, and if so consider replacing your older windows and doors.
Many homes in the area were built during the Victorian era and while many have been renovated, there are still older homes that need better windows. Preserving the architectural style of the home is important, which is why window and door manufacturers create windows that can mimic the look of old windows but will offer today’s advancements that provide better energy savings.
Window & Door Replacement in Brighton
Direct Exteriors is Brighton’s choice in professional window or door replacement contractors. Adding a new storm door and new windows for your home can ensure that you have the best protection from the elements as is possible.
The windows and doors of today can withstand much more than they ever could in the past, and new technologies make your choices even wider. Double and triple paned glass is not uncommon today for replacement windows, and new technologies that help keep your home at a temperature you set will go a long way to saving you energy costs.
Gutter Repair & Installation in Brighton
If you need gutter replacement or repair, there will be several choices you will need to make. Gutters now come in colors that will match just about any siding or rooftop and you can choose something that matches the trim of your home or something that stands out. These and other choices are up to you as the homeowner.
Another option is to add on a gutter guard system that will help you keep the gutters clean which in turn makes them last longer. Debris can build up and will eventually corrode any connections or clog up your gutter system causing improper rainwater runoff. In this case, repairs are in order to ensure your system is functioning as it should.
Some homes are built without gutters at all, and if this is the case for your home, you’re probably getting really frustrated every time it rains. Entering and exiting the home can be a pain, but what’s worse is that any water pooling up near your foundation isn’t good.
The water can seep up under the foundation and wash away the soil, which in the end can cost you thousands of dollars in foundation repairs. Gutters help your roof, siding, foundation and more to last as long as they were meant to, so if they need repair or replacing, it’s best to take care of it right away.