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When Should I Replace My Siding?

Siding on a home makes a home look new and inviting; however, when siding ages, the appearance of a home deteriorates. There are top 10 signs that you need to replace your siding such as when you notice chipping, pealing or cracking. Vinyl Siding Culpeper has a wide selection of siding to choose from. Another sign is when you see […]

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How to Protect Your Home’s Exterior During Winter

As we mentioned in our previous blog post, our Fall in the Culpeper area has been pretty warm so far. But, cold weather should be on its way with Winter only a month and a half away. When the cold weather sets in, it can bring along other weather conditions that make your home’s exterior vulnerable. So, what should you […]

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Winter Home Maintenance Checklist

Winter has already begun, on December 21st, which means it’s time for a new season of home maintenance! Culpeper Window and Siding, Inc. wants to make sure that you’re always taking great care of your home, because that’s what keeps it looking new and feeling great! So, let’s take a look at a few things you should do for the […]

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Safe Outdoor Holiday Decorating

It’s finally here, the holiday season! This time of the year is very exciting for a lot of Americans, who celebrate holidays in December. If you’re one of them, you’re probably getting into the holiday spirit and decorating your home. But, when you decorate, you need to remember to be safe! Outdoor decorating can especially be dangerous, if done incorrectly. […]

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What to Do if a Window Breaks

Happy summer day Culpeper! We hope you are enjoying a day off and if you are not, drive carefully because accidents happen. One accident that we see a lot is a broken window. Most of our clients call us because they need to replace their old windows, but we do get those that just need one window replaced. A broken […]

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Clogged Gutters Can Lead to a New Gutter Installation

Your gutters and downspouts are a very important part of the home drainage system. When the gutters are properly installed, it is easy to manage the flow of rainwater from the room and away from the foundation of your home, the walls and other vulnerable structures. On the other hand, when the gutters aren’t properly installed and maintained, you will […]

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When you look at your home what do you see?

When you look at your home either after you buy it or after you’ve lived in it for awhile you start to see items that need to be updated inside and out. This is natural because nothing lasts forever. Most people like to start with the inside because this is what they see when they come in the door. This […]

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How to Reduce Energy Use at Home

Welcome back to our blog! If you are in the Culpeper area and are reading this today, you might be at home relaxing and hiding from the April showers. It has been raining all day and we are starting to think that maybe mother earth is just celebrating by raining on its special day. Today is Earth Day, so we are […]

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How to Keep Birds out of Gutters

After just going through gutter installation in Culpeper, we understand the frustration when a bird or family of birds decide to make those new gutters their home. Gutter repair or gutter replacement may be required already depending on how much damage they performed. Not only does this cost the homeowner more money, but they also have to sit through another […]

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Spring Cleaning – Don’t Forget the Gutters

Spring has arrived in Culpeper and as we mentioned in our 6 Spring Home Maintenance Tips post, cleaning your gutters is one of the most important tasks for Spring. Of course, we believe that the rest of the tasks included in that post are also important, but because we have April showers on the horizon, cleaning your gutters should be your number […]

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