As the holidays approach some families will come in from out of town while others will swing in from around the corner. When guests arrive the first thing they will see is the porch, the grand entryway into your home. Some porches are less than desirable based on their age, while others just need a little bit of a facelift. Some may have a family member that visits the porch for a cold drink before or after dinner, while others may sit or stand on your porch just to get a breath of fresh air.
“‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house”, might sound premature, but if you’re planning to host Thanksgiving or Christmas or both, you may want to start. If you have a large or growing family, do you have enough room for everyone to mingle and sprawl out within your home? Are you planning a Christmas party where you are anticipating close to one hundred guests? If you’re scrambling for answers, perhaps construction is the solution.
Not very many homes in Oklahoma, or even the US, have a homeowner that doesn’t want to change something about their home. Some smaller projects give way to larger jobs, but typically a handful of smaller home improvement projects can really transform a home setting. We will discuss a few that you may not have realized or considered that may have you rethinking your home and how it functions best for you and your family.
The phrase, ‘a roof over your head’, might sound cliché during a conversation, but the roof is essentially the most important part of your home. One may argue that the shower, kitchen, laundry room or living room is more important; however, without a roof, no room would last for very long. It just couldn’t possibly stand up to hail, sleet, rain, snow, high winds, or blazing hot days if not for a durable and long-lasting roof. Get a free professional estimate on your roof repairs from the Claremore, OK construction and roofing experts at C&A Roofing and Construction.
Stay out of the heat this summer and call Claremore, OK construction company C&A Roofing & Construction. June, July, August and usually some of September in Oklahoma boast some incredibly hot days. These blistering times can last a day or two or carry on for a month or more. When there is work to be done outdoors, it certainly isn’t a pleasant feeling when it feels as though there is no relief in sight. Nothing beats the soaring temperatures like an enclosed patio or day-room attached to the back of your home. With our experienced construction team you can count on solid craftsmanship without having to sweat a bead.