Get Your Home Ready for Summer

This year in the Midwest, it seems that we have skipped over the mild temperatures of spring and gone straight into the heat of summer. It may seem like all you need to do to prepare for summer is to buy a new swimsuit, but your home actually needs some attention as well. After you complete your traditional spring cleaning, take a look outside for some important home improvements that will save you time and money in the long run. Our team at Thunderbolt Construction, Inc., is here to help as you prepare for those hot summer months.

Summer Home Improvement

Insulation

You may think that insulation is only something to consider in the winter months. However, insulation is one of the best ways to help your home fight the heat of summer. This added layer in your home’s walls and attic is a great way to keep the cool air inside and the hot air outside. Our general contractors can thoroughly assess your home to make sure you have the right type and amount of insulation.

Siding

Another way to protect your home from the elements is your siding. If the siding is too old or worn, it may not be doing its job anymore. To ensure your home is safe this summer, consider the value of new siding. Our team has a wide range of siding options, and we provide professional installation to get your home looking like new before summer really arrives.

Gutters

Be sure you don’t forget your gutters as you prepare for summer. Winter can be tough on them, and damage can lead to leaks that let water into your basement or crawl space or cause wood rot around the gutters. At Thunderbolt Construction Inc., we can either do an entire gutter replacement or just address the sections that may need small repairs.

Find Out More

If any of these summertime home improvements or any of our other services sound right to you, contact Thunderbolt Construction at (630) 584-7600, and we will help you get started with an obligation-free quote. We can help you get your home ready for the hot summer months ahead.

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