Chances are you fell in love with your home, and its potential on the day you bought it. The character and charm spoke to you.
Your outdoor gathering space is an extension of your home.
When you have company over and entertain, this space becomes a reflection of you. It’s where you’ll enjoy the summer weather, and where you will laugh, cry, love, eat and have fun. Make it someplace special.
When it comes to upping the curb appeal of your home, sometimes subtle changes just aren’t enough.
The landscaping, the roof and the look of the porch can all have an impact, but the element with the most significant impact on look is the siding.
If the outside of your home is looking a little ho-hum, it may be time to perform a home exterior makeover this spring.
As the chilly Chicago-area temperatures linger into March, it’s a good time to talk about the steps you can take to create an energy efficient home.
As residents of northern Illinois, we are no strangers to extreme temperatures. It requires a significant amount of energy to maintain a comfortable interior during these weather extremes. At times, you may be using more energy than necessary.
Let’s look at why choosing the house siding may be one of the most important home improvement decisions you can make.
Now is the perfect time to start planning and budgeting desired exterior renovations to your home for the coming year. This allows ample time to explore popular styles, browse color swatches, and define your own personalized look with high-quality products that exceed your expectations.
Your home is your most significant asset. It’s likely where you spend the most time, and it serves as a reflection of you. When friends or family pull into the driveway, the exterior is the first thing they’ll see. It impacts your housing value and generates the ever-valuable first impression.
Hello! We wanted to take a minute and personally welcome you to the FTC Oury blog. Over the coming months, we look forward to launching a new home exteriors improvement initiative right beside you. Here’s what we mean…