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Virtual In-Home Estimate

At Pro Home Improvement, we are always looking for ways to innovate. It is important to us that we can help any homeowner with their home improvement projects, no matter how busy their schedule. We also know that in these times of uncertainty that it can be a difficult choice allowing a stranger into your […]

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Roofing Replacement

Water Stains on the Ceiling

The sheer difficulty of locating water penetration points with 100% confidence is very high. This is the reason Pro Home Improvement recommends having a professional roofing contractor perform a full roof inspection to identify where the source of the problem might be.

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Insulation Materials

Winter Blues? Insulate Your Attic!

A big source of heat and energy loss for many homes is the attic. Proper ventilation, as well as the type and amount of insulation used, can have a big impact on how comfortable your home stays during the winter months. Insulating is something that will pay for itself many times over through reduced energy […]

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Keeping Warm After Carpet Removal

There’s no doubt about it. Carpeting will make a room warmer and works as a great insulating material for your floors and home. However, many people prefer the look of hardwood floors and so it’s understandable that you may have wanted to make a change. Once carpet is removed, an uninsulated floor can account for […]

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Winter Maintenance

Safely Hanging Holiday Lights

If you’re like us, you like to get festive around this time of year and there’s no better way to show it than with a beautiful display of holiday lights on your home.

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Seasonal

Siding For The Cost Of A Cup Of Coffee

This weekend Pro Home Improvement is offering our Pro Grade siding financed for as little as $88 a month. The cost of a cup of coffee a day!

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Quick Fix

Safely Cleaning Home Gutters

It is recommended that you clean your gutters twice per year. Here are some tips on how to get the best result while staying safe.

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How To Fix Drafty Windows

John K. asks: As the temperatures have started to drop over the last couple weeks, I have noticed cold air coming from around my windows even with the windows closed tightly. New windows are not in the budget and I was wondering what I could do to lessen their impact through the winter.

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Insulation Advice

Eliminate Drafty Walls

The bitter cold is here in Michigan, which means energy costs are on the rise. When you don’t feel comfortable in your own home, due to cold walls, you turn up the thermostat. But this only treats the symptom, not the cause. Sure, your house might warm up a bit, but there’s still a massive […]

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Fall Maintenance

Inspect Attic Insulation

While an attic is often used only for storage, it doesn’t mean it should be left unattended or overlooked. Attics should be inspected at least once a year to identify any problems or potential threats to the overall safety of your home. Common issues that attic inspections can bring to light include fire damage, water […]

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