Finally with spring weather ushering out the final winter storms, it is time to think about those home improvement projects you have been putting off—including getting new windows and doors. Starting now instead of waiting until summer could save you a lot of time and money. By addressing the problems in the spring, you will hopefully avoid them getting any worse. You can also get more flexible scheduling with contractors and more competitive bids. Not to mention all the summer days you can free up for fun and recreation. Not sure where to start? Here are a few home improvements you can get a jump on this spring:

  1. Repair Winter Damage

How well did your home hold up this winter? Did rain leak through the roof or siding? Did your basement flood? Any water damage could lead to warping, rot, and mold. So you will want to address these issues as soon as possible, before seemingly small problems become big ones.

  1. Clear Gutters and Downspouts

Though the worst of the winter storms are over, there are probably still plenty of rainy days ahead. That is why they call them spring showers, after all. You need the gutters and downspouts on your home to capture and carry the water away properly. Otherwise, you might be dealing with even more water damage. If your gutters are clogged with dead leaves and debris, clear them out. If your gutters are not too high, and you can work comfortably and safely on a ladder, you can do this yourself with work gloves and a garden hose. If the downspouts are too clogged, you might want to hire a service to do it for you.

  1. Re-Paint

A paint job can go a long way in sprucing up the exterior of your home. If you want just a small, simple project, start by painting the front door. It is often the focal point of your exterior and a fresh coat of paint will make a nice welcome for visitors. You can also paint trim around windows and doors as well as your exterior siding if it needs an update. The reason you want to start this project in spring is because preparation, like sanding and scraping, can take a week or two if you are doing the entire exterior. You also want to apply paint in dry weather, preferably when temperatures are between 50 and 90 degrees.

  1. Outdoor Building

Need to re-plaster the pool, build a new patio, or put up a fence? It is a good idea to start these projects in the spring. They often take weeks to accomplish and you will want to start enjoying them as soon as possible.

  1. Replacement Windows and Doors

Last, but not least, spring is a great time to install new windows and doors. The weather is not too hot, so it isn’t unbearable when your home is open to the outside. The milder temperatures also make it easier for crews to install windows quickly and efficiently.

You don’t have to wait until summer arrives to get new windows and doors in Garden Grove, CA. If you do, you can expect higher prices, swamped contractors, and longer wait times. Instead, call Seaport Windows and Doors today at 714-220-3939. Or set up an appointment to visit us at 4201 Katella Ave., Los Alamitos, CA 90720.

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