RemodelingCentral Releases New Guides to Prepare Homeowners for Fall and Winter

The newest remodeling reports show an increase for homeowners who want to make improvements for winter. RemodelingCentral.com’s new guides show readers just what to do to make their homes impenetrable to cold, wind, and ice.

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It’s meant to provide specific information about remodeling, no matter what day, month, or season. So there is always something new for visitors to see, whether in our article database or blog

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 15, 2012

Winter is coming, and homeowners have already started preparations. The National Association of Home Builders recently released an encouraging reports for remodeling markets, showing that many areas of the United States are focusing on remodeling projects and changing their homes for the better. With better energy savings, storm protection, and new roofs, many homes will be able to survive the harsh and often cruel season that follows autumn. For those homeowners who are in need of the top tips, guides and how-to information, RemodelingCentral has prepared daily updates and dedicated articles to make sure every project gets finished before the first snowfall.

“We looked at the top projects for winter in areas where weather is very moderate, and we also took into account areas that experience harsh snow storms. We want our visitors to be prepared, and they’re actually giving us some pretty good feedback and requesting different guides, which makes it much easier to research and provide specific projects,” said CK Adams, leading researcher for RemodelingCentral. “I think people will be really surprised to see what newer technology can do for homes to save on heating costs.”

Currently, RemodelingCentral has a daily updated blog which provides visitors the latest information about what’s going on in the remodeling industry as well as seasonal guides. Many visitors write in with requests or advice topics, which are promptly answered by the RemodelingCentral staff.

“We really pay attention to our visitors because that’s why the site was created. It’s meant to provide specific information about remodeling, no matter what day, month, or season. So there is always something new for visitors to see, whether in our article database or blog,” said Adams.

In addition, contractors and remodeling companies have also partnered with RemodelingCentral to meet those challenges facing homeowners who just can’t take on DIY home improvement projects. The new services went into effect two weeks ago and have received positive feedback so far from users, who have been able to find reputable contractors to help with major remodeling projects.

“The next step for RemodelingCentral will be to start answering all the roofing requests that come in just before winter, as well as questions about landscaping, pests and energy savings. Those are some really big concerns just before winter arrives,” said Adams.

RemodelingCentral opened over two months ago and provides hundreds of articles, tips, guides, and pictures for home improvement and full remodeling projects. In addition, the site has partnered up with local contractors and national remodeling services to provide regional and local support for homeowners who need a project completed on a schedule. With a daily updated blog, dedicated researchers, and plenty of before and after pictures, the site has quickly become one of the top resources for homeowners.


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