Spring Cleaning Your Windows

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Let us teach you how to clean the window panes and the frames this spring. For more on window cleaning, contact Chandler Remodeling today.

  Beautiful new replacement windows make spring window cleaning a breeze! The winter and spring may have left dust and pollen on your windows, and we’ll teach you how to clean the window panes and the frames!   What should you use?   There are lots of options for cleaning your windows. You can go … Continued


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What Types of Roofing are Available?

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Are you in the market for a new home roof? Before you make any decisions, you need to know the Available Roofing options.

So, you’re in the market for a new roof. While asphalt shingle is the most common and generally least expensive roofing material, residential roofing options have changed over the years, and it may be worth your while to take a look at them. At Chandler Remodeling, we want you to have all the facts. Asphalt … Continued


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Your Guide to Choosing Replacement Doors

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Time to replace your front doors? Learn about the features of fiberglass and steel replacement doors so you can make the best choice for your home.

You’ll probably only replace your front doors a couple of times in your life. It’s a relatively small expense that makes a big difference in the appearance of your home. Learn about the features of the most common types of doors to determine the best fit for your home.   When it comes time to … Continued


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What is Soffit Siding?

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Soffit siding is commonly used around a building’s main roof. This siding is used to complete the blank elements of your home.

There’s a very good chance that your building has soffit installed. When you walk outside and look up toward your roof, the material connecting the roof overhang and the side of your building is soffit siding. The word soffit has French origins, and literally translates to “something fixed underneath.”  Soffit siding is commonly used around … Continued


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