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Family Owned and Operated Roofing Company

Professional Roofing Since 2002 - No Subcontracting -


(724) 941-8219


Serving Allegheny and Washington Counties Since 2002
Family Owned and Operated
No Subcontracting Here

Home Improvements That Maximize Curb Appeal

While your main goal when completing home improvement projects is to increase your home’s overall utility, curb appeal should also be a priority. There are certain additions and enhancements to prioritize when it comes to boosting curb appeal.

As your local roofing contractor, Knox’s Construction explains in this post what home improvements maximize your property’s curb appeal.

The Roof

As the most visible part of your home from the curb, it comes as no surprise that your roofing system’s aesthetics should take center stage. A new roof doesn’t just freshen up your home’s exterior, it also improves your property’s overall weatherproofing, insulation and protection.

Apart from the roof, it’s also important that you keep the other roofing elements in good condition. Pay extra attention to the gutters because they’re responsible for diverting water away from the rest of your exterior to prevent damage to your foundations.

The Siding

Wood siding has a classic appeal that never seems to go out of style. Despite this, it’s far from the most durable siding available. Even with treatments, moisture can do a number on it over time. This means it’s a poor choice if long-term aesthetics is your goal.

Vinyl, on the other hand, is superior for cladding. Apart from its higher durability and inherent resistance to water, it’s sturdier than wood siding. This allows it to withstand strong winds and other blunt forces that could batter your property. It’s also immune to warping and cracking–also weaknesses of wood.


Knox’s Construction can help you improve your home’s curb appeal through superior roofing and siding replacement. 

Call us today at  (724) 941-8219 to learn more about our construction services.

We offer professional roof repair services throughout Pittsburgh, PA., Allegheny and Washington Counties.