October 11, 2017
Fall brings beautiful colors to the trees in your yard, but as the leaves start to fall, it is essential that you make gutter maintenance a top priority. In Cleveland, gutters are at a great risk due to the high potential for the winter storms that follow autumn.
As Cleveland gutter companies explain, clogs can build up quickly during the fall. If heavy rains or snow occur, the water overflow can...
October 6, 2017
Here at Miller Custom Exteriors, the word “custom” isn’t just part of our company name—it’s a central part of the type of work we offer to our customers. Perhaps one of the best examples of this is our board and batten metal siding.
In 2010, we were approached by the owners of a 1940s-era log cabin who wanted to reduce their maintenance needs without giving up the cabin’s quaint appearance. Our...
October 2, 2017
At Miller Custom Exteriors, our experienced masonry team is equipped to help with a wide variety of exterior remodeling projects. Our cultured stone installations are perfect for any part of the house. From enhancing your Ohio siding to adding keystones and window ledges, our team can provide beautiful stonework that improves the appearance of your home.
Our team’s extensive experience allows us...
September 29, 2017
With winter on its way, anything you can do to save on your heating bill is sure to provide welcome relief during the colder months. From new windows to smart thermostats, here are a few ways you can save this winter.
1. New Windows
Outdated windows are consistently cited as one of the top causes of home energy loss. Our Cleveland window replacement team can help you save on your heating bill...
September 9, 2017
In rainy areas such as Cleveland, gutters play a crucial role in protecting your home from water damage. But what if your gutters aren’t working like they should? Cleveland gutter companies note that the following signs are clear indicators that it’s time to replace your gutters:
One of the most obvious signs that something is wrong with your gutters is when they begin to sag or...