1. The Importance of Gutter Guards, Part I

    Your home’s gutters are arguably one of the easiest places to forget about. They’re located high above your head, and you probably don’t notice them unless you’re hanging decorations or doing some sort of maintenance on your roof. The only other time you probably notice your gutters is when …Read More

  2. Is It Time for a New Roof?

    The roof of your home provides you with numerous benefits: it protects you from the elements, it retains hot and cold air, and it adds to your home’s curb appeal, or at least, it should. A damaged roof is not only an eyesore, but it can also put you and your family at risk. In today’s blog, we…Read More

  3. How Your Gutters Affect Your Roof

    If you’re like most Kansas City homeowners, chances are you’re not looking forward to cleaning your gutters this spring. In fact, many homeowners can’t even remember the last time they cleaned their gutters! However, cleaning your gutters and ensuring that they’re well-maintained is crucial …Read More

  4. Improve Your Home’s Value With These Tips

    If you’re like most Kansas City homeowners, you’re probably looking for ways to increase your property’s value. In today’s post, we’ll explain three ways that you can boost your home’s curb appeal and value, while also providing yourself with substantial benefits. If you’re interested …Read More

  5. Home Improvement Tips for Staying Warm this Winter

    Winter is coming, and if predictions hold true, we can expect our fair share of snow and chilly days in the coming months. Cold temps and snowfall can wreak havoc on our plans — and moods — but they're also tough on our utility bills. From ceiling fan hacks to installing new vinyl siding, we’r…Read More

  6. How to Keep a Clean Gutter During the Fall

    At Blue Springs Siding and Windows, we love fall as much as you do. From the beautifully colored leaves to smores around the fire, the Kansas City area is equal parts crisp and cozy when September and October roll around. The downside? Clogged gutters. From pine needles and falling leaves to debris …Read More