3 Products to Reduce Spring Maintenance on Your Home

By: Danny Lipford

Royal siding and trim on house.

From cleaning siding to getting your yard in shape for the warm weather ahead, the arrival of spring is the perfect time to tackle outdoor maintenance projects around your home.

While we can’t make all of your outside maintenance chores disappear; here are three innovative products that can reduce, or even eliminate, the time you spend on them each year.

Low Maintenance Siding and Trim

If you’re working overtime to repair and paint the siding and trim on your home, it’s time to consider replacing it with low maintenance vinyl siding and trim from Royal Building Products.

Royal window surroundTheir latest innovations are Royal Conceal trim and Envelop® window and door surrounds, which are both constructed of solid, cellular PVC for long lasting durability that is termite proof and won’t rot.

Royal Conceal trim is available in corner boards, skirt boards, and standard window and door trim.

Envelop is a collection of four different molded window and door surrounds, designed by noted architect Marianna Cusato, that add character and style to your home.

Outdoor Mold and Algae Cleaner

To rid the outside of your home of mold, mildew, moss, lichen, and algae this spring, simply apply Wet & Forget outdoor cleaner to surfaces with a pump up sprayer and you’re done! There’s no scrubbing, rinsing, or pressure washing needed.

Wet & Forget outdoor cleanerWet & Forget Outdoor doesn’t contain bleach and is safe to use around shrubs and other plants.

It’s gentle cleaning action can be used on any exterior surface—including siding, trim, gutters, downspouts, decks, patios, sidewalks, steps, driveways, and roofs—without causing fading or damage.

The long lasting formula and gentle cleaning action of Wet & Forget outdoor cleaner keeps stains away for a year or more on most surfaces.

Self-Propelled Lawn Mower

Now that the outside of your house is in good shape for spring, it’s time to tackle the yard. Lawn-Boy self-propelled lawn mowers make fast work of cutting your grass, leaving you with more time to relax!

Lawn-Boy lawn mowerWith a generous 21” cutting deck and efficient Kohler 6.5 (gross torque) engine, Lawn-Boy mowers provide plenty of cutting power even under tough conditions. The 2-point blade height adjustment makes raising and lowering the blade easy.

The self-propelled rear wheel drive includes a variable speed feature for better traction and cutting in both high and low grass.

Lawn-Boy mowers also come with a keyed, electric start option that allows you to just turn the key and go.

Now that your home maintenance and lawn chores are done, it’s time to sit back on your deck, pour yourself a tall lemonade, and relax!

Watch Products to Make Spring Home Maintenance Chores Easy to find out more.

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  • Cindy Says:
    March 28th, 2014 at 11:46 am

    I was wondering if your Wet & Forget outdoor cleaner can be used on my outdoor furniture. Mine are white hard plastic chairs that get coated with a black like film. I’ve had this furniture for years and just love it. I have used everything I can think of to clean it (including a bleach wash) but I can no longer seem to get the black out completely. Also, I have just painted my white house a beige because of this similar black that wouldn’t wash off even with a powerwasher and some type of chemical that was suppose to remove the dirt. It didn’t work either. I live on a busy street and wonder if the car or truck exhausts have caused this. I sure would love it if this Wet & Forget could solve these problems. Your response please!!!


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