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Roofing services, siding installation & more

For all your roofing, siding, and window replacement needs, contact BLM Construction & Remodeling, LLC. We have a variety of options for all types and sizes of homes to fit your budget. We stay on-time and under budget for every project we do, and there are never any surprise fees at the end of the job because you get a FREE estimate up front.


There are so many choices and lots of information regarding windows and doors. Whether you are looking at aesthetics, how they look or energy efficiency, you return on the investment, there are many decisions to make. It can be daunting. Let us help you navigate the process. Here are some choices:

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that you’ll save between $126 to $465 a year by replacing single-pane windows in your home. Energy-efficient windows are also excellent at reducing noise pollution. Most homeowners report that 60%-75% of exterior noise is muted when they installed IGUs in their home.

"I am the vice president of a homeowners association that used BLM Construction to do a $300,000 roof and gutter replacement project. They were phenomenal to work with and we are using them on countless other projects now. Highly recommend."

- Seth Werner


  • Double-hung Windows: Double hung windows are the most popular window type to have installed in your home. It’s the most common window you’ll see with two sashes that open vertically. They are also one of the most affordable

  • Single-hung Windows: They’re cheaper, but they’re less popular than double-hung windows because the top sash is inoperable, which makes them less functional and harder to clean.

  • Casement Windows: While slightly more expensive, these tend to keep out drafts and cold air better than double- and single-hung windows, so they’re a smart buy if you live in the chilly north.

  • Awning Windows: Hinged at the top, awning windows open outward to let in air from the left or right and the bottom. They can be installed above, below or alongside a stationary or operating window.

  • Picture Windows: This variety is a large stationary window that lets in the maximum amount of light and views of the outdoors.

  • Transom Windows: A narrow window that can be either operating to let in air or non-operating (stationary) and mounted above a door or window to let in more light.

  • Slider Window: Gliding along a track, sliding windows have at least one operating window that slides horizontally over or past the other window. They are most often used in modern- or contemporary-style houses.

  • Stationary Windows: These windows do not open, but they can be customized in nearly any angle or shape you desire. They are often found in modern- or contemporary-style houses in conjunction with operating windows.

  • Bay or Bow Windows: Generally, bay or bow windows give you more interior space, as they protrude out from the exterior of the siding of the house. They are a combination of windows often with a stationary window in the middle flanked by either double-hung windows or casements. Photo courtesy of Tracy Morris.


According to Remodeling Magazine’s 2013 Cost vs. Value Report, a new roof increases home resale value by a national average of nearly $12,000. The survey also revealed that homeowners who have new roofing installed can expect to recover an average of 62.9% of the installation cost through increased home value.

There are so many options, knowing what to choose can be challenging. Let BLM Construction & Remodeling, LLC help you navigate these key decisions.


Here are just a few of your roofing options:

  • Solar tiles
  • Asphalt shingles
  • Metal roofing
  • Stone-coated steel
  • Slate
  • Rubber slate
  • Clay and concrete tiles
  • Green roofs
  • Built-up roofing

A new roof will improve the resale value of your home as well as your curb appeal. It improves the overall appearance of your home. Besides adding 20 to 50 years warranty on your roof, new roofing can improve your energy efficiency which puts money back in your pocket. It’s amazing what a new roof can do when you are ready to sell your home. When an inspector sees a new roof, it helps with the overall inspection of your home.

Siding & Exterior Finishes

Siding will improve your home’s curb appeal and will also improve your home’s energy efficiency. BLM Construction & Remodeling, LLC will help you make the best choices for your budget and long term needs.


Here is a list of Exterior Finish Choices:

  • Brick Siding
  • Engineered Wood
  • Fiber-Cement Siding
  • Glass
  • Metal Siding
  • Stone Siding
  • Stucco Siding
  • Vinyl Siding
  • Wood Siding

Save With Energy-Efficient Replacement Windows

We also specialize in replacement window installations for your home. We can install the newest, most energy-efficient windows on the market which can reduce your monthly utility bills. Call us for more information on our replacement windows and services!

We proudly serve the following Pennsylvania counties: Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry and York.