Birds Flying Into Glass Around Your Home ~ Here’s What You Can Do To Ethically Shoo Them Away

If birds are routinely flying into your windows or glass doors, you have a situation that could become dangerous quickly. This is because birds that fly into glass may cause damages. Although it may feel like "attack of the angry birds," the birds crashing into your property are likely not angry. The following are some proactive measures you can take to protect your home and family. Change Cleaning Routine Cleaning your windows and glass to the point that the glass is extremely transparent may result in birds flying into the glass. Read More 

How To Install A Round Window Once Your Sheathing Is Installed

Round windows are one of those windows styles that come and go from the mainstream. If you are choosing to install a window, you might not know exactly how to do it. You could either call a window installation company or you could try to do it yourself. If you choose to do it yourself after you have put up the sheathing, here are the steps that you are going to need to follow. Read More 

How To Create An English Country Cottage Look For Cozy Curb Appeal

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Window Frame Options For New Installations

If you're looking to get new windows installed, it may be confusing. Luckily, you can make your choice easier by learning about the pros and cons of different materials in this article. To decide which one is best for you, consider the following three sections on wood, aluminum, and vinyl: Wood Wood is the classic material when it comes to window frame materials. It is incredibly versatile, being a natural material. Read More 

Three Problem Spots Where You Can Use Plants To Conceal Seams In Vinyl Siding

Since it's so cheap and practical while still looking relatively well on a wide variety of homes, vinyl siding is a very popular material to put on residential walls. However, since vinyl siding panels typically come in lengths too small to cover the entirety of an uninterrupted wall without seams, the responsibility is on you to cover and obscure the seams when they're in particularly conspicuous places. In particular, pay attention to these three common problem spots where plants can be employed to conceal seams in vinyl siding. Read More