The Benefits Of Glass Railings In Your Home

If you have heard about the glass railings that people are now installing in their homes, but have been unsure as to whether it would be the right upgrade for you, you will want to keep reading. Here are some of the benefits that you can receive from having glass railings in your home. Extreme Durability Too many people think the opposite; that glass railings will be less durable. However, tempered glass railings are extremely strong and are not going to dry out, crack, break, or corrode like other railing options will over time. Read More 

Signs That You Need New Windows

One major home upgrade you'll need to do at some point is to install new windows. Old windows can cause a variety of problems within your home, and window replacement is the best way to fix it. Here are some tips to learn if it's time to get new windows installed. The Windows Don't Stay In An Open Position Windows that are still in good shape are able to maintain their open position at all times. Read More 

3 Reasons To Get Motorized Window Shades For Your Home

If you are looking to change up the decor throughout your home, one item you might be looking at revamping or replacing are your window shades and blinds. While changing the color of your window shades can certainly change the overall vibe of a room, there's an opportunity here to add an extra useful perk to your home that you might not be aware of. More and more homeowners today are discovering the benefits of adding motorized window shades to their home. Read More 

How To Replace Your Sunroom Windows Weatherstripping

The efficiency of your sunroom windows is bound to change over the years. Sunrooms are particularly vulnerable if your window sashes are leaking air. Of course, a lot of things can fade, wear down and break, significantly effecting the efficiency of your windows. One of the most common problems is that the felt weatherstripping along the bottom edge of a movable window wears down over the years. As a result, even when the window is closed and locked, it does not create an airtight seal. Read More 

Five Ways To Use Plantation Shutters In Your Home

Plantation shutters evoke the days of the colonial sugar and coffee plantations that dotted tropical islands around the globe. Designed to keep the hot rays of the sun away from the plantation house's living spaces while still allowing air to circulate in that era before air conditioning, plantation shutters are tall, wooden shutters with louvers that can be easily opened and closed. Although the roots of these shutters are firmly planted in a past era, there are still a number of fun ways to use plantation shutters to enhance the beauty of your home. Read More