How To Correct Window Tint Bubbles On A Car

Tinting your car's windows can provide you with some privacy and can help block UV rays. When you have had an auto window tint applied, you may notice bubbles on the window. Often, these bubbles are a normal part of the tinting process and will go away on their own as the water that became trapped underneath the window tint works its way out. However, if the bubbles do not go away after two weeks, something might have gone wrong during the tint application and you'll have to take steps to correct the problem. Read More 

A Central Hub For Your Window System

If you look around your home, you probably have a bunch of controllers. Beyond just your television remotes, you probably have controllers to adjust fans, air conditioners, lights, and much more. Not to mention, there will be other controllers mounted to the wall, like the thermostat or many of the kitchen appliance controls. Many people are no installing motorized smart windows that also require a remote control. With this controller, the windows can be opened, the shades can be drawn, and the smart privacy glass can be activated. Read More 

Three Steps To Securing Your Patio In The Event Of A Storm

When you are building your dream patio area, it is a good idea to think about the safety as well as the looks. The patio often has more windows and doors than any other area of the home. Home patios are often home to other exterior structures such as patio pergolas and bay windows. Due to the set up of a patio, these are more involved when you need to install protections. Read More 

Creative Color Use: Interior Window Shutters And Room Decor

Interior window shutters can totally transform a room. Along with keeping the sun out, helping to control the temperature and providing plenty of privacy, custom shutters can add to the overall d├ęcor concept. If creating a custom palette for your room that complements the walls, furniture and other accents, take a look at some of the designer color shutter options you have and why you should consider each one. Whites and Ivories  Read More 

2 Things To Keep In Mind When Replacing Interior Doors

If you have an interior door that doesn't sit properly in its frame anymore or just looks outdated, you should replace it. When you replace an interior door, you need to decide if you want to replace just the door or the frame. Then you need to determine what type of door you want to replace your old interior doors with. 1. Changing the Frame The frame, or trim, is the material that goes around the outer edge of your door and frames it. Read More