Wood Is Still a Great Material for Windows

When it comes to remodeling your home, installing new windows is always a great decision. Windows are a huge part of the style and functionality of your property. That is, as windows age, they become less efficeint, harder to operate, and the style looks outdated. Simply put, the windows are often the first major remodel you need to make. But, choosing the right type of window for your home can be difficult since there are so many options. Read More 

More Value For Your Buck: 3 Of The Best Remodeling Projects To Improve Your Home’s Value

Remodeling is an investment in your home that you spend a lot of time planning for. You want the investment in renovations to add value to your home, as well as give you features that you want. There are some home remodeling projects that are better than others for adding value to your home. Here are the top 3 remodeling projects that add value and functionality to your home: 1. Outdoor Living and Indoor Gathering Spaces with Modern Designs Read More 

3 Advantages Of Installing Tilt And Turn Windows In Your Home

Tilt and turn windows are different than old-school windows that you opened by turning a handle. With tilt and turn windows, you can tilt the window both inward or outward from the top or the bottom. You can also "turn" the window so that you can swing the window open from the sides as well. #1 Variety Of Ventilation Options One of the biggest advantages of tilt and turn windows is they provide you with a variety of insulation options. Read More 

Shower Door Kits Vs. Seamless Enclosures

Your shower door is much more than just a barrier to keep water in the shower. The shower door is very important when it comes to the look of your entire bathroom. In fact, it is often the central design feature of the bathroom. Many people have showers with bathtub basins and shower curtains. You can upgrade to a glass shower door to make your room more functional, stylish, and valuable. Read More 

Patch Up Your Rotten Window Frame Easily This Weekend

When your window frame starts to rot, it is important to take immediate action to stop the spread of the rot and to protect the rest of your wooden window frame. Here is what you can do over the weekend to easily and quickly patch up a rotten window frame. #1 Remove The Rotten Wood The very first thing that you need to do is remove the wood that is rotten from the frame. Read More