4 Insulation Solutions to Help with Stopping the Cold Winter Drafts to Make Your Home Cozy Again

There are many different improvements that make your home more energy-efficient, and some of them can help keep your home warm as well. If you want your home to be warm and cozy, you want to end problems with air leaks and cold drafts. Here are some of the insulation solutions that will help stop those cold winter drafts and keep your home cozy through the long winter nights. 1. Better Energy Efficiency with Good Insulation and Ventilation in the Attic Read More 

How To Know If You Need A New Entry Door For Your Home

It is important to make sure that the entry door for your home is always in great shape, and that it is replaced when it is needed. To help you know when you might need a contractor do a new entry door installation, you can read through the following information. Opening And Closing The Door Is A Struggle You should not have to put a lot of effort into opening or closing your entry door. Read More 

Install New Windows When Remodeling Your Home

If you are remodeling your older home to give it a more modern look, then you won't want to forget the windows. Remodeling an older home and leaving the original windows can cause your home to still maintain an older feel. Here are some fresh ideas you may want to consider for custom windows when you are remodeling your older home: Consider removing wood-framed windows If you have wood-framed windows throughout your house, then you should really consider updating them. Read More 

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