Choosing The Best Method Of UV Protection For Your Home

Most people know that UV radiation is dangerous when they go outside, but it surprises many to learn that UV radiation can easily cause problems indoors, too. Standard window glass doesn't protect against UVA radiation, so these UV rays can potentially hurt your skin, eyes, and bleach furniture and decorations in your home. If you want to avoid problems like these, you need UV protection in your home. Read on to discover which method is best. Read More 

Three Steps To Keeping Your Windows Free Of Condensation

Clean, condensation-free windows can make any home or business look brighter, and constantly having to get condensation and mildew cleaned off the windows is a pain. Window condensation may seem like a baffling sort of problem at first, unless you know what causes it, why it's a problem, and how to keep it from happening. Here are three steps to keep your windows from gathering condensation that can later lead to rot, mildew, and other problems. Read More 

Broken Window Screen? Learn How To Repair It

The screens on your windows let you enjoy the cool air from outside, all while keeping debris, bugs, and even animals out. Over time, screens will get annoying holes. It can be from one of your kids that is a little too rough with the material or a pet that loves to tear at the screen because of how it feels on their claws. Repairing a screen can be done using one of these 3 methods. Read More 

Tips For Maintaining Your Plantation Shutters

If you are a homeowner that has plantation shutters, you likely appreciate the increased aesthetic appeal that they bring to your home. You might not be as fond of how dusty they can get and how frustrating they can be to clean, especially if you have not dusted them in awhile. Luckily, if you are having a hard time maintaining your plantation shutters, you likely are using the wrong cleaning method. Read More 

Treat It Right: Window Treatments To Consider For Replacement Windows

Whether it's the result of a baseball accident, a storm, or just an attempt to bear more than it's able to bear, you now have a broken window on your hands. But before you attempt to figure out the exact specifications of your old window and order a clone of it, you may want to step back for a second and ask yourself whether that window could be replaced with one that serves your needs better. Read More