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Selecting Your New Impact-Resistant Windows

If you live in a hurricane zone, then it goes without saying that the new windows you choose for your home need to be impact-resistant windows. But once you start looking into your options, you might be amazed just how many different types and styles of impact-resistant windows there are. What features are the most important to consider? Take a look. Look for heavy-duty frames. The term "impact-resistant" usually just refers to the glass used in the windows. Read More 

4 Reasons To Hire A Pro For Christmas Light Installation

If you're wanting to dress up your home for the holidays, you may be thinking of investing in outdoor Christmas lights. This can be an excellent way to make your whole home more in the spirit and it can be a fun way to make your home more noticeable to drivers who pass by in the neighborhood. But, you might be wondering if it'll be hard to install Christmas lights. It's not hard to do if you hire a pro. Read More 

4 Tips For Choosing The Right Window Treatment For Your Home

Don't overlook the visual power of adding window treatments to your home. Window treatments can easily transform how your home looks and feels. Window treatments should not be an afterthought as they can positively change the overall look and feel of your home. When it comes to window treatments, there are four primary styles to choose from. 1. Blinds When it comes to window treatments, blinds are the most affordable. They are usually made from a rigid material, such as metal, wood, or plastic. Read More 

Lesser-Known Benefits Of Replacing Your Old Windows

New windows obviously make your home look better, and they will take care of any leaking issues you have with your old windows. These reasons are enough for most people to replace their old windows. However, there are some other benefits to look forward to as well. Lower maintenance needs. Old windows, which are typically made from wood, require a lot of care. You have to strip and paint them, and you have to be vigilant about caulking and sealing any cracks that appear. Read More 

Improve Your Garage By Adding Windows To The Garage Door

When you step into your garage, you may find that the space is lacking a way that prevents you from wanting to spend much time there. If this is something you would like to change, you should put time and effort into figuring out why you don't like the garage. While thinking about the changes that you can make, you should consider adding windows to the garage door. Visual Appeal Read More