DIY Window Makeover Projects To Add Something More To Your Replacements
19 January 2017
Replacement windows are a good improvement when doing home renovations, but they will not add a lot of custom features like interior trim or custom window seals. There are some things that can be done when you have your replacement window installed to give them a custom look, such as adding custom wood surrounds, trim around the exterior, and other details. If you want to have interesting custom features for your new windows, here are some DIY projects that you can try doing on your own:
3 Tips For Properly Installing Vinyl Siding
4 January 2017
If you are getting ready to install vinyl siding on your home on your own, here are three tips that will help you do it properly.
#1 Use A Wider Strip
When ordering vinyl siding, go with a wider strip instead of a thinner one. Many people make the mistake of thinking that they are going to see the entire strip, and thus go with smaller strips of vinyl. In actuality, when you install the vinyl strips on your home, you are going to overlap the strips on top of each other, so you are not going to see the entire strip.
How To Block The Sun From Making Your Living Room Unlivable During The Day
16 September 2016
Everyone loves a southern exposure because the sun is a great source of natural light. However, sometimes you don't want quite as much sun. On some days the sun can be quite brutal so it would be nice to be able to quiet it when you want to. There are different methods of dampening the sunlight, and the choice will depend on your style of home as well as your personal taste.
Three Types Of People Who Should Consider Having Their Home Windows Tinted
21 July 2016
Window tinting isn't just something you do to your vehicle to make it look cool. In fact, it has numerous practical applications in several areas of life and for all sorts of people. Here are three groups of people who may benefit from residential window tinting services.
Window tinting is a very effective way to lower your house's heat accumulation during the day. This is because window glass can have a greenhouse effect, allowing heat from the sun into your house and then trapping it there.