How To Naturally Keep Temps Cozy In Your New Sun Room

Posted on: 29 June 2016

Now that you've decided to have a new sunroom built, it's a good idea to think about how you will keep the space comfortable throughout the year to optimize your time spent there. Here are a few ways you can naturally keep temperatures cozy in your new sunroom year-round, especially during the summer months: Plant Some Deciduous Trees Planting a few deciduous trees near your new sunroom is an excellent way to increase eye appeal while naturally keeping the space comfortable throughout the year.
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Window Film Or Triple-Pane Windows

Posted on: 15 June 2016

When you are choosing new windows for your home, it is easy to get sticker shock simply based on the cost of new windows. On the other hand, choosing less costly windows typically means buying less energy-efficient windows. Thus, saving money on installation means losing money on utility costs for heating and cooling your home. If you understand what makes windows energy-efficient, then you are equipped to choose windows that will help you save windows both initially and down the road.
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3 Creative And Crafty Uses For Old Shutters In Home Decor

Posted on: 23 May 2016

From traditional home shutters to plantation shutters, these functional home pieces are fairly easy to find for either a few bucks or cheap at yard sales and antique stores. While many people may pass right over shutters in favor of something else, these decorative home pieces can actually be pretty versatile if you have a knack for DIY home crafts. From repurposing shutters in new ways to making them functional again but in a different way, there are some pretty creative uses for old shutters when you are trying to spruce up your home decor.
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Why Vinyl Is Great For Window Sashes

Posted on: 14 March 2016

There are very few home remodels that are as cost effective as installing new windows. Remember, when you install new windows you're basically giving the inside and outside of your home an upgrade at the same time. It's like getting two remodels for the price of one. Replacement windows are a huge investment, so you want to be sure to consider all the options. Perhaps the most important decision is choosing your sash material.
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