Repairing Common Window Damage And Issues

The windows of a house can be the part of the structure that will be the most vulnerable to suffering significant damage that will need professionals to repair. While windows that have been completely broken can be a highly visible type of this work, there are other situations that will lead to the homeowner needing to hire a professional to repair their windows. Frame Damage The frame that holds the window glass in place will be among the most important parts of this feature of your house. Read More 

What To Consider When Buying Motorized Shades

Do you want more control over the natural light that comes into your home? If so, you should consider getting motorized shades. They can help provide improved privacy and home automation that you have been dreaming of. Here are some things to think about before you move forward with purchasing motorized shades. The Motor One thing that you may not realize about motorized shades before you buy them is the motor that is being used. Read More 

Planning A New Pool House? 4 Reasons To Have An AV System Installed

If you're in the process of planning your new pool house, don't forget about the AV system. You may not think your pool house needs an AV system, but that's not the case. Even if you have an AV system inside your home, it might not be enough for your pool house. For maximum enjoyment, you want your new pool house to be fully-equipped with the latest technology. Here are just four of the benefits you'll enjoy when you get an audio visual installation in your pool house. Read More 

How To Repair Three Common Types Of Pool Screen Damage

A pool screen is essential when you want to enjoy your pool and be free from insects or if you want an enclosed space to keep your pets while allowing them to enjoy the outdoors. Pool screens can last for many years, but they can also be damaged by a storm or wildlife. Here's a look at how to repair damage to your screen so bugs can't get inside and bother you. Read More 

6 Simple Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Small changes can significantly reduce the carbon footprint- and the toll on the environment- that your household leaves behind. Do something that helps foster habits in children and focus on being kinder to the environment whenever you can and know that generations of your family will enjoy this world for years to come. Six simple ways to reduce your carbon footprint are: 1. Use Eco-Friendly Tumblers Save on the environment by reusing cups and tumblers rather than use paper or plastic that could end up in a landfill. Read More