In the average American home, the bathroom is often the room that receives the most use by family members. In fact, according to a popular infographic, men, on average, spend more than 855 days of their lifetime in the bathroom, while women average slightly less, at just over 770 days. With this level of traffic, it is no wonder that a home's bathroom will need a periodic renovation to remove signs of wear and tear and freshen the space. [Read More]
3 Tips To Hurricane-Proof Your House
Have you recently purchased a home in a location where hurricanes or other types of storms with strong winds are commonplace? Are you hoping to update the house so that it lasts through any future hurricanes or storms that might come through? Although there is no guarantee that any single update or renovation will prevent any and all damage, there are definitely things you can do that can at least help you to avoid at least some of the damage and destruction that might cause issues for your neighbors. [Read More]
Signs Of A Drafty Window
Air leaks and drafts around windows are a common cause of high winter heating bills and perennially cold rooms. Knowing the signs of a draft is key to deciding whether it is time for window glass replacement in your home. Sign #1: You can feel, "see," or "hear" the air One of the most obvious signs of a draft is when you pick up on air movement with your senses. This may be as simple as feeling the wind come in around the window. [Read More]
Are Impact Windows Or Hurricane Shutters Right For Your Home?
Every year, homeowners who live in areas that are in the usual pathways for hurricanes are faced with finding ways to protect their homes. For many people, the chose comes down to installing impact windows or hurricane shutters. If you are unsure which is right for your home, here is what you need to know. Why Use Impact Windows? Impact windows, or hurricane windows, have several advantages, including being able to withstand high winds. [Read More]