5 FAQs About Energy-Efficient Windows

Energy-efficient windows are growing in popularity for many reasons. They reduce your carbon footprint and lower your heating/cooling bills. If you have been considering installing energy-efficient windows, but you don't know much about them, check out these five FAQs. How Do They Work? Energy-efficient windows work in several ways. One of the best ways they work is by blocking certain wavelengths. The low-E coatings on the glass, stop radiant heat transfer of UV light. [Read More]

Creating A Kids' Bathroom: Three Ideas To Consider

If you are considering converting a regular bathroom into a space designated just for your little ones, there are a few renovation ideas you might want to think about when planning this project. From fun to practical, these ideas can help to make this room look and feel more like their own. Shower Doors Adding a sliding shower door to your bathtub can help to prevent splashes and messes that traditional shower curtains can't necessarily contain, and they also give you a handy way to monitor your children as they play in the tub. [Read More]

3 Signs That You Need Your Windshield Replaced

Your windshield is basically one of the most important windows on your car because it is your main source of vision. Because of this, you are going to want to make sure that you can see out of it clearly. If you have any type of damage to your windshield, you may want to consider having it repaired or replaced. However, sometimes it can be hard to determine when it needs to be replaced instead of just repaired. [Read More]

Two Reasons Why You Should Get A Glass Storm Door For Your Home

The front door of your home is not only the entry point of your abode; it is actually one of the parts of the house that lends the first impression to those visiting it.  You may have a very lovely door in place that is made of a good quality material, but you may have overlooked another door:  the storm door.  Storm doors are typically made out of glass and are installed just in front of the main door of your house. [Read More]