Choosing The Right Type Of Window

Investing in a new window installation is major financial decision. When making such a big investment, you obviously want to make sure you are smart about everything that you choose. First, you need to decide what material will be best for your home. Then, you should think about what style of window you want in each fixture throughout your home. That is, you need to go through your house, look at each window, one-by-one, and decide what style of window will work best in that particular fixture. [Read More]

Siding: Vinyl And Fiber Cement Compared

When it comes to exterior remodels, adding siding to your existing sidewalls is one of the most comprehensive ways to completely overhaul your home style. That is, you home will look like an entirely new building with siding. This is a great thing if you live in a monotonous tract home community where all the houses look the same. Make your home stand out with siding. But, what material is best for residential siding. [Read More]

3 Things You Need To Know About Your Windows

The windows play an incredibly important role in any house. They insulate the house, they let in light, and they help the overall decorative look of the house. This is why it is important to know when your windows are working properly and when they need to be replaced. Here are some things you should know about windows. 1. Windows Should Reflect The Indoor Temperature Not The Outdoor Temperature One of the first things you should know about your windows is that they should reflect the indoor temperature rather than the outdoor temp. [Read More]

3 Simple Ways To Save Energy In Your Home

 Did you know that the energy wasted in 75,000 homes in the United States is equivalent to the amount of energy contained in the BP Gulf oil spill, which was the largest oil spill in the history of this country? That is a lot of wasted energy. Fortunately, however, when it comes to your home, there are certain things you can do to help save energy. Here are three simple ways to save energy in your home. [Read More]