Are you noticing a “sweat” building up on your windows? This sweat is called condensation. Condensation normally occurs inside the home when it’s extremely cold outside but too humid inside. It can also be a clear indicator that there is seal failure and new glass or windows will be needed. When warm air mixes with cool air, condensation forms. It’s
Your window frames are an important consideration when it comes to getting a replacement. In the past, the frame solely functioned to hold the windowpane together, but a lot has changed since then. The right frame for your window depends on your preferred style, performance, and budget. That’s why today we are sharing the difference between fiberglass, wood/clad, and vinyl
The need for window grids has decreased because window glass can now be manufactured in large pieces. That said, these framing pieces are still sought-after for aesthetic purposes.
Multiple windows are useful in many ways: they can make your room seem bigger, improve your outdoor view from the inside, and increase your daylighting. However, replacing your solid walls with windows can be a privacy problem. This is why you should dress them right.
Bay windows are impressively versatile at enhancing almost any space, but they’re particularly popular in kitchens. In most cases, they can single-handedly add a variety of functions and reinvent your cooking area in ways you never thought possible.
Spring is the perfect time to refresh and revitalize your home. There are different things you can do to make your home more pleasant this season. You can invest in new products for your home. You can organize and clear out your home. You can add some plants to brighten up the mood.
Your home’s main design features form the bulk of your home’s look and feel, and are a big part of any lasting impression your home makes. To make the best of these features, however, you need to call attention to them, focus the eye on what you want to see and what you want to emphasize. Here are some tips
Nothing lasts forever. Your home may look good now, but without the effort to keep it looking that way, your home will eventually deteriorate and break down. When it comes to keeping up your home, you only get out of it what you put into it. Keeping the right mindset about your home’s maintenance and upkeep is key to keeping
Part of feeling good about yourself is knowing that you look good, and knowing our homes and personal spaces look good is part of this sense of well-being. There’s a sense of personal fulfillment and contentment that only comes with knowing your home is a comfortable and beautiful place to live. Here are some tips on how to show your