The byword in replacement windows these days is energy efficiency. Indeed, as Better Homes and Gardens points out, you can save about 30% on your utility bills by making energy efficient choices in your home. If you're planning on replacing windows in your house, one of the energy efficiency choices you have is gas-filled windows. Depending on your energy efficiency plan, gas-filled replacement windows may be ideal for your house.
7 April 2017
If you have recently bought a home that is in need of some upgrading, it might be hard to know where to begin. If your remodeling budget is limited, there are a few things you can do in the kitchen that can make this space look updated without breaking the bank. Here are four budget-minded kitchen upgrades for new homeowners. 1. Add in a Backsplash Backsplashes over counter spaces are a trending addition in modern kitchens.
7 April 2017
If you are a homeowner, there is an excellent chance that you are constantly trying to figure out ways to increase the value of your home. This is due to the fact that you want your home to be worth the time and money that you have invested into it. One way to help your home gain value is to improve how it looks from the outside. You might have stable clapboard siding, but you might not like the way that it looks after it has been weathered for five years by the wind and the rain.
6 April 2017
If the time has come to replace your windows, you may have been looking at various double-hung window options and perhaps a few casement windows. But there is another type of window worth considering: sliding windows. These are windows that slide open to one side; they offer a number of benefits for homeowners. Here's a look! They're easy to maintain. Sliding windows don't have as many working parts as casement or awning windows.
5 April 2017