4 Tips For Staging Your Commercial Retail Space

Posted on: 26 September 2016

When you're trying to lease out your commercial retail space, staging is just as important as if you had your personal residence on the market. The goal is to entice businesses to lease your commercial retail space instead of some other space. But how can you demonstrate how successful their business could be in your space, when it's currently sitting empty? Here are four tips for staging your commercial retail space. [Read More]

3 Window Options That Can Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Posted on: 26 July 2016

Your windows are one of the biggest reasons that you end up wasting energy every single month, mostly because they can allow your air conditioned or heated air escape, which results in you have to turn on your air conditioner and heater on more often to keep yourself and your family comfortable. Listed below are three options that can help you make your home and windows more energy efficient.  Energy Efficient Windows [Read More]

Two Things You Can Do To Seal Off A Window While A Sash Is Being Repaired Or Replaced

Posted on: 4 July 2016

If you have had a recent issue with a smashed window in your home, you may be dreading the expense of a replacement window. In fact, you do not have to replace the entire window, but just the sash. Even with modern windows you should be able to remove the damaged sash and replace it with a new one or have the glass repaired. While that is taking place, here are two things you can do to seal off a window while the missing sash is being repaired or replaced. [Read More]

Tips For Covering Odd-Shaped Windows In Your New Home

Posted on: 23 June 2016

When you move into a home with custom or oddly-shaped windows, you may want to start looking for some less-traditional window treatments to help enhance their unique features. The key is to balance the preservation of the window's appearance with the ability to ensure privacy inside the house. Here are a few tips to help you address some of the most common odd-shaped windows. Sidelight Window Options If you're not familiar with the name, sidelight windows are usually found on either side of your front door, and they are narrow pieces of glass. [Read More]