Don't Toss Those Old Blinds! Simple Tricks To Breathe New Life Into Old Window Blinds

Posted on: 24 May 2016

Blinds are an outstanding and highly popular window treatment that can offer inexpensive and simple ways to keep light out our let it in. However, for those who live in a place that features existing blinds that could use a spruce up, here are some tips to ensure that you can keep those old blinds without having to replace them. Give Them A Thorough Cleaning It may come as a pleasant surprise to see those dusty, dingy blinds suddenly become sparkling clean. [Read More]

The Perks Of Hardie Siding

Posted on: 30 April 2016

Most people think that vinyl is the only affordable and low-maintenance plank siding option. In fact, Hardie siding is a great alternative. It is a fiber cement composite that many homeowners prefer over vinyl. Not only is it low maintenance, Hardie siding is also produced in an impressive range of colors and styles. This article explains the perks of Hardie siding and why it might be better option than vinyl. [Read More]

How To Replace Leaded Window Glass

Posted on: 27 March 2016

Leaded windows feature colored or clear glass pieces joined by lead strips that attach to the frame with lead made of copper foil. If you have a leaded glass window, expect them to get broken because of their delicate nature. However, you don't have to replace the whole window. Here are some tips to replace broken glass in a leaded window. Prepare to Work For this project, you need: [Read More]

How Glass Door Replacement Services Can Give You French Windows

Posted on: 15 February 2016

If you love the look of French doors, then you would probably love the look and feel of French windows. These are not commonly offered by most window and door contractors because they are not especially efficient, but if a customer wants them for restoration projects or decorative purposes, then the contractor can order them. Here is how glass door replacement services are involved with transforming your traditional windows into French windows. [Read More]