When your patio door has been broken, it becomes a necessity to get it replaced as quickly as possible for security reasons. If you enjoy having a sliding door into your patio, you're going to have a lot of options for a door that looks fantastic and works as you want. While it can be easy enough to find a sturdy door that fits in with your home, you need to also consider what can be done to find a door that has the security benefits you want. [Read More]
How To Hang Grommet Curtains
Grommet panel curtains add interest to any room, especially contemporary and casual designs. The advantage of hanging grommet curtains is you don't need hooks or clips to hang them, because the metal loops are already in the fabric. Hang grommet curtains by following these tips. Prepare to Hang the Panels To hang grommet panels, gather: step-ladder tape measure level erasable marker or pencil pole rod with finials and brackets drywall anchors (optional) steamer (optional) Measure the width of your curtains, and double this figure to make nice pleats on each side. [Read More]
Venetian Blinds And Plantation Shutters Compared
When it comes to the style, efficiency, and functionality of your windows, the blinds are a major factor. No matter what style of casing or molding you have around your windows, the blinds might actually be the most noticeable style element. On top of that, the blinds are something that you will probably use on a daily basis, so they need to be functional. It is very important that you research different types of blinds and choose the best style for each window fixture throughout your house. [Read More]
Is It Time To Replace Your Home's Windows?
Your home's windows play an important role in keeping your family safe and comfortable throughout the year. If they're not performing properly, you may face a host of problems as a homeowner. Here are a few signs to look out for that could mean the need to replace your old windows: It's Colder By the Windows If you notice that it's colder near the windows than the rest of the house when you sit or stand by them, there is a chance that they're no longer able to properly protect your home from the outdoor elements and they're allowing cold air to stream right through them. [Read More]