4 Tips for Taking Care of Your Vinyl Window Frames

If you have recently invested in vinyl windows for your home, which is a great way to save energy and have appealing looking windows, you will want to know what you can do to ensure that they stay looking beautiful. Here are four tips for taking care of your vinyl windows: Clean the Frames: One of the biggest benefits of vinyl windows is that they are very easy to maintain. However, you still should clean them at least once or twice a year.   Read More...

Bathroom Mirror Add-Ons For Modern Remodels

If you're renovating your bathroom, you might want to take some extra time to consider the bathroom mirror. Though bathroom mirrors may seem like a fairly standard area of the bathroom, they're one of the major focal points. By improving upon the bathroom mirror, you may be able to improve upon the entire look and utility of the room. Built-In Storage Rather than hanging a bathroom mirror and shelving unit, many homeowners have instead switched to recessed, hidden storage within the wall itself.   Read More...

What Should You Ask About Your Custom Plantation Shutters?

Plantation shutters offer a number of benefits, including helping to retain privacy and light filtration. The shutters can be installed in most rooms of your home. When shopping for the shutters, there are a few questions you need to ask a local company, like AAA Blind & Shutter Factory or a similar location, before making your final selection.   Which Material Should You Choose? Unlike some other types of shutters, plantation shutters are available in different materials.   Read More...

Seven Strategies To Stop Birds From Crashing Into Your Windows And Sliding Glass Doors

While normally a welcome backyard sight, birds can be a problem for homes with an abundance of windows or sliding doors. From time to time, birds will fly into windows at full speed, as they are confused by the reflection created by the glass. This usually has tragic results for the bird and it can cause quite a shock for any people sitting nearby. Fortunately, you can use any of the following seven strategies to reduce the frequency of this phenomenon.   Read More...

Ways To Beat The Cold Via Window Maintenance

If the cold in the winter is too much to handle each year, you can keep your home warmer by performing the window maintenance tasks listed below. #1 Caulk Around Your Windows Put your hand up to the side of your windows where the glass meets with the frame and also where the frame meets with your home. See if you can feel air on your hands; air often leaks in around windows.   Read More...