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Add Character to Your New Construction

One of the most common complaints of new construction homes is the lack of character. As I’ve busily saved money for the past few years to build my dream home, I’ve often been worried about this important issue myself. However, while completing some research, I’ve discovered many ways to add character to a newer home. For instance, installing crown molding, a wooden staircase, and trey ceilings are great ways to fill a new abode with character. Another great idea is to install a stained glass window. These colorful beautiful additions give your home old world flair. On this blog, you will learn how to add character to your new place by installing stained glass windows.

Properly Caring For Vinyl Siding

If you are in the process of having vinyl siding placed on your home, you are most likely excited to have a house that stands out with an aesthetically pleasing look. Vinyl siding is relatively easy to maintain if you take the proper steps in cleaning and protecting it. Here are some routine maintenance steps to take to help you keep your siding looking like new for years to come. Use Good Habits To Protect Your Siding Read More 

What Causes Condensation To Form On Andersen Windows In Winter?

If condensation forms on your Andersen windows in winter, this is because there is humidity in your home and your Andersen windows are a cooler temperature than the warm humid air inside your house. Condensation is a natural occurrence that happens when warm, humid air touches cool surfaces. This happens in many homes in winter, and is not an indication that your windows are defective. This is the same phenomenon that causes condensation to form on icy glasses of water in summer time. Read More 

Adding Privacy To Your Home’s Windows

If you wish to add extra privacy in the window areas of your home, you have several choices to select from in obtaining the amount of added security you wish to gain. Here are some ways you can distort or eliminate the view people will get from the other side of your window's glass panes. Add Some Film To Distort The View Adding a layer of window film to your glass pane will eliminate the risk of someone being able to peer inside a room. Read More 

Should You Repair That Chip In Your Windshield Yourself? A Quick Decision Making Guide

If you recently noticed a chip in your windshield, you need to act fast to repair it. The longer you wait to repair the chip increases the chances that the chip will spread and become an even larger issue. Here is a quick guide to when you should fix the chip yourself and when you should get professional assistance. Examine The Damage The first thing you need to do is examine the damage and determine what kind of damage your windshield has sustained. Read More 

2 Reasons You Should Opt For Window Tinting For Your Car

If you own and drive your car, you probably want to maintain its value and physical appearance for as long as you can. Although the use of window tinting in motor vehicles is not new, it is easy to forget how useful it can be. If it has been a while since you shopped for new window tint, you may be surprised to learn how helpful and convenient it can be. Read More