A Few Tips For When Your Aluminum Door Isn't Closing Properly

Having a door that won't close properly can be more than a nuisance. It can let air flow from inside to out and vice versa. This can cause your heating and cooling bills to climb and also be unsafe for small children or animals. There are a few things you can do yourself to try to fix the situation you should try before calling an aluminum door repair technician. It is best if you can have a second person there to help hold the door or frame as you work on them and check that they are level and square. [Read More]

Three Decorative Touches for Your Custom Shower Enclosure

When remodeling your bathroom, you may want to consider a few decorative touches that give your space a luxury feel. A custom shower enclosure that's separate from your bathtub can help to make your master bath feel more like a spa, and you can further customize the enclosure to make it a stunning focal point in the room. Use this guide to help determine which decorative touches you want to add to your new shower enclosure. [Read More]

Simple Ways to Modernize Your Glass Shower Door

If you have a stand-up shower in your home that looks a little outdated, you might be considering tearing the unit out and having it replaced. What you might not know, however, is that you can make some simple changes to the door itself to make it appear more modern. First, check to make sure that the door is structurally sound; if it's cracked or otherwise damaged, it's best to have the door replaced. [Read More]

Authentic House Restoration: Types Of Glass Used In Antique Built-Ins

When you compare them side by side, antique glass looks a lot different from modern glass, which has everything to do with differences in manufacturing. Since modern glass is not made the same as the original glass found in homes 100-years-old or older, it can be difficult to restore built-ins and make them appear authentic. Fortunately, you can have glass made custom so that it will match the antique glass already found in the home, which often has a bubbled or wavy appearance. [Read More]