How Impact Patio Doors Make Your Home Safer

A patio door allows you to have a beautiful view from your home and have easy access to your patio or pool. However, you may worry about the security of the door. Since a patio door is usually hidden at the back of your house, the large panes of glass are vulnerable to damage from intruders. One way to put your mind at ease is to have impact doors installed. Here's how these doors keep your home more secure. [Read More]

Designing A Home? What To Consider With Your Windows

If you're using an architect to design your home from scratch (or doing this job yourself), you may want to have some input on the windows such as the type that will be used and the location of each. A window serves a purpose and should be considered a design feature on your home that supports its purpose. A window does more than simply let in light, it can offer fresh air, an ability to see something (kids in the yard or a beautiful landscape), or open up your home to sounds (or block out sound). [Read More]

Trade Your Shower Curtain In For A Glass Enclosure

If you have grown tired of needing to mop up water from your bathroom floor after each shower or bath that you take, your flimsy vinyl or cloth shower curtain may be the culprit behind the water that is seeping out. A glass enclosure will eliminate leaks and will add an elegant touch to your bathroom. Use the tips below to help you choose an enclosure and features that can be used while soaking in the tub or taking a long, hot shower. [Read More]

4 Reasons Vinyl Windows Are Such A Versatile Choice For Homes

If you need to have new windows installed in your home, you should consider installing vinyl windows. Vinyl windows are a versatile choice for your home, and the term vinyl window encompasses a wide variety of different window types, including impact resistant windows. Here are four reasons vinyl windows are a great choice for most homes.  #1 Vinyl Windows Are Made Out of PVC When talking about vinyl windows, what you are actually talking about is the frame that goes around the glass. [Read More]