1/20/2017 11:24 AM
Sliding glass doors offer a variety of positives, but there are safety factors every homeowner should be aware of.
1/13/2017 12:01 PM
Everything you need to know about aluminum siding.
1/6/2017 2:35 PM
Among home improvement projects, a new roof can be an important investment.
1/3/2017 9:52 AM
Resolve to make changes in the coming year to make your home more energy efficient, saving you money on energy bills.
12/20/2016 11:01 AM
Whether you're hosting the festivities or attending a gathering, there are steps you can take to make the celebration as safe as possible.
12/16/2016 10:03 AM
Many hazards accompany below-freezing temperatures, including risk of hypothermia if you're outside for too long, damage to sensitive landscape plants, over-working your heating system, and frozen pipes.
12/9/2016 5:52 PM
There's no denying it - winter temperatures have arrived.
12/5/2016 2:12 PM
To the dismay of many, cold weather has put an end to opening our windows to let in a fresh breeze. As homeowners prepare their homes for the winter season, you may wonder if you should remove your window screens. For most, it’s simply a matter of preference whether you remove the screens from your windows or leave them in all winter. But if you do decide to remove them, there are a few benefits. It’s a good habit to take your screens out in the late fall and replace them in early spring, using this opportunity to give the windowsills and exterior of your windows a good cleaning. Visually inspect your screens for any signs of wear or damage and perform needed repairs. Store your screens in your basement or garage, preferably away from high traffic areas that could cause damage to them. Before you replace your screens in the springtime, give them a good hosing down and scrubbing before replacing them.
12/2/2016 9:44 AM
Now that Thanksgiving is over, many consumers turn their attention towards the December holidays.
11/22/2016 3:59 PM
Homeowners want windows and doors that not only protect their home from the elements, but that save money in the form of energy efficiency. The easiest way to ensure you're getting the most energy efficient windows and doors is to look for the ENERGY STAR label.