Two Ways To Remove Or Minimize Small Scratches On Your Home’s Window Panes

Small scratches on your home's window panes can be removed completely or minimized considerably with one of the following methods. Maintaining the windows in the future will keep them looking great and help them last for many years. Materials glass cleaner lint free cloths ammonia baking soda water spoon bowl polishing compound with cerium oxide buffing pad sponge mild detergent Before trying either of the scratch removal techniques, wipe the window panes off with glass cleaner and a lint free cloth. Read More 

Storm Vinyl Windows Are Great For All Homes

When ordering new windows for their home, many homeowners overlook storm windows. Many people mistakenly think that storm windows are only necessary in homes in severe climates. While storm windows are suggested and often mandated in areas where flooding, tornadoes and hurricanes are common, they're actually useful in mild climates. This article explains why the final storm windows are a great solution for residential properties, no matter what the climate. Read More 

Ways To Make Your Deck Summer Friendly

It seems obvious that you want to use your deck when the weather's nice, right? Unfortunately, nice weather doesn't always correspond with your desire to be outdoors. How often has it happened that you had a hankering for barbecue and either the sun had turned your deck into a hot pad or a sudden chill had taken over? Make a few adjustments to your deck to make it comfortable during the vagaries of summer. Read More 

2 Factors To Consider When It Comes To Window Treatments

Decorating your windows is something that can dramatically improve the appearance of your home's interior. One of the most effective ways of doing this is through the use of window treatments. These are ornate additions to a window that are designed for the sole purpose of improving its appearance. However, if you have never considered getting window treatments, there are probably at least a couple of tips you can follow to help ensure you get the most from this addition. Read More 

Protecting Your Pets During Window Replacements

If you are replacing windows in your home, this can be a major overhaul that involves access to the inside and outside of your home. If you have pets, they need to be considered during a larger window replacement project. Here are five things that you should be aware of when it comes to protecting your pets during window replacement. 1. Access to Broken Glass If you are replacing a broken window or if glass breaks while replacement is occurring, make sure that your pets aren't going to walk through a hazard. Read More