All posts tagged "windows"
Skylights: Let The Light In
Yes it’s true. In real life we are actually honest to goodness remodeling contractors. As remodelers are able to stay up to date with what folks want and desire in their homes – allowing us to keep...
- Posted August 29, 2015
Repairing Window Screens
Window screens are one of those “much-taken-for-granted” elements of the home. They have little impact on a home’s appearance, they don’t have mechanical parts that require an occasional tune-up, and they are almost never of concern during...
- Posted August 20, 2015
Installing Replacement Windows
Some home improvement projects just pay bigger dividends than others. For example, a new vinyl floor in the kitchen can do lots to improve the appearance of the space, but not much else. On the other end...
- Posted August 18, 2015
How To Select Windows For Your Home
Fenestration is a term primarily used by architects and other home building industry professionals when referring to the design and position of elements in the home that yield natural light and fresh air. Most of us prefer...
- Posted August 11, 2015
Fypon Launches Second Annual National Curb Appeal Month in August
Fypon, a leader in the synthetic millwork industry, will once again shine the spotlight on the benefits of curb appeal for the home during the Second Annual “National Curb Appeal Month” celebration in August of 2015. The...
- Posted July 31, 2015
Keeping Your Home Safe From Burglary
When we were kids the milkman delivered milk (in glass bottles) to our front door. A produce truck stopped in front of our house twice a week loaded with farm-fresh fruit and vegetables. And, we never locked...
- Posted July 27, 2015
The Correct Way To Paint Your Home
Relatively speaking, painting is one of the more user-friendly home improvements that a do-it-yourselfer can make. Consequently, everyone thinks he’s a painter. Wrong! While it’s true that a can of paint, a brush and a cap can...
- Posted July 9, 2015
Weekly Newsletter June 27, 2015
Top 10 Kitchen and Bath Design Trends The NKBA’s 2015 Kitchen & Bath Design Trends report shows a continued leaning toward modern styling. The demand for simple, streamlined looks offers an opportunity to minimize materials and push...
- Posted June 30, 2015
Privacy with a Breeze
Looking for privacy in your home, but still desire natural airflow? The solution is easy — operable acrylic block and decorative glass windows from Hy-Lite. Designed to offer beauty to a room while preventing too-close-for-comfort neighbors to...
- Posted June 25, 2015
Cleaning & Repairing Window Screens
Newer, more energy-efficient homes don’t allow for the passive exchange of air through cracks, gaps and penetrations as older homes did. Thick insulation, caulking at windows and doors and gaskets at lights and plugs are a few...
- Posted June 25, 2015