It has always been a dream of mine to have a greenhouse that I could use to grow my own produce during the winter. I love garden fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, cantaloupes and a variety of other produce and it made me sad when I had to quit gardening for the season. I decided that it was time for me to invest in having a greenhouse built in my backyard so that I could continue to grow throughout the entire year. Learn all about the selection of the glass and how it needs to be cared for right here on my blog.
18 January 2016
If your window has been broken, you are going to need to have it repaired as soon as possible. Until you are able to call a glass replacement company, however, you may want to cover up the area with a piece of plywood for safety and security reasons. First, you will need to remove the broken glass, which can be quite dangerous if you aren't careful. It really is best to leave this dangerous job up to a professional, but if you want to remove the broken glass from your window pane, make sure that you wear the right safety gear to help protect yourself.
16 January 2016
It may be time to replace your car's windshield, even if you don't see signs of major damage. Safety is always the main concern, but how do you know when your windshield may no longer be safe? The following guide can help you know when it's time to get it replaced. Cracks and Obvious Damage A chip or crack on a windshield doesn't necessarily mean it's time for a full replacement.
15 January 2016
Many new windows are equipped with cutting edge technologies that allow for remote control. Smart windows are only going to become more and more popular. They are also bound to get cheaper and better over the years. Many of their features are simply flashy, but you might hardly ever use them. However, there are many smart features that will hugely improve your windows and make them easier to use. This article will explains a few features that you should look for if you are considering investing in smart windows in your home.
14 January 2016
If you want your home to be more energy efficient, there are many improvements that you can invest in. Some of these improvements, such as window replacements, can be quite costly. The windows in your home can also be more energy efficient with a few more affordable improvements. Here are some affordable window improvements that you may want to consider to make your home more energy efficient: 1. Caulking, Painting And Adding Insulation To The Windows
11 January 2016
If you've recently noticed some fogginess or condensation between the panes of your double-pane storm window, you may be concerned about your window's ability to weather the cold and precipitation this winter. However, the prospect of replacing an unbroken window could seem costly and wasteful. Are there any options that can restore your window to like-new condition without costing you an arm and a leg? Read on to learn more about the potential causes of this fogginess, as well as the factors you should consider when deciding whether repair or replacement is the better option.