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The Importance of Window Placement in Your Home

Window placement affects your home’s curb appeal, natural light, and energy efficiency. Here we discuss the importance of window placement in the house and how to plan your windows to meet your home’s particular needs. Window Position for Curb Appeal Window placement for the front of the home should make sense in the layout of … Continue reading The Importance of Window Placement in Your Home

9 Modern Front Door Ideas to Set Your Home Apart

Your front door is like the centerpiece of your home’s curb appeal. Even though it is important, so many homes are still wearing the original door their home came with. The wall colour, landscaping, and even the flooring has often changed. So why not give your front door a modern spin?   1. Horizontal Wooden … Continue reading 9 Modern Front Door Ideas to Set Your Home Apart

Qualities in Doors that Thieves Love & You Should Avoid

As a homeowner, the last thing you want is for thieves to target your home and steal your valuables. Not only does it feel like you’ve been violated, but quite often items are stolen that can’t be replaced like family mementos, heirlooms or collectibles.  While volumes have been written about home safety and security, the … Continue reading Qualities in Doors that Thieves Love & You Should Avoid

6 Things to Do Before You Shop for Doors and Windows

Are you in the market for some beautiful, energy-efficient doors or windows? It’s a smart decision, but don’t miss out on opportunities that can save you money, both up-front with your purchase and in the long term in utility costs. Before you head out to buy anything, run through these six steps. 1. Look for … Continue reading 6 Things to Do Before You Shop for Doors and Windows

Tackling Condensation on Windows and Doors

Condensation is a result of moisture in your home. It can appear on the inside or outside of your doors and windows when cold weather appears and the moist air in your home contacts the cooler surface of the windowpane. Depending on how cold it is, the condensation can appear as droplets of water, fogginess … Continue reading Tackling Condensation on Windows and Doors