How To Find A Good Set Of Impact-Resistant Windows

Posted on: 1 March 2021

If you know for certain you're moving to an area that receives extreme winds, then you need to equip impact-resistant windows to the property you're moving to. Then the windows won't be as likely to damage and you can then have more relief during storms. You'll have relief during the search process for these windows too if you take these actions. Ensure Windows Are Storm-Approved You will pay more to have impact-resistant windows installed on your property. [Read More]

Five Benefits Of Residential Wind Film Installation

Posted on: 14 December 2020

Residential window film can provide several benefits, depending on the options you choose. Know some of the more common benefits so you can select the best window film for your needs. 1. Increase Comfort A tinted window film can make those sun-saturated homes much more comfortable during hot weather. The tint cuts down on both heat and the glare of the sun, so no more squinting when sitting inside your home. [Read More]

About Your Commercial Door Hardware

Posted on: 20 October 2020

When you decide to replace the hardware on your commercial doors, you want to be sure that you take three major things into consideration that will be important when it comes to the commercial door hardware. These things are security, functionality, and appearance. You can learn more about each of these things and how they relate to your commercial doors and the hardware you choose to have installed by reading this article. [Read More]

Two Common Mistakes People Make When Buying Their First Shower Door

Posted on: 27 July 2020

People who have never purchased a shower door before tend to make these errors when purchasing this item for the first time. Read to learn about these mistakes so you can avoid them.  1. Not getting a frameless shower door even though they hate cleaning Many people dislike cleaning and find cleaning their bathrooms particularly loathsome. It is a big mistake for anyone who feels this way about this household task to buy a shower door that has a frame around it, instead of getting its frameless equivalent. [Read More]