Blocking the sun with retractable awnings saves on air conditioning bills, protects the inside of your home from the sun’s damaging rays, and increases the use of your deck or patio.
If you're considering finishing your basement, you'll probably need to install an egress window — here's how to do it yourself.
Simply by virtue of their location, basement windows face unique hazards every day. A lawn mower spits a rock out the discharge chute; a croquet ball takes an unintended turn; weeds overgrow the sill, trapping moisture; a snowdrift forms against the window and stays for months.
A tube skylight allows you to easily bend light around attic obstructions without using elbows or other connectors.
Inspect, protect, maintain, repair, clean and preserve your biggest investment.
Replacing an entry door can completely transform your home's look and feel.
To get enough light and ventilation and still maintain privacy and security, consider swapping your old glass garage windows for operable acrylic block units.
Save money and add style with energy-efficient additions.
What's the point of a window if you can't see through it? With proper maintenance, you can have clean, structurally sound windows and rooms with a view all year long. Here are 10 tips to maximize the lifespan of your windows.
Conquer your patio-door replacement fears by following these easy steps.