Choosing Gorgeous Windows

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Choosing Gorgeous Windows

Your house says a lot about you, which is why your choice of windows is so important. In addition to letting light into your home, windows also add a touch of shine to your home's exterior. Unfortunately, if those windows are closed off, dirty, or contain broken windowpanes, they might be sending the wrong message to visitors and potential home buyers. This blog is all about upgrading your current windows with brand new versions. Check out these articles to learn how to choose gorgeous panes that will meld with your existing home exterior. You might be able to transform your house simply by changing your windows.


Top 4 Gutter Cleaning Tools

In order for your gutters to work properly, they will need to be cleaned between two and four times each year. You can attempt to do this by hand while wearing a pair of thick gloves, but utilizing a few tools will make the job go much faster with less need for elbow grease. Here are the top four tools to consider when gutter cleaning.  Gutter Vacuum A gutter vacuum is not an actual vacuum, but rather an accessory tool that can be attached to your Shop-Vac. Read More 

Drape And Curtain Ideas For Your Home’s Large Bay Window

Lucky you--you have a large bay window that you can decorate any way you wish. The problem isn't the view or the placement of the window, it's knowing how to decorate the space with drapes and window coverings. You can choose elegant tones to make your bay windows pop in your grand room or go with vibrant hues in contrasting patterns to make the space warm, whimsical and inviting. Here are some ideas you can use to make your bay windows pop. Read More 

How To Remove White Film From Tinted Windows

If you have tinted windows on your vehicle, you may notice that over time, there is a white film that starts developing on the windows. This may be due to a number of different things, such as improper cleaning of the windows, road salt, air pollutants, or soap build-up. It is possible to clean the windows of this thin, white film by using the following simply methods: Use Vinegar The first product you can use to remove the white film from your tinted windows is vinegar. Read More