When deciding between the different glass options for your replacement windows it’s important to consider the pros and cons for triple-pane windows and double-pane windows. The decision between glass types should be based on your preference of sound transmission, performance, and how much you’re willing to spend. This post will focus on the pros and cons for each factor.
Many homeowners may feel more comfortable doing there own home improvement work, maybe it’s to feel a sense of accomplishment or because they feel it’s a better deal than hiring a contractor to do the work. However, it’s very important to understand the possible pitfalls of doing the work yourself. Today we’re going to go over why you should hire a professional to install windows.
With the sun heating up and Memorial Day right around the corner, it might be the perfect moment to start using your outdoor oasis! Here are some inspiring backyard ideas to help with creating tranquil outdoor living spaces that utilize your deck, sunroom or patio for the perfect summer event. Whether it’s a party, dinner or back yard BBQ in the coming summer months you can always add some personality and practicality to your outdoor sanctuary. Take a Seat! Lot’s of chairs, benches or couches invite people to take a seat and stay while, just make sure it’s not too much to clutter your space. … Read more »
Hiring the right home remodeling contractor can make all the difference. We’re a little over a week into National Home Improvement Month and we thought we might tell you a bit about why we think it’s a good idea to hire a professional for your next home remodeling project. But we’re biased. So we’ve also included a graphic that will hopefully help you to avoid disaster if you end up doing-it-yourself (just scroll to the bottom of the page). Be careful and if you find yourself in need of help, you can always contact us here. Training and Experience Hiring a professional home remodeling contractor means years of expert training… Read more »
Who Knows When The Next Big Storm Will Hit. Are You Ready? Remember the derecho? The storm that left more than 2 million people on the east coast without power in late June of 2012? We do. Hundreds of thousands of Maryland residents were left without power…some for more than a week. Almost 70,000 people in Baltimore County were forced to throw away hundreds of dollars of spoiled food, charge their cell phones in their cars and shower with cold water. Temperatures climbed up near 100 degrees and left Baltimore residents lining up for hours to get drinking water. It got so hot that the National Weather Service told people… Read more »