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3 Ways To Secure Your Home During A Hurricane

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According to the NOAA’s Hurricane Research Division, Miami, Tampa, and Key West, Florida as well as New Orleans, Louisiana, and Cape Hatteras, North Carolina are the five American cities most prone to hurricanes. In addition to powerful winds and the damage they can do, flooding is the other big concern. As coastal areas continue to grow and the effects of a changing climate lead to unpredictable weather, it’s extremely important people living in hurricane zones are adequately prepared to deal with these storms. Read More»

Do Your Residential Windows Need Replacement Glass? Here's What To Look For

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As a homeowner, it is very important to make sure that you are doing all that you can in order to keep your home in tip top shape and that includes keeping an eye on the windows. You will want to know what to keep an eye out for so you will know when it is time to call for new glass installation for your windows, which can be a more affordable alternative to simply replacing the entire window. Read More»

Three Reasons To Get A Glass Shower Door... And Three Reasons Not To

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A few decades ago, almost every bathroom had a shower enclosed by a fabric or plastic shower curtain. These days, however, more homeowners are opting for glass showers that make their shower area feel more enclosed. Are glass shower doors right for you? That really depends on your bathroom design, cleaning habits, and use preferences. Here are three reasons to install a glass shower door, along with three reasons to stick with a curtain. Read More»

3 Things To Consider When Purchasing A New Vinyl Window

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If you are in the process of shopping to replace a window, and you are considering going with a vinyl window, there are a few things you need to know about vinyl windows that will help you solidify your purchasing decision. No-Fade Colors When looking at vinyl windows, make sure that you look for vinyl that is marked as no-fade. Older vinyl window frames used to turn yellow, with the color on the frames getting washed out over time. Read More»