Can You Install A Shower Door Kit?

Prefabricated shower door kits are sold at many home improvement stores. They are marketed as being easy to self-install. Of course, you do need to have a certain set of tools and a little bit of experience to handle the installation yourself. Many people want to know how difficult it is to install prefabricated kits. This article explains the process and tools you need to install a prefabricated shower door kit. Read More 

3 Signs It’s Time To Upgrade Your Restaurant’s Drive-Thru Window

If you are like most fast food restaurant business owners with a drive-thru window, at least 50 percent of your sales happen right from that very fixture instead of in-store. Therefore, your drive-thru window could be deemed one of the most functional structural components of the entire building. Yet, too many people who do own a fast food restaurant neglect that very drive-thru window over the years, sometimes leaving the same window in use for decades or more. Read More 

3 Apartment Window Treatments To Fit Your Style And A Small Budget

The limitations that come with moving into an apartment can put a damper on personalizing the apartment to make it your own. In most situations, you have to live with boring paint colors and standard floor coverings. The good news is, with a little creativity, you can use window treatments to personalize your space and create privacy without breaking the rules of the apartment complex or your budget. Add Pizazz to Stock Blinds Read More 

5 Reasons To Choose Custom Shutters Over Blinds For Your Windows

Although blinds are more popular than custom shutters, this is only due to their lower cost. However, once you factor in all of the benefits that are not obvious to a new homeowner shopping for window coverings, you may want to consider buying custom shutters for your home's windows. 1. Shutters have a wide range of styles This means that you can get the exact style you want for any room in your house. Read More 

How You Can Tell When It’s Time For New Windows In Your Home

Coming up with the down payment and closing on a house is only the first step in the overall homeownership journey. After you have the keys in hand and have lived in the house for awhile, it's time to think about how you're going to maintain it. Without the proper care not only will your property start to look disheveled it can also begin to be costly for you. It's essential for you to pay attention to the parts of your home that can so easily go overlooked. Read More