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Home Maintenance Tips for Winter

Oct 30 2018

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Home Maintenance Tips for Winter

Whether we like it or not, winter is right around the corner as the days begin to get shorter and the…

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4 Key Terms To Learn Before Purchasing New Windows

Sep 7 2018

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Since high-quality windows are built to last many years, it is not often that homeowners are shopping around for new replacement windows for their home. So, naturally they are not inclined to know the ins and outs about purchasing new windows. For most people, window shopping is foreign territory and we’re not talking about strolling downtown and admiring shop displays along the sidewalk. We’re talking about being able to differentiate all the features and benefits of high quality windows and all the capabilities they offer for your home’s specific needs. If you’re in the market for new windows…

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Tips and Tricks to Successfully Childproofing Your Windows

Aug 11 2018

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If you have a child living in your home or you have children visiting often, like grandchildren it’s important to ensure your home’s windows are childproof and part of it is considering the layout of your home’s. Of course, it is absolutely imperative that your home windows are equipped with a functioning locking mechanism to keep your windows securely shut when toddlers and children are wandering about. However, another part of child safety around windows is by checking the following things: Check that there aren’t any nearby furniture that is can be easily climbed onto in order for…

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Easy Ways To Bring The Farmhouse Chic Look To Your Home

Jun 16 2018

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Farmhouse chic. Yes, it is a real thing. Infact, it’s totally trending and highly favourable amongst people of various tastes and styles. By that we mean, you don’t have to be a farmer, live in the country, or be old-fashioned get the farmhouse chic feel in your home. Nor do you have to furnish your home with only rustic things. Farmhouse chic is sometimes called shabby chic. It can be described as cottage-style and similar to the style of french country living. It’s warm, inviting, very homey, and is quite forgiving. Farmhouse chic doesn’t have to be shiney…

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