Building Your Own Emergency Shutters

Posted on: 23 January 2017

Few things quicken the pulse like an approaching storm. Whether the storm takes on the organized fury of a hurricane or simply rolls through like a frontal system, inclement weather puts your home at risk – particularly your windows. If you have the time, it is always better to contact shutter-installation professionals who can use their skills and expertise to protect your windows, and by extension, your home. However, storms can pop up suddenly, leaving you without the time do so.
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Five Good Reasons To Use Commercial Window Film

Posted on: 27 September 2016

Commercial window film adheres to the glass in your windows and helps to keep out the UV rays and direct sunlight. Many companies use this product to help reduce their energy usage. However, saving money on the electric and gas bill is just one of many benefits to investing in commercial window film. Here are some more advantages to investing in window film: 1. Privacy. One of the key benefits to using commercial window film on your business windows is that this product offers a high degree of privacy while still letting in enough light to make your business spaces seem cheerful and airy.
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Why You Should Consider Tinting The Windows In Your Home

Posted on: 12 September 2016

If you have been thinking about having your residential windows tinted, you will want to take a few moments to review the following benefits. Increased Safety And Privacy The safety of your family and the safe keeping of your belongings is most likely a top concern for you. Therefore, you may want to consider the use of tint on all of your home windows. While the tinting of your residential windows will not make it completely impossible for someone to see into your home, they would have to walk up to your window and basically press their faces against the glass in order to see in.
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Tips For Maintaining Your Home's Siding

Posted on: 9 September 2016

If you have a home, you might have siding on it in order to protect the base materials that your house it built out of and to improve the overall aesthetics of your house. Here are some tips for making sure that you are able to maintain your siding so that it looks as good as possible. 1. Wooden Siding If you have wooden siding, your main concern is going to be rot.
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