Keeping your home more energy efficient, cooler in the summer, and warmer in the winter is more than just running your home heating and cooling system as much as possible. Installing the right type of windows, planting the appropriate trees in your yard, and hanging appropriate curtains can all help improve your home's energy efficiency and make your home more comfortable. Here are three tips to help you accomplish this.
If you've recently gone under contract on a home with one or more custom stained glass windows, you may be wondering whether you've just committed to more upkeep than periodic swipes with a dust rag. While these windows can provide gorgeous light patterns and historic charm to any home, they are a bit higher maintenance than the vinyl or wood-framed storm windows used in most homes -- particularly if your stained glass windows are an unusual shape or size.
Perhaps you've upgraded to the most cutting edge smart phone and expect your car to sync seamlessly with it, but you're falling behind in the high-tech world of home upgrades. Your house, including your front door, deserves to run as smoothly as your computers and other devices. Try a few of these fun front door upgrades on for size
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Tired of opening your door to greet a stranger that may not have your best interests in mind?