An iron or steel fence from a place like City Wide Fence Co, adds a decorative touch to yards while providing protection against potential intruders. Many iron or steel fences are galvanized or powder coated at the factory, which prevents rust, but corrosion can still appear if a fence has been mistreated or is very old. That is why homeowners should know how to eliminate rust patches and restore the original classy looks of an iron or steel fence. [Read More]
Casement, Sliding & Double-Hung—Oh My! A Guide to Popular Window Styles
When it comes time to replace the windows in your home, one of the first decisions you'll need to make is which style of window you prefer. While you could just stick with the type you have now, you could be missing out on additional benefits if you don't even consider changing styles. To ensure you make an informed decision, here's a look at the most popular window styles and where they work best. [Read More]
Should You Get Plumbing In Place Now For An Above-Ground Pool Next Summer?
If the process of getting your kids ready for a day at the pool (and then trying to drag them away at closing time) has you thinking a pool of your own would be a better investment, you may be wondering about the timing of your construction. It may seem wise to get the site prepared and the necessary electrical and plumbing lines installed before the ground freezes; on the other hand, you may worry that the winter exposure of these lines without the protection of the pool and deck could cause problems before you've even begun. [Read More]
Renovating Your Tudor Home? Keep The Look Authentic With A Vintage Style Garage Door
Your Tudor home could be more than a hundred years old or a newly built property that incorporates the traditional features. Either way, when it comes down to repairing or replacing that garage door, you'll want to stick to the vintage style to enhance your curb appeal. Below is a brief explanation of the Tudor style and some tips for making your garage door look authentic—why not try these out? [Read More]