There’s a widespread notion that most home improvement projects, like roof repair or replacement jobs, are best left for any season other than winter. In the past, it is true that some materials work best when applied in dry conditions so contractors recommend taking on construction work during times when the weather is more favorable. Today, however, advancements have made it possible for most roofing products to be used whatever the season may be. [Read more…]
French doors add more than just beauty to any home. Homecraft®, Inc. shares a quick look at what French doors are, what they are best used for and how they can be used to make any home look and feel better than before.
Looking for windows for homes in cold climates doesn’t have to be difficult. Not all windows are the same, which means there are specific things homeowners need to look for when choosing a new window. There are two things that need to be considered when looking for windows for homes in cold climates: air infiltration and glass packages. Homecraft, Inc®. shares a quick look at these:
Some homeowners think that home improvement projects cannot be done during the winter. This is wrong, however; some improvement projects that can be done during summer or fall can still be done even during the colder times of the year. In this post, Homecraft, Inc®. discusses these projects:
Bay windows can make your home more aesthetically appealing, increase its value and provided added ventilation. They can be placed anywhere in your home and can be used as a reading nook, dining space or a sitting area.
Ensuring your roofing system is in good shape before the cold season hits is one way to protect your home and maintain its energy efficiency. Another thing you can do to reduce your heating costs is by winterizing your exterior doors. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, up to 30 percent of energy loss escapes through drafty windows and doors.
Corner windows are usually utilized as a cozy seating area or reading nook. It’s always nice to lounge or read while enjoying a view. However, it can be tricky to add curtains or blinds to these windows.