Live In A Hurricane Area? 2 Ways To Protect Your Windows

If you live in an area that gets hurricanes, you need to protect your home. One thing to protect is windows as this is an easy way for wind and debris to get through into your home. Below are some two types of protection you can use so you, your family, and your home can stay safe during this storm.  Install Hurricane Screens  Hurricane screens work much like aluminum roll-down shutters. Read More 

Ready For A Dip? Why Choose An Above-Ground Swimming Pool

Summer is in full swing. If you're dealing with sweltering temperatures, now's the time to invest in a swimming pool. If you're worried about investing in a built-in swimming pool, don't be. You can invest in an above-ground swimming pool instead. If you're not sure that an above-ground pool is right for you, read the list provided below. You'll find four reasons to invest in an above-ground swimming pool.  Save Money on Your Pool Read More 

Factors To Consider When Buying Window Blinds

Window blinds help achieve privacy, block excess light from your home, and boost window insulation, preventing heat loss. Additionally, custom blinds allow you to select the color and design you want, improving home aesthetics. However, the market offers numerous window blind options, and you may not know the best option to choose. If you're shopping for window blinds, here are essential factors to consider. Functionality Blinds perform different roles, which determines their unique characteristics. Read More 

Wasps Don’t Make Good Neighbors, So Find Ways To Deter Them From Your Yard

Wasps are a common nuisance that emerges as the spring temperatures rise. The wasp sting is painful, and for someone who is allergic, life-threatening. These stinging insects are not safe to have close to your home, especially near entryways and other areas where you and your family spend time outdoors. So, what attracts wasps to your home? And how can you keep them from building nests close to where you live and play? Read More 

5 Benefits Of A Wood Stove Insert

If you depend fully or partially on wood to heat your home, skip the fireplace, and use a wood stove instead. Wood stove inserts can be placed in an old fireplace to provide an easy upgrade. 1. Efficient Burning A standard wood-burning fireplace isn't very efficient. Wood-burning stove inserts, on the other hand, are designed for higher efficiency. The stove pipe prevents backdrafts from coming down the flue. The firebox of a stove absorbs heat and reflects it back into the room rather than allowing it to be lost up the chimney. Read More