Expert Advice on Improving Your Home
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Hurricane Storm Shutters for Your Home

To protect your home from hurricane damage, install storm shutters or panels. Learn about all your options here.

8 tips to practice window safety, prevent tragedy

The Window Safety Task Force of the National Safety Council encourages parents and caregivers to recognize the importance of practicing window safety year-round.Window Safety Week is observed April 1-7. However, open windows...
How to Replace Broken Window Pane

How to Replace Broken Window Pane

Replacing a broken pane doesn't require a lot of effort or time. First start with removing the glazing around the broken pane and have a new piece of glass cut to size.
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The benefits of breathing in fresh air

If you and your family need reasons to get outdoors, here are a few that will pull you away from the TV and toward your back patio!

Kicking Off Spring With the 4 Seasons of Home Ownership

Homeowners Sharla and Stuart Brink help us kick off the 4 Seasons of Home Ownership with the spring checklist.
Man in blue shirt removing fogged glass from window frame.

Replacing Fogged Insulated Window Glass

The seal between the panes of glass on insulated windows can leak over time, allowing moisture between the glass. Watch this video to find out what to do to replace fogged glass window panes.
Danny Lipford on porch of home.

Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Fall

Now is the perfect time to start preparing your home for the cold weather ahead. Read on to find out how to get your house ready for fall, including winterizing doors and windows, having your heating system serviced, and preparing for severe weather.
Preparing to attach screening to a window screen.

How to Make a Window Screen

Find out how to assemble an aluminum screen frame for your windows and install screen wire on it. Watch this video to find out more.
Front of brick house with entry door arbor.

Exterior Home Update: Window Replacement and Entry Arbor

Watch this video to see how we improved the curb appeal of this house by building a wood arbor over the entry door and reduced the energy costs by installing new vinyl replacement windows and shutters.