Low-E glass can be a great addition to your home because it has many advantages. The Low-E coating reflects heat back to its source so it helps your home stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter and the coating won’t scratch off because it is applied to the inside of the glass. Watch this video to find out more.
Up to half of the heating and cooling loss in older homes is due to heat loss and gain through single pane glass windows along with air infiltration in the weather stripping around the sash. While you could replace the entire window unit, a less expensive option is to install sash packs. Watch this video to find out more.
The Kuppersmith home renovation project follows the extensive renovation of a two-story, Tudor style home built in 1926 in Mobile, Alabama. In the third of our 13-part series, we frame up the addition, install new windows, and replace the cedar shake siding.
Watch this video of the renovation of a 1926 historic Tudor home as we brick the additions, install composite decking, and rough-in the wiring and plumbing.
The Kuppersmith Project follows the extensive renovation of a two-story, Tudor-style home built in 1926 in Mobile, Alabama. In the sixth of our 13-part series, we tackle installing the interior trim, painting, and laying heart pine flooring.
Watch this video to find out about the advantages of synthetic building products for your home—including roofing, siding, molding, and doors—that can perform better and cost less than the natural materials they replace.
It takes only a few years of exposure to the sun, rain, and other elements to degrade the finish on an exterior wood entry door. Fiberglass doors, such as those made by JELD-WEN Windows & Doors, have an attractive, natural look—compete with simulated wood grain—but hold up much better to harsh conditions than real wood.