Fall Maintenance Window Safety Tips

Windows let in air and light. Sparkling clean panes and well-maintained trim improve a home’s overall appearance. Window safety isn’t just for children; it’s for adults, too. As you’re getting your home ready for winter this fall – cleaning out… Read More »

Protect your Windows

Windows let in the natural light that improves our physical health and mental well-being. When windows are selected for both practicality and aesthetics, it makes your home’s exterior more functional while boosting curb appeal. But high winds and constant heavy… Read More »

Installing New Windows in the Winter

Windows that are broken, damaged, or don’t fit right compromise your home’s security and energy-efficiency. A simple way to give your home a facelift without the time commitment and cost of a major renovation is window replacement. If new windows… Read More »

Keep Your Home Looking good during Fall and Winter

The sun might be sticking around during the day but there’s no denying that the temperatures are becoming colder and the days are getting shorter. Fall is here! And winter is just around the corner. Lower Mainland weather, especially during… Read More »

Ways to Prevent Heat Loss

An energy-efficient home is not only good for the environment, it is good for your wallet, too. Anything you can do to save energy and make your home more energy-efficient can also result in side benefits such as reduced noise… Read More »

Tips for a More Secure Front Door

Intended to welcome family and friends when they come to visit, you chose your front door for its beauty, style, and curb appeal. But did you know that a large percentage of intruders prefer to enter by the front door… Read More »

Protect your Exterior Doors

Fall is a good time to walk around your home’s exterior and see where energy efficiency improvements can be made. Protecting your entry doors and extending their lifespan is vital year-round, but it becomes even more important during the winter… Read More »

Is Your Home Suffering from Heat Loss?

Fall is typically the season we prepare ourselves for winter – cups of hot chocolate, a pot of homemade soup on the stove, a fire in the fireplace on movie night. We turn on the heat to keep us cozy… Read More »

Misconceptions about Home Improvements

Summer and fall are typical times of the year when homeowners consider do-it-yourself projects intended to improve the quality of their living spaces. Many construction professionals contribute the popular myths floating around about renovations to reality shows that make the… Read More »

Window Problems You’ll want to fix by Winter

The most common reason homeowners replace their windows is because their old windows are drafty and not energy-efficient. However, there are other problems that could just as easily affect your home’s energy efficiency, safety, and curb appeal. Here are some… Read More »