Spare the environment and your personal economics – get eco-friendly bespoke windows

Many people live in old houses that (let’s be honest) have seen better days. Thin isolation, a paramount heat consumption, and old low-isolation windows are some of the environments’ worst enemies, when it comes to consumer generated CO2 emission. Some house owners think that they have to choose when it comes to eco-friendly living and high-quality building materials – but it does not have to be that way. You can start with the windows. A high return investment Old low-quality windows are Read more […]

An Introduction to National Lawn Care Month

Just about everyone living in suburban areas has their own lawn. It happens to be something that has become one of the most characteristic features of living away from the big city. Regardless of where you may be living, you will have come across plenty of houses having their own lawns and grassy patches. Then again, it isn’t entirely a ‘suburban thing’ either. Although cities are often criticized as being nothing more than ‘concrete jungles’, not all areas of the city happen to be patched Read more […]

3 Reasons Why You Need Professional Window Cleaners for Multi-Level Homes

Having clean windows makes a world of difference on any home, whether it is a single-story home or a three-story home. Dirty windows take a lot away from the appeal of your home, from passers-by, or your close friends and relatives. Have you ever noticed a beautiful house and thought about how much nicer the house would look if the windows were only clean? It’s safe to assume most people have noticed this. If you are having guests over and you want your house to be at its best, get the windows Read more […]

California Architect Thinks About White Roofs

If every building had a white roof, we would be able to cool the surrounding areas. That is the reasoning behind a California law about to go into effect next month requiring light reflective roofs on all new buildings. It is already the law for new flat roofs here. Here, architect Richard Meier and his partner Michael Palladino have apparently created a design to go one further. It’s entirely white; roofs, walls, and interiors. So this luxury design of a cool and airy Southern California Read more […]