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Strength. Dependability. Style.

New from JELD-WEN! Craftsman-style steel doors now complement interior door selections for greater design flexibility. If you or your clients have been looking for a more cohesive look between front, side or garage entry doors and interior doors, this collection is the solution. Available in 1-Panel, 2-Panel and 3-Panel (shown) designs. Clean lines and contemporary styles Dependable performance and security Available sizes: 2'8", 2'10", 3'0" x 6'8" Fire rating: 20-minute and 90-minute Primed white and ready to paint Three Panel (CF-30) available with top panel cut-out Have questions? Need a Quote? Contact Us!

2019-10-29T18:17:25+00:00Categories: New Products|

Home Contractors Guide

 The ultimate guide for dealing with home contractorsAre you looking to hire someone to build an addition? Remodel your kitchen? Well, close your laptop and open your front door, says the folks from HOUZZ.Many people will jump on the Internet and search for contractors, but it’s better to start your search by asking neighbors, friends, and family — people you trust. During the peak remodeling season, it’s hard not to notice the parade of construction vans and trucks. Stop by and ask your neighbors about their project, its progress, and how it compares with what the contractor promised.Only after you’ve exhausted this resource should you turn to the Internet. And then it should be to contact an industry organization for advice such as the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, which lists providers by specialty.Once you’ve pared down your list to at least four names, do background checks. The Better [...]

2019-10-29T18:19:48+00:00Categories: Tips|

Hot Weather Tips for Windows

Easy upgrades to keep cool this summer from This Old House We value windows for their transparency, the way their panes let in light and give us a view of the outdoors. But those panes of glass are also transparent to heat, as anyone who’s stepped into a greenhouse on a sunny day can attest. In winter, we relish the way incoming sunlight warms our bodies and surroundings. It’s a different story in summer, when the solar heat streaming through windows—particularly those on the south- and west-facing sides of a house—turns rooms into saunas. Here are some ways to halt that heat gain and be more comfortable when temperatures soar: Consider solar shades. These light-blocking, polyester-coated mesh screens can be installed inside or out, either as fixed panels or with retractable roll-up mechanisms. They come with different mesh counts; the higher the count, the more heat is kept out, but [...]

2019-10-22T19:35:51+00:00Categories: Tips|

The 4 Stages of a Remodel: The Honeymoon Phase

Courtesy of HOUZZ Prepare for the fast-paced progress of demolition — and the potentially jolting slowdown of structural issues As with anything in life, a remodeling project can come with its ups and downs. Certain phases seem to go a mile a minute, while others feel like they’ve lasted a lifetime and a half, all while it looks as though nothing is being completed. Fear not — this is pretty typical. And, while every project is different, a good portion of renovations have four major phases, what I’m calling the Honeymoon, the Midproject Crisis, the Renewal of Vows and the Happily Ever After. For now, let’s take a closer look at the Honeymoon phase of renovating. After weeks of searching for a remodeler in your area, calling references, checking out their Houzz profile and working toward an agreeable price, you say, “I do,” sign the contract, finalize the design and [...]

2019-10-22T19:35:51+00:00Categories: Renovations|

Dream to Done

Work with pros to make sure your renovation hopes and dollars line up Courtesy of HOUZZ As a client, you may feel like you have little influence over whether your remodeling project stays on budget and hits the finish line on time. But you have more control than you might think. Remember, the scope of your project and the specific materials are up to you. The key to keeping a project on budget and on schedule is nailing down the details before ground breaks. If you’ve never renovated or built a new home, you may not be sure about how the seed of an idea turns into a completed project. Here’s a road map for two early steps: putting together your renovation team and nailing down your project’s cost. Who Will Help You Build Your Vision? Before you meet with a professional, you should know what you want to accomplish. [...]

2019-10-22T19:35:51+00:00Categories: Creative|