With colder weather on the horizon, most homeowners are already thinking about winterizing their homes. Beyond putting those old storm windows back in or tacking on temporary plastic film to your windows, two of the most effective ways to better insulate your home are to install new windows, or to put in insulating interior shutters.
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11/7/2017 10:15 am
10/31/2017 9:00 am
Plantation shutters are often sold by the square foot, so to get an approximate measurement for a price estimate, simply measure your window length and width, to the nearest eighth of an inch.
10/23/2017 10:55 am
A lake house is a fantastic place to spend your weekend, a chunk of summer, or any time you can make it with friends or family. The cool surroundings, waterside views, and cozy atmosphere make a lake house an unforgettable place – and you can improve all of those with the right window treatment.
10/9/2017 5:40 am
Repainting your interior shutters should be part of your home maintenance every few years, just like cleaning the gutters or repaving a driveway, right? Well, not necessarily, and we don’t recommend it. Depending on the type of shutters you have in your home, it may be wiser to invest in shutters that will never need to be repainted or refinished.
9/19/2017 10:05 am
Plantation shutters are incredibly durable, but that doesn’t mean they’re invincible. Kids roughhousing indoors, pets, or simple accidents can cause minor damage to small parts of wood shutters and faux wood shutters alike. Luckily, most of them are an easy fix. Follow these steps to fix the most common broken shutter parts.