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How to Fit Shutters for Windows

How to Fit Shutters for Windows

You don’t need an expert’s assistance to install your own shutters for windows. The process is fairly simple and only requires a few tools, but there are some basic guidelines to remember when positioning your shutters.

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Choosing Blinds for Your Child’s Room

Choosing Blinds for Your Child’s Room

Children’s rooms need careful consideration when you design them. Not only do need to think about providing a stimulating and interesting environment you also need to consider how to the room safe for you to leave your child alone in it. When decorating my nephew’s room recently we identified three main concerns that we needed to pay attention to.

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Add Value to your Home with Bespoke Wooden shutters

Add Value to your Home with Bespoke Wooden shutters

If you want to make your home more desirable without spending a fortune, here are a few simple ways to enhance your home at speed. Wooden shutters, fresh paint and unique design features are just a few of the things that can make your home stand out from the crowd.

Nowadays, homeowners are investing more time and money into their homes to add value to their property. Spending money on your home with these small home improvements can work in your favour when the time comes to sell your home.

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How To Maintain Your Vertical Blind Slats

How To Maintain Your Vertical Blind Slats

The majority of furnishings in the home will, eventually, become worn and require replacing. Vertical blinds are no exception to this and the slats will need to be replaced from time to time. Luckily, actually replacing these isn’t too complicated, but finding matching slats is a harder task.

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Take The: Do I Need New Windows? Quiz

Take The: Do I Need New Windows? Quiz

If you are thinking about new replacement windows, ask yourself these questions:

  1. Does your home not handle extremes of heat and cold well—does it feel uncomfortably warm in the summer, cold and drafty in the winter?
  2. Is there excessive condensation on the inside of the window panes?
  3. Are your windows drafty, with air leaking through or around the window?
  4. Are your existing windows faded, cracked, or in disrepair?
  5. Are your existing windows difficult to open and close?
  6. Do you spend too much time trying to maintain your old windows?
  7. Is your view blocked by a milky haze between the glass?
  8. Are your energy bills high?
  9. Are you planning to sell your home and want to increase its ‘curb appeal’ and resale value?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you would definitely benefit from new Energy Star windows.