Skylights: Looking At Other Benefits Aside from Energy Savings

Posted on: 26 May 2016
The cost of keeping artificial lighting turned on and that of running air conditioning units often constitutes a significant part of the total electricity bills incurred in modern homes. For that reason, many homeowners are constantly on the lookout for new ways of keeping their energy expenses down. By allowing both natural lighting and ventilation into a home, skylights effectively help to reduce monthly energy expenditures. But the benefits that skylights can bring into your home go far beyond reducing your energy bills alone.
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Window Tinting and Safety: What You Need to Know

Posted on: 23 May 2016
If you like the idea of tinted windows but you want to ensure your car is as safe as possible, there are a few things you need to know about window tinting. Window tinting can increase the safety of your vehicle, but only if it is used correctly and strategically. Here are some tips to help you: 1. Choose the maximum level of tint allowed in your area. In Australia, there are laws regarding how much light must be able to pass through your car windows.
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New Windows | 4 Types Of Steel Window Frames Suited To Your Home's Needs

Posted on: 18 May 2016
If you've decided to install steel windows, then you've made a good choice because steel is a low maintenance, lightweight and flexible material, offering sufficient thermal resistance in your home. Steel is an ideal choice over wood and aluminium in many circumstances, thanks to its aesthetic value and resilient strength in all weather conditions. This guide is created to help you choose between different types of steel window frames for your home's specific needs.
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Selecting the Perfect Glazing for Your Bi-Fold Patio Doors

Posted on: 17 May 2016
If you are thinking about replacing or upgrading your patio doors, you should consider installing a bi-fold door. This is an ideal choice if you want a wide entryway, and it will not take up too much space when open since the panels fold together. In addition, this type of door is normally made using glass between the door frames. Therefore, this choice will create a more open, outdoor-indoor living feeling.
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