Keep Your Roller Shutters in Great Condition Using Only These 4 Items

Posted on: 20 July 2018
Do you have a food stand, a small theatre or any other space and you are looking for window covers? Are you unsure about installing roller shutters for your window because they seem like hard work to maintain? Worry not because you only need these four items in keeping them as good as new. Water When cleaning your roller shutters, you only need water to do the job. You may choose to add some things such as baking soda or soap depending on the material makeup of the shutters, but the basic cleaning agent is water.
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Common Problems with Double-Glazed Windows and How They Can Be Repaired

Posted on: 14 November 2017
Ensuring indoor comfort is a top priority for people when they are constructing a new home. The kind of home windows installed has a significant effect on the home's indoor comfort. Double-glazed windows are the perfect modern alternative to traditional single-glazed windows because they provide a double layer of protection from solar heat radiation. Single-glazed windows comprise a single pane of glass. Double-glazed windows, on the other hand, are made up of two panes of glass separated by an air-pocket (vacuum) layer, which acts as thermal insulation.
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Window Replacement? Buy Aluminium Sliding Windows

Posted on: 30 August 2016
Instead of replacing your windows with the conventional design that open outward or inward, consider installing aluminium sliding windows. These windows are characterised by two panes of glass: one that is fixed and one that slides to open and close the windows. The movable pane slides on a track that has been installed within aluminium framing. There are a number of ways that aluminium sliding windows can be beneficial to your home.
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Five Tips to Protect Your Awning From Wind

Posted on: 18 July 2016
Awnings can be a great way to create shade over a patio or deck, but if you live in a  windy area, the awning may get damaged from the wind. Wondering how to minimise the potential of damage and its effects? Take a look at these ideas: 1. Don't use temporary canopies. In most cases, temporary canopies are less expensive than permanent awnings, but they are not interchangeable. While temporary canopies work great for a day at the beach, they are not designed to withstand constant wind, and the wind may get underneath them, pick them up, blow them away or damage the telescoping poles.
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