Stationary Awning or Retractable Awning?

Check Retractable Awning for Damage Check your awning for signs of damage, such as worn areas or tears. Check the stitching to make sure it has not starting to unravel. If your retractable awning has a valance, make sure it hasn’t started to wear out from exposure to...

New replacement windows can reduce your energy use

Did you know that new replacement windows can help your family reduce their energy consumption and cut costs all year? Heating and cooling are two large costs that homeowners incur in attempt to make their home a comfortable environment for their family. During the...

Planning Your Next Home Improvement Project?

There are many reasons why homeowners get the urge to think about a home improvement project of some sort. It could be to tackle windows or skylights that are not operating properly or leaking, or it could be doors that stick due to warping. Another reason is that you...

Is It Ok To Leave my Awning Up All Winter?

Some may find their awnings useful in the winter, especially in rainy climates. You can use your awning all year long as it is designed to withstand extra weight caused by precipitation and even light snowfall. This applies to fixed retractable awnings with a four...

The Right Replacement Window For You

Pick a Window Style Windows are an exterior product that is great for saving energy. However, they also provide a significant impact on the outward appearance. A top concern from homeowners is the appearance of the window and how it will blend with their exterior. The...

How Do I Protect My Awnings in Colder Months?

It is also recommended to remove your awning valance for the winter. Removing it will help protect it from wind and weather damage. Throughout the winter, you should keep your awning cover and motor clean by clearing off heavy snow and ice buildups. Water from the...