Design, whether it’s fashion, interior, architecture or technology, is never constant.Read More
Spring inspires home improvement and renovation projects. With so many ways to improve your home and increase your home’s value, it can be a nail biter finding ways to avoid going over budget.
If only life went perfectly as planned! You start a home improvement project only to find several things along the way that need to be fixed which can exceed your budget with little to show for it.Read More
Building a home isn’t as easy as stacking legos. Professionals have to carefully research and select the appropriate materials and installations that satisfy several Florida regulations, including Florida Building and Energy Codes as well as varying other local requirements.
There is a minimum of two ways to comply with Florida Energy Code, prescriptive and performance.Read More
Increasing your home’s value isn’t as easy as seen on TV or Pinterest posts; it can be an exciting and overwhelming undertaking. There are several factors and a variety of materials and products to select that give you the maximum return on your investment.
There is a fine line between upgrading your installations for increased resale value and investing in upgrades that leave you with little to no lasting ROI.Read More
Energy conscious homeowners understand the value of a low-e glass high-performance windows; however, windows ratings can be a bit challenging to dissect and evaluate how they affect your overall home’s energy performance and how that translates to energy savings.
We’ve created the following cheat sheet to detail what you need to know to help you make the best choice for your home and your needs.Read More
Does Florida energy code actually translate to energy savings in your home? Government regulatory codes are often convoluted with industry specific jargon. It can be challenging to decipher what it all means and if it actually affects your day-to-day energy spend.Read More
With double pane and laminated glass installations, single pane glass windows have become dated, inefficient, archaic, and ultimately obsolete.Read More
Impact windows and doors can greatly reduce your environmental impact while also reducing your energy bills.
Floridians should be selective and shop for windows and doors that meet their home’s design and lifestyle needs and keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter without making your HVAC system go into overdrive.Read More
As business needs, technology and populations continue to grow globally, it can leave you wondering about just how much it’s impacting the environment. Manufacturing methods are shifting toward more responsible practices, including glass manufacturers who are incorporating newer technologies to reduce their environmental impact.Read More