Home Improvement Blog: A Toolbox of Ideas
The extra space of a patio enclosure sounds like the perfect solution to adding on additional space to your house. What a great space it would be, a wonderful room to enjoy the outdoors while being indoors. A patio enclosure, also called a sunroom, is constructed of three walls and attached to home which creates the fourth wall. Now you wonder if a patio enclosure can actually be put on to your house.
So what is so hard about putting a replacement window into a cut out rectangle of my home? I watched the guy down the street from the window company do it and it looked fairly simple. Empty hole gets filled with a new window, a little caulking and trim and all done! Okay, now for reality to set in. There is more to installing windows that to simply putting the window into the opening.
It has finally been decided to move forward on that home improvement project that has been on the back burner for a while now. No matter if you’re looking for new siding or replacement windows, you need to do some homework of your own before you have contractors to your home to give you an estimate on your project.
When it comes to designing decks, you will want to do some planning and configuring before the actual construction. One of the worst things to discover is that you wished you had thought about or done something different with your deck design after it has been built. So, here are 3 secrets to getting great results from your deck design.
Sunrooms are a great way to expand the living space of your home. They can serve as a multi functioning space for your family. Here’s a sunroom story about the designing and building of a sunroom that needed to be multi-functional and tailored to the family’s needs.
Your entry door creates a statement about your home and is a key element in the overall curb appeal of your home. Along with the choice of materials for your entry door, from wood to fiberglass, there are many more choices in regards to design options. The simple addition of sidelights changes the front door from a narrow entry to a light filled entrance. Add decorative glass to reflect your homes personality and architecture. Let’s explore some of the design options available for your entry door.
Adding a sunroom can be very exciting. You may be adding a sunroom to expand your living space, enjoy the outdoors while remaining indoors or simply because you love the look and feel of a sunroom. While thinking of a sunroom is one thing deciding on all the details of a sunroom is another. Yes, details. There are differences and options to consider for the enjoyment of your sunroom for years to come.