The Best Ways to Use Windows for Daylighting Your Home Interior

The Best Ways to Use Windows for Daylighting Your Home Interior

Daylighting is an architectural concept in which natural light is harnessed to brighten the interior of the building. It also takes into consideration interior features such as reflective surfaces, the orientation of your home’s openings—windows, doors and skylights—relative to the sun, and the size of openings themselves. Its primary purpose is to improve visual comfort …

7 Exterior Remodeling Ideas to Increase Your Home’s Curb Appeal

7 Exterior Remodeling Ideas to Increase Your Home’s Curb Appeal

They say you only get one chance to make a first impression. Proper attention to your home’s curb appeal, or its initial value from the street, is a great way to attract potential home buyers. Below, we’ll highlight your favorite exterior remodeling ideas that’ll help your home stand out before anyone even steps foot inside.  …

Signs of Storm Damage to Different Siding Materials

Signs of Storm Damage to Different Siding Materials

Siding occupies the largest portion of the exterior and is one of the most crucial parts of a home or building. It is responsible for protecting the residents and personal belongings from harsh elements, such as heavy rainfall, hailstones, snow, ice and strong winds. There are many siding materials designed to withstand the elements. In …

Natural Elements that Can Harm Your Roofing System

Natural Elements that Can Harm Your Roofing System

While your roof is designed to withstand the weather’s extremes, it can still deteriorate due to the elements. How well you maintain your roof and the environment it is in have huge impacts on its lifespan. If your contractor fails to install it properly, it’s more likely to experience damage due to the elements.

The Best Ways to Use Windows for Daylighting Your Home Interior

The Best Ways to Use Windows for Daylighting Your Home Interior

Daylighting is an architectural concept in which natural light is harnessed to brighten the interior of the building. It also takes into consideration interior features such as reflective surfaces, the orientation of your home’s openings—windows, doors and skylights—relative to the sun, and the size of openings themselves. Its primary purpose is to improve visual comfort …