Home Improvement Blog



Common Replacement Window Myths

Every industry has its myths and misconceptions, and it's no exception for the replacement window industry. Unfortunately, many homeowners in Charlotte are unaware and uneducated when it comes to making sound decisions as they shop for new windows. Some myths have plagued the industry for quite some time, and we're here to set the record straight once and for all. If you're a Charlotte homeowner who can't tell fact from myth when it comes to new home windows, here is everything that you need to know:

When you’re investing in new replacement windows, you’ll want your purchase to last as long as possible. After all, who wants to spend several thousand dollars upgrading their home for their products to fail only several years later? The truth is that replacement windows have varying lifespans. You’ll find some windows only last around 5-7 years, while other windows can last 15 years and even longer. Although nothing lasts forever, it’s helpful to know which windows will last the longest and continue to perform at their best for years to come.

Home Improvement Upgrades

Making home improvements can be a considerable expense, whether you’re replacing windows or adding a new deck. When it comes to value and return on investment, there are some home improvement projects that pay off better than others. If you are concerned about ROI, here are the projects that you should (and shouldn’t) consider for your money.

Window boxes are a great way to spruce up your home in addition to or in place of traditional landscaping. They are easy to maintain and are the perfect solution for apartment dwellers, or in areas where the soil is difficult to work with. Now that the weather is turning cool, here are five ways to give those window boxes a beautiful autumn makeover: