Reasons Your Business Should Have a Ducted Air Conditioner

Posted on: 11 August 2016

If you currently don't have an air conditioner for your business, you are probably deciding which type of A/C is best. There are many options to choose from, from central air conditioners that use ducts, to ductless split air conditioners, and even window units. Here are some reasons to consider using a ducted air conditioner in your commercial building. Ducted Units Also Come With Heat A unique thing about ducted air conditioners that some of the other options don't have is that they automatically come with heat as well. [Read More]

The Differences Between Shutter Features

Posted on: 27 July 2016

Shutters are a good choice for any home, as they provide a great amount of privacy as well as control over the light you'll let into a room, without taking up the same space as billowy drapes. It may also be easier to match shutters to your home's patterned fabric on furniture and other d├ęcor. When you are ready to shop for shutters, note a few differences between their designs and features so you know you get the right style that you'll love for years to come. [Read More]

Tips for Choosing a New Awning System

Posted on: 14 July 2016

A new awning can make any outdoor space more comfortable and more inviting, for home or for a business; if you run a restaurant, an awning outside might allow you to expand your seating area to a patio. A commercial business might find that awnings help to reduce heat that seeps into their building through their oversized windows, saving them money on air conditioning. When you are ready to shop for an awning system, you might be a bit overwhelmed by all your choices, as manufacturers today offer systems beyond the standard fabric or aluminum awning that simply juts out from your building. [Read More]

Make A Utensil Holder From An Upcycled Garden Rake

Posted on: 20 June 2016

A kitchen renovation project can be a costly venture, but you can save yourself some money by upcycling old household items that might otherwise be consigned to the bin as junk.  Here's how to make a useful kitchen utensil holder from an old garden rake in just a few hours. What you'll need old garden rake screwdriver pliers 3 in 1 oil steel wool stiff brush gloves  washing-up liquid primer paint brush spray paint How to do it [Read More]