Five Ideas to Consider When Choosing a Splash Back for a Tiny Home

Posted on: 11 August 2016
When you are building and designing a tiny house, every decision needs to be taken seriously. As your home only has a small amount of space and items, each one is likely to be noticed by guests and you, over and over again. This includes your splash back. Here are some tips to keep in mind when choosing your splash back: 1. Look into printed splash backs. With a tiny home, you have limited space to add art to the walls, and if you want to increase the number of photographs or designs on the walls, you may want to consider a printed splash back.
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Choosing The Right Glass For Your Window

Posted on: 5 July 2016
Replacing a window can be a tricky task because of all of the different types of frame and glass that are now available. People tend not to use cheap wooden frames and single pane glass, as this is not energy efficient and can lose you money over time due to poor insulation. Here is a list of 3 different glass choices to help you to make an informed decision about what is best for you, your family or your business.
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Two Tips To Remember Before Renovating Antique Windows

Posted on: 25 January 2016
In the age of the throwaway society, there is something very special about renovating things that are old. Not only are you not sending more trash to the local landfill, but you are saving antique items that have a uniqueness about them. Antique windows are special because they were often made by hand, and the colours used in them are not often seen in home windows anymore. However, this uniqueness does mean that if you break an antique window during the renovation, you are going to have a difficult time replacing it with a similar one.
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Choosing Energy Efficient Window Glazing for Your Home

Posted on: 16 December 2015
Window glazing plays a crucial role in ensuring that you are comfortable during all seasons of the year from spring to winter. During winter, the thermal insulation of window glazing helps in keeping heat in, while during summer the reverse happens and the heat is kept out, thus giving you a cool indoor environment. Windows consist of framing and glazing, both components contributing to its overall performance, which is technically known as the U-value.
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