Types of Window Screens: Everything You Need to Know Whether you want to reduce the amount of Texas sunlight in your home or are trying to keep fire ants and other regional insects out, there are many types of window screens you can consider for the outside of your home. Window Screens by Material Often,…
When it comes to tiny homes, have you considered selecting patio enclosures, security shutters, insect screens, sun shades, and fashionable retractable awnings for these diminutive homes?
Screens are important in developing countries to help combat insect-borne diseases, but how does that relate to weather in Texas? Find out more.
Exterior solar window screens and shades are a great way to take care of cooling issues. Learn from us what you should look for regarding screens.
Let’s say you’re looking to improve the state of your windows by adding some new blinds or shades. Stylistic and functional choices are going to be important, but you also need to make sure that you are working with the correct dimensions.
Uninterrupted sleep is a key ingredient in good health. The key to good sleep is keeping in a room that is as dark as possible. Unfortunately, poor sleep is a hallmark of a generation where everyone is glued to their smartphones. Fortunately, you can drastically improve the quality of your sleep literally overnight by making your room completely dark. Here are the how’s and why’s of making your room dark.
The weather stays warm to (incredibly) hot for most of the year. But winters in Texas can be erratic, creating incredibly cold days coupled right next to oppressively hot days. With a few simple, affordable modifications, you can have an enclosure made for Texas winters.
If you have glass doors, you need privacy. Security screens are an excellent way to do that, but here are some more ways to guarantee absolute privacy.
It’s difficult for your dog to cool down when it gets hot or overheated. When this happens, these 10 easy ideas can help your dog cool down fast.
Inspect your patio for damage, then stitch awnings & furniture where you can. Also, use soap & water to clean the patio before packing away for the winter.