You might think you know wood—but do you know wood for windows and doors? The same properties that make certain woods ideal for other construction projects might make them a complicated choice for window and door components.
Creative solutions are emerging where the home and well-being converge—in everything from lifestyle to home design to the structure of living environments.
When you initially meet a person, the first impression makes a significant impact on your relationship. The same can be said for a house. When you first look at a home, the impression it gives and the feelings it evokes, especially the entry door, will make a big difference.
Failing windows and doors will not only make your favorite spaces less comfortable, they may also have a negative effect on your health. Here’s how to know when it’s time for replacement.
A Zero Net Energy home is wonderful for the environment, and can save homeowners on utility costs in the long run.
When we talk about the difference between Title 24 and zero net energy, it helps to understand a little about the meaning of both.
Maria Danielides, Principal at Maro Designs, helped shed some light on the current mindset of residential clientele around the San Francisco Bay.
ZNE, or Zero Net Energy, is a construction movement centered around optimizing the efficiency of a home.
Here is a helpful guide about the performance of glass, glass types, and the various glass options.
The use of a large scenic doors is a rising trend. Here’s 5 Essential Tips for Scenic Door Upgrades for architects, builders, engineers, and homeowners.
10 covet-worthy kitchens whose styles differ, but all have one thing in common— Marvin Window views to swoon over!
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