There are a lot of different ways you can make your home stand out and give it curb appeal. Aside from keeping your yard lush and green, the front door of your home can make it more eye catching than all other homes in your neighborhood. You can also replace the doors inside your home to give it a more personalized, custom design inside and out. Here are a few door types you should consider for the interior and exterior of your home.
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
The latest statistics from the FBI shows that, out of the 1.9 million burglaries in the United States back in 2013, 59 percent of these were the result of forced entry. Most surprising is the fact that the majority of these burglaries happened during the daytime.
Clearly, investing more in your home’s security has become increasingly important, since burglaries can happen anytime. Other than an alarm system or a guard dog, having deadbolt locks is one way of preventing burglaries. In fact, a locksmith would tell you, without a deadbolt lock, your home isn’t secure.
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
There was a time when replacing your home’s garage doors wouldn’t be considered a project that could recoup a considerable amount of ROI, especially if you planned on selling your home any time soon. Today, garage door replacement is among the top five projects generating the highest ROI at resale, with Remodeling Magazine’s 2016 Cost vs. Value report estimating you can recoup as much as 91.5 percent of your investment.
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
There are certain factors you need to take into consideration when choosing doors for your home or place of business. If you research well and take all possible factors into consideration beforehand, you won’t regret your choice later on.