Let's Talk Splashbacks! Comparing the Material Options Available in the Market

Many times, uninformed investors make mistakes building their homes only to learn about them when it is too late. One of these mistakes lies specifically on the kitchen walls. When building, you should consider installing splashbacks on the walls to protect your lovely walls from the build-up of dirt and grime. It is best to incorporate splashbacks at the initial stage of the construction rather than bringing them in as an afterthought. [Read More]

2 Stunning And Creative Ways To Use Glass In Your Home

Glass is an essential material in modern home design and construction. Windows, mirrors and shower screens are the most obvious and common uses for glass in any type of residential construction or renovation projects. However, these functional purposes for glass aren't the only way to make use of glass in your home. Here are two stunning and creative ways to use glass in a contemporary and stylish way in your home. [Read More]

3 Signs the Glass in Your Window is Compromised

You may think that your windows only need to be repaired or replaced if the glass is shattered or cracked. However, this isn't the case. Your windows can suffer types of damage that are not as visible as broken glass but can compromise the ability of the glass to protect your home. Below is a guide to 3 signs that your windows need repair. Increased noise When your windows are operating as they should be, they will block the noise generated by passing traffic, aircraft flying overhead and barking dogs. [Read More]

For an Updated and Modern Look to Your Home, Use Frameless Glass!

Using glass around the home can make the interior look very modern and updated, and keep it bright and inviting rather than dark, dim, and unwelcoming. If you've never considered using glass inside the home for anything other than windows, note where you might add some frameless glass panels, so that your home looks bright, modern, and new. Staircases and balconies To open up a stairwell and keep it from looking dark and overpowering, use frameless glass as both the balusters and balustrades. [Read More]