Make Your Home Safe While Getting The Most Out Of What You Pay For.

Make your home safe while getting the most out of what you pay for. We often feel anxiety about our home safety while we are at office, on a business trip or even on a tropical vacation. Knowing that everything is safe back at home brings us peace in mind. Before going to a vacation or to a business trip we always should follow some safety tips, e,g; request someone specially the neighbors to keep an eye on your house, unplugging electronics, ensure security system is working and of course not do a announcement to publicly regarding your vacation.Read More »Make Your Home Safe

Make Your Home Safe

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Window Coverings Are NOT Supposed To Be Dangerous!

However, many Window Coverings are.

Window coverings were primarily designed to be a benefit to a household’s living conditions! They create privacy, block heat, and even are used as an aesthetic addition to the look of one’s home.

So, they were not meant to be a danger to children and pets! Even so, many window treatments were once manufactured to include a cord or chain loop. These materials have become a hazard that can potentially cause a nightmare scenario. Read More »Window Coverings Are NOT Supposed To Be Dangerous!

Window Coverings Are NOT Supposed To Be Dangerous!

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Glass Build 2016 window industry show  – We had a swinging good time at Glass Build 2016!

We made our reservations for most of our staff to attend the Glass Build America industry show.  The show specializes in glass, windows and doors.  All of a sudden there was a heavy workload during our off season.  So, we could only take a few of people for a quick turnaround flight.  We have no complaints about having business growth and It’s all good, bring it on!Read More »Glass Build 2016 window industry show

Glass Build 2016 window industry show

Knock knock burglars – how to prevent home invasion using security screen doors

Knock knock burglars – how to prevent home invasion using security screen doors.  I would like to share an incident that happened to my family about two weeks ago:
My daughter and I were working on the computer in the front living room late at night around 11:30 pm.  Some gang banger knocked on the front door and we did not open the door.  It’s like they want to say knock knock burblar and expecting me to say who’s there.  We have one of those small hinged peep doors. Not knowing who it was, I proceeded to open the small opening to look outside.  Additional knock knock burglar cases posted.  Check it out.Read More »How to prevent home invasion with a security screen door

How to prevent home invasion with a security screen door