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Home Office Design Solutions

Posted by Keith Milner on Jun 23, 2017 9:15:06 AM

Working from home is often the dream. An elusive goal to be thought about while sitting on the train or stuck in traffic amidst a sea of brake lights. But, if the opportunity presented itself, would you be ready?

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Topics: Home Design

Innovative Ways to Use Glass in Your Home

Posted by Robert McQueen on Jun 20, 2017 8:00:32 AM

It seems that our ancestors were making use of glass for ages, probably even as hunter-gatherers. Historians inform us that a natural form of glass called obsidian forms in the mouth of a volcano. It is the result of the intense heat of an eruption of melting sand.

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Topics: Home Design

How to Convert a Window into a Door

Posted by Zachary LeBlanc on Jun 15, 2017 9:59:12 AM

Let’s say you’re about to start a new project where you need to install a door, but there’s a window in the way. Or you have an amazing view, but see only a few feet of it. In some cases, it may just make sense to convert the frame of the window into a doorframe.

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Topics: Education

How to Create a Homey Feeling in a Room

Posted by Zachary LeBlanc on Jun 13, 2017 11:00:00 AM
Being able to decorate your home to give off that “homey” vibe is not a matter of the size of your home. Decorating your home to give off a certain vibe is all about creativity, and the function that the room is going to be used for. 
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Topics: Home Design

How to Use Sliding Glass Walls in Your Home

Posted by Robert McQueen on Jun 8, 2017 2:00:16 PM

If you are planning to remodel your living space, imagine being able to create a seamless merging of the indoor to outdoor areas. Sliding glass walls offer the ideal solution for opening, and connecting the interiors of your home to the great outdoors beyond.

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Topics: Frameless Glass Walls

Integrating Nature Into Your Home Design

Posted by Zachary LeBlanc on Jun 6, 2017 12:00:00 PM

The planet is so versatile and has so many beautiful qualities that we can all appreciate, that it’s only natural for some of us to try and emulate that detail in the design of our home. 

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Topics: Home Design

How UV Radiations Affect You Indoors

Posted by Richard Farrell on Jun 1, 2017 3:00:00 PM

When the weather forecast warns us of high UV levels, we keep the kids indoors, and do our best to keep them happily occupied. On winter days, the sun streams in at a lower elevation and cheers us up. But should it really?

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Topics: About Glass

Differences Between Architect, Designer and Contractor

Posted by Zachary LeBlanc on May 30, 2017 2:00:00 PM

If you have a big renovation project coming up, you may have considered hiring an architect, a designer or a contractor. But, are you sure you know which one you need? As a matter of fact, a lot of their skills and services can overlap with one another.

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Topics: Home Design

Optimizing Spatial Design in Small Spaces

Posted by Zachary LeBlanc on May 25, 2017 9:30:01 AM

People, now more than ever, are flocking to urban areas in the hopes of finding new job opportunities and more exciting lifestyles. And though you may be looking to move to a big city, chances are that you will not be moving into a very large living area.

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Topics: Home Design

How to Stay Cool in the Southern California Heat

Posted by Robert McQueen on May 23, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Those gorgeous hot summer days are beginning to roll through Southern California, and we all want to make the most of them, be it indoors or outdoors. We need to keep our cool when the sun seems turned to maximum, and our body temperature reminds us that we are not designed for long periods of excessive heat, or cold for that matter. 

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Topics: Home Design

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Enjoy beautiful uninterrupted views with our superior Frameless Glass Sliding Doors that offer you and your home quality protection and security.  

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  • Added home value
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  • Seamless transitions
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