Monday, December 30, 2013

Happy New Year!

 “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – C.S. Lewis

Monday, December 9, 2013

What color you choose for your windows say about your personality.

Our homes sometimes are the key to our personalities.  Picking colors for your home can represent they type of personality that you may be.  Find out what your color choice may say about you.

You like to be logical and like organization.  White is a symbol for purity and simplicity.  Your home and home life may not have a great deal of clutter.

Artistic and like to give the appearance of mystery.  Like to be dignified with out being to flashy. Your home is and home life you do not like to share easily with others.

Love life and live it to the fullest. Red is the color of strength, health , and vitality.  Quick to judge others, and want everything out of life.  You can be optimistic and do not do well with monotony. Your home and home life is open with a zest for life.

Harmony and reliability are in your nature. Caring ,compassionate, and patient. Your home and home life are faithful, charming, clean and tidy.  

Green is a symbol for hope and peace.  You tend to be frank, social able, and worry about what others think of you.  Your home and home life is modest, refined, and always try to keep up with your next door neighbors.

Your a great friend and patience.  You love with all your heart and are reliable and dependable.  You home and home life are not flashy and but stable, always have a open door for family and friends.

The color of compromise. You love to work with out reward and have great business sense.  Your home and home life are stable but do not share to much, but withdrawal within yourself.

Your colorful and have a great imagination. Good in business and have a great sense of humor.  Your home and home life is adventurous, open, and every detail has been selected with a meaning or story to your life.

DIY Ceiling for your basement

  • The Styleline Zip-Up System Is a great way to update the look to your basement ceiling.  The System is easy to install and easy to clean.  It is made of Poly(vinyl chloride), commonly abbreviated PVC,  It has panels that interlock with rails that attach to the ceiling. No glue needed. It sits higher that a drop ceiling giving you more head room on your basement ceiling.  Easy access to Plumbing and wiring with the pull "zip" panels. They are water and moisture resistant that will not mildew.  It cleans with a damp cloth and has a fire rating of Class-A.
  •  The Zip-Up UnderDeck System is the best way to finish off your under deck living space.  Installation is simple with only a few common tools and only has five components. This is a water tight system that effectively channels water to a gutter system and provides a flat, clean finish under the deck.  No other system offers this much functionality and beauty at such an affordable price.

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Monday, December 2, 2013

Building Your Own Sunroom. Are you ready to DIY?

DIY is trending in the home improvement industry. Television and the Internet instructs us how easy home improvement can be.  It is really so simple?  Can DIY really save you money?  These are some good questions you should be asking yourself when you take on your home improvement projects.  Investing in your home improvement is a important decision that can be rewarding or a money pit if you are not prepared or have the proper skills to do it yourself.

Here is a couple of quick questions you should ask yourself to see if you are ready to tackle a big project as home improvement.

1. Are you a hard worker that is patient and enjoys physical labor?

2. Do you have the skills and tools to complete the project?

3. Are you familiar with the city codes and building permits that are required?

4. Will you be able to get all the materials you need?  If not will your supplier deliver?

5. How long will your project take to complete?  Do you have the spare time?

6. What happens if you have a mistake, do you have the extra funds to get it fixed?

If you could answer "yes" to all these questions, you might be ready to take on you home improvement project. If  "no" was your more common answer you should consider hiring a contractor.

You have looked at your home improvement project and decided it is time to hire a contractor.  Hiring the right contractor for you can save you money, time and stress. Here is some crucial questions to ask a contractor before you hire them for your home project.

1. Do they have creditable references?

2. How long have they been in business?

3. Do they pictures of the work they have completed?

4. Do they have the proper licences for their business?

5. Will they give you a written agreement outlining what work will be done?

6. Will they give you an exact price or just an estimate?

7. Will they take care of the permits and inspections?

8. Is the work they do guaranteed?

Weather you decide do it yourself or hire a contractor, do your homework.  Be prepared, do a budget, and know the project you are going to tackle.

Here at Styleline we offer a DIY window the Styleline Riviera V4 Panel Sliding Window.  Visit our page to learn more at and Kaufmann Window and Doors.  Quotes are free and if living in the Midwest let us help you find a dealer near you. 1-888-323-0594. #DIY