Care Tips To Get Your Pool Through The Winter

16 December 2014
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When winter sets in and your pool is closed for the winter, you may think that you don't have to worry about it again until the warm weather rolls around. However, that's not necessarily true, and if your ignore your pool all winter long, you may have a lot to worry about come spring. So the best thing you can do for your pool is to do a little bit of off-season care, in order to ensure your pool is ready for your swimming enjoyment once summer makes its grand return. Read More 

4 Questions To Ask Before Designing Your Custom Pool

8 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Getting a custom pool means basically one thing; you are getting a pool designed specifically for your swimming needs. Instead of going with basic one-size-fits-all options, you can get a pool that will match anything from your budget to your guest list size and even your exercise needs. However it is crucial that you carefully consider some factors before signing a contract with a custom pool builder, such as Sunset Pools. Read More 

Common Signs That Your Ductwork May Need To Be Repaired Or Replaced

4 December 2014
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To keep a comfortable temperature in your home all year round, it is very important that your duct work is in good condition. Normally, the duct work will last for many years. However, over time, metal duct work may begin to rust through, and plastic duct work may begin to crack. If you know what signs to look for, you can have your duct work repaired or replaced as soon as possible. Read More 

Insulated Vinyl Siding – Is It Right For Your Home?

4 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Summer cooling bills and winter heating bills can eat up quite a bit of your yearly budget. Taking measures to improve the efficiency of your home may seem expensive, but the dollar spent in improvements will be returned in the energy savings during the years that you own your home. Have you ever considered having insulated vinyl siding installed on your home? What is insulated vinyl siding? Vinyl siding looks a lot like your typical vinyl siding. Read More 

4 Energy-Saving Alternatives To Window Replacement

4 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

You have probably heard a lot about window replacement and how much it can save you on your energy bills, but what if you love your windows? You probably do not want to have them replaced, but you may still be interested in options to help your home save energy. This can be done with various improvements to your home, such as adding window treatments, awnings or even window films. If you want to keep your windows, here are four alternatives to window replacement: Read More