Boost Curb Appeal in the Housing Market With New Windows

Did you know that according to the Ottawa Real Estate Board more homes were sold during the first 11 months of 2016 than for the entire year of 2015? From January through November 2016, a total of 14,825 homes in Ottawa and the surrounding communities went to new owners. That compares to 14.658 properties sold ...

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Which Doors Should You Be Looking to Replace This Spring?

Spring is the time to clear out the closets, clean the carpeting, and think about any other home improvement projects that need attention before summer arrives. One of the tasks that is under consideration is doing something with the doors. Which doors should be replaced and why? Here are some ideas that will provide you ...

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Decorative Glass Doors Becoming a Hot Trend in Ottawa

One look through home design magazines in Ottawa is all it takes to realize glass doors are more popular than ever. From graceful glass doors for the front entry to a set of French doors leading to a patio, there are all sorts of ways to add a touch of style to the glass. Here ...

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Vinyl is the Answer to Your Bow Window Needs!
The time has come to invest in a new front door, but you are not sure going with another wooden door is the best idea. As it happens, you are correct. There are other door options that you should consider carefully. One of the smartest things you could do is consider the merits of Ottawa doors constructed with fibreglass. Here are some of the advantages that you will enjoy.
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3 Reasons You Should Choose Fibreglass for Your Home’s Entry Doors

One look is all it takes to realize the front and back doors need to be replaced. No amount of work is going to make them look new again, and the poor condition leaves the home somewhat vulnerable to intruders. As you consider different options for replacement, it makes sense to consider what fibreglass entry doors have to offer. Here are three reasons why a door of this type would be ideal for your home.

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