If you are planning on replacing a window, or multiple windows in your home, there are options for you that will make you even more happy you did it.
When you are replacing your home’s windows, you will want to make sure that the replacement windows have a sturdy frame with reinforce corners. You also want to make sure that installer is using flashing instead of caulking to help keep water out.
Look for quality hardware on the new windows and also consider easy to operate sashes. Window construction these days allow you the ability to clean and maintain your windows inside and out by using tilting window sashes.
Remember these simple amenities while upgrading your windows. A lot of people don’t really think about tilting window sashes or between-the-glass blinds when they are shopping for a new window.
Contact Brewer Contracting, before we install your new windows, we will help you pick out the windows that best fit your needs, and also help you decide on some of the additional amenities and options that are available to you so you can take advantage of them.
A New Kitchen Cabinets can give your entire kitchen a new look.
When planning a kitchen remodeling project, you may consider that your appliances don’t need to be replaced because they are already new and functional. Depending on your overall configuration, you may be able to get away with just a new cabinet design with just a few tweeks to your walls and flooring.
Cabinets can be your kitchens first impression. With custom cabinet designed for your new kitchen, you will be able to do more then just chose the colors and appliance locations. You can increase or decrease the amount of space you have in your kitchen.
This is true especially with older designs. More space in the cabinet inside corners and end pieces can offer you more storage space with less kitchen space being used. With more room to maneuver, you may decide on different placement of your appliances or even be able to add additional appliances that you couldn’t fit before.
Contact us for further kitchen ideas, from full kitchen renovations to cabinets and flooring.
When deciding between shower door types on your bathroom remodel, the overall impact of the style and decor of your bathroom can change when you choose a Frameless or Frame shower door.
Traditional framed shower doors relied on metal frames for the structural support of your shower doors. Frameless shower doors will eliminate the metal frames and instead use thicker glass and heavy hardware. It really will depend on the look that you want for your new bathroom.
Frameless Shower Doors
Frameless shower doors rely on heavy-duty glass and special pivots for structural support. Most frameless shower doors will be free of metal around the operable part of the partition, but some may have a metal frame or tracks along other parts like the bottom or edges. Shower doors with metal on any part of the structure can sometimes be called semi-frameless shower doors.
Framed Shower Doors
Framed shower doors usually feature aluminum or composite frames surrounding sheets of tempered or textured glass. The metal on a framed shower surrounds the operable part of the partition and other parts of the enclosure, such as the top, bottom, sides and joints.
No matter if you decide you want a Frameless or Framed Shower door for your bathroom, Brewer Contracting will be able to install your new shower and create a beautiful bathroom for you to enjoy for years to come.
Whether your project is large or small, Commercial or Residential, Brewer Contracting will give it the care and attention it needs.
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